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000087800 245__ $$aCompression moulding of glass and polypropylene composites for optimised macro- and micro- mechanical properties II. glass-mat-reinforced thermoplastics
000087800 260__ $$c1999
000087800 269__ $$a1999
000087800 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000087800 520__ $$aProcessing of glass-mat thermoplastics (GMTs) by hot-Pow compression moulding represents a complex physical process with non-isothermal and non-Newtonian conditions. To increase the understanding of process and property interactions, a series of statistically designed experiments have been conducted on Pat plaques. Processing variables were ranked in order of importance for increased laminate properties. Processing models were generated using regression techniques describing the e€ect of processing variables on void content measured from the microstructure and laminate mechanical properties. Time at pressure had the greatest e€ect on strength and moduli.
000087800 6531_ $$aA. polymer-matrix composites (PMCs)
000087800 6531_ $$aB.porosity
000087800 6531_ $$aB. strength
000087800 6531_ $$aB. statistics
000087800 6531_ $$acompression moulding
000087800 700__ $$aWakeman, M. D.
000087800 700__ $$aCain, T. A.
000087800 700__ $$aRudd, C. D.
000087800 700__ $$aBrooks, R.
000087800 700__ $$aLong, A. C.
000087800 773__ $$j59$$k5$$q709-726$$tComposites Science and Technology
000087800 8564_ $$uhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02663538$$zURL
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