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Investigation of Short Hybrid FRC by using Tensile and Wear Test

Author(s):

Dileepan.N , GNANAMANI COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ; Rajadurai.B, GNANAMANI COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ; Ramamoorthi.J, GNANAMANI COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ; Ravichandran.T, GNANAMANI COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ; Sakthi.M, GNANAMANI COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

Keywords:

Hybrid Composites, Mechanical and Tribological Properties, Epoxy, Hand Layup

Abstract

In the modern era of metal-free minimally-invasive dentistry, there is a growing tendency toward using metal-free restorative alternatives that provide not only excellent aesthetics but also enable superior durability. Fiber-reinforced composite (FRC) is one cost-effective alternative that fulfills the requirements of aesthetics and durability. With advancements in the methods of research, the branch of Material science has seen its extremes but there are some areas upon which much attention should be focused. One such area is the natural composites. “Evaluation of Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Composite Materials” advance mechanical properties of composite material and making a new composite material with the help of preparation of specimen and performs various tests. Composite material are used in various place due to their light weight such as aerospace, automotive, smart material and chemical industries. This project works represent the results of mechanical and tribological test of composite. The large family of epoxy resins represents some of the highest performance resins of those available at this time. Epoxies generally out-perform most other resin types in terms of mechanical properties and resistance to environmental degradation, which leads to their almost exclusive use in aircraft components. Hand lay-up is the most common and least expensive open-molding method because it requires the least amount of equipment. Fiber reinforcements are placed by hand in a mold and resin is applied with a brush or roller. This process is used to make both large and small items, including boats, storage tanks, tubs and showers.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV7I20079
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2019
Page(s): 46-50

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