Microcracking Stress and Transverse Properties of Hybrid Ceramic Matrix Composites
Hybrid ceramic matrix composites (HCMC) are composites consisting of aligned fibers reinforcing a ceramic matrix which has been intermixed with fine whiskers. The microcracking stress and transverse properties of HCMCs fabricated by tape casting and filament winding were studied by three point bend tests.
L. R. Dharani et al., "Microcracking Stress and Transverse Properties of Hybrid Ceramic Matrix Composites," Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, American Ceramic Society, Jan 1994.
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Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings (1994, Cocoa Beach, FL, USA)
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