Long Carbon Fiber composites PPS
Interfacial micromechanical performance of carbon fiber (CF) reinforced polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) composite was studied by the microbond test. A novel homemade apparatus which is operated simply was employed and a different microsample preparation method was introduced. Comparative tests at various loading speeds were made to investigate the influence of testing rate on the interfacial shear strength of CF/PPS micro-composite. It was found that the interfacial shear strength increased with increasing fiber embedded length at speeds below 0.02 mm/s and above 0.04 mm/s, but it was constant between 0.02 and 0.04 mm/s. It is recommended to perform the microbond test in the test rate range of 0.02–0.04 mm/s, where the interfacial shear strength does not change with the embedded length and no significant deviations are observed, thus could better reflect the true interface strength of the composite.
LFT-PA6 LFT-TPU LFT-PP LFT-PPS
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