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The change in the elasticity coefficient for particulate composites with volume fraction change [5].

The change in the elasticity coefficient for particulate composites with volume fraction change [5].

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Phenol-formaldehyde resin was mixed with epoxy resin in different proportions to form a hybrid mixture of composite materials. It was reinforced with carbon fibers, glass fibers, Kevlar fibers, magnesium oxide and zirconia nanoparticle particles. This research investigates the effect of fibers and nanoparticles on the behavior of hybrid composites,...

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... fillers are used to change the thermal, electrical and mechanical properties of the matrix. The coefficients of particulate composites near the minimum values of composites reinforced with fibers are shown in Figure 2. Sand mixed with polymer is much cheaper compared to well-arranged glass fibers in the same polymer. ...

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