Experimental study on mechanical properties for a three-phase polymer composite reinforced by glass fibers and titanium oxide particles

Nguyen Dinh Duc, Dinh Khac Minh


Nowadays, composite materials are applied in many fields. The physico-mechanical properties of the material can be improved by adding reinforced fibers and particles. Many scientists pay attention to the calculation for elastic modules of three-phase composite materials. This report presents the experimental results for some elastic modules of three-phase polymer composite reinforced with glass fibers and titanium oxide particles of different volume ratios. A comparison between experimental and theoretical results shows good agreement.


three-phase composite (polyester, glass fiber, titanium oxide); elastic modulus; experimental

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7136/33/2/42 Display counter: Abstract : 170 views. PDF : 77 views.


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