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Interfaces in Particle and Fibre Reinforced Composites From macro to nanoscale

by Kheng Lim (Newcastle University, Singapore) Goh

Part of the Woodhead Publishing Series in Composites Science and Engineering Series

Interfaces in Particle and Fibre Reinforced Composites From macro to nanoscale Synopsis

Interfaces in Particle and Fibre-Reinforced Composites: From Macro to Nano Scales addresses recent research findings on the particle-matrix interface at different length scales. The book's main focus is on the reinforcement of materials by particles that can result in a composite material of high stiffness and strength, but it also focuses on how the particle interacts with the (matrix) material, which may be a polymer, biological-based material, ceramic or conventional metal. The different types of particle reinforced composites are discussed, as is load transfer at the particle-matrix interface. Readers will learn how to select materials and about particle structure. Significant progress has been made in applying these approaches, thus making this book a timely piece on recent research findings on the particle-matrix interface at different length scales.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780081026656
Publication date: 1st November 2019
Author: Kheng Lim (Newcastle University, Singapore) Goh
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing Ltd an imprint of Elsevier Science & Technology
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 510 pages
Categories: Materials science,

About Kheng Lim (Newcastle University, Singapore) Goh

Dr Kheng Lim Goh is based at Newcastle University Singapore, where he teaches mechanical engineering to undergraduates. His research aims to understand the physical properties of natural and synthetic materials and to use this knowledge to design composite materials for biomedical engineering applications. Dr Goh holds a B.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc. (Medical Physics) and a Ph.D. degree (Bioengineering). He is a member of the Institute of Physics (IOP) and Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). He is a Chartered Physicist (CPhys) and Engineer (CEng). Dr Goh also publishes regularly in international refereed journals, mainly in the area of fibre ...

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