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A Review on Mechanical Behavior of FRP Composites at Different Loading Speeds. Prof. B.C. Ray and Dinesh Rathore, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

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iber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites are increasingly becoming suitable and durable materials in the repair and replacement of traditional metallic materials. The built-in promise of performance assurance and retention of structural integrity in harsh and hostile environments of these materials certainly offers
an alternative and attractive avenue for a wider range application to explore its potential to the zenith. The toughest challenge faced by the material scientists is to assess and ascertain its behavioural log in a range of loading rates. The heterogeneity and responses of multiple distinct phases to varying loading conditions are most often complex and far away from comprehensive conclusion. More in Journal: Critical Reviews in Solid State and Material Science, DOI: 10.1080/10408436.2014.940443 (List of Research)

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