Effect of fiber morphology on composite properties
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The strength of the composite cylinder was found to depend on uÌ ber morphology. The size of the transversely isotropic core within the uÌ ber also affected the strength. The strength of the uÌ ber increased with increasing transversely isotropic core size in some instances. In general, for axiai loading failure is expected to be caused by fiber breakage. For radial, axiai shear, and thermal loading the failure mode is uÌ ber splitting.
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