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When the molded part begins to cool outside the mold, both the matrix and the dispersed thermoplastic phase shrink. However, since the glass transition temperature of the cured polyester resin is higher than that of the thermoplastic additive, the thermal contraction rate of the cured matrix is much less than that of the thermoplastic phase. The diﬀerence between the two shrinkage rates causes void and microcrack formation at the interface of the two phases, which, in turn, compensates for the thermal shrinkage of the cured matrix.
SMC-CR, in which C represents continuous parallel ﬁbers on one side of the sheet and R represents randomly oriented short ﬁbers on the other side of the same sheet. 3. XMC, in which X represents criss-crossed continuous ﬁbers in the sheet. In both SMC-R and SMC-CR, the ﬁber content is shown by the weight percent at the end of each letter designation. For example, SMC-R40 contains 40 wt% of randomly oriented short ﬁbers; SMC-C30R10 contains 30 wt% of continuous parallel ﬁbers and 10 wt% of randomly oriented short ﬁbers.
Tensile drawing, die drawing, or hydrostatic extrusion can be used to obtain a high modulus. 97, which is lower than that of water. Its strength and modulus are slightly lower than those of aramid ﬁbers but the speciﬁc property values based on a unit weight are about 30% to 40% higher than those of aramid. 15 Molecular structures of several polymers: (a) Nylon; (b) aramid; (c) polyethylene. 150 C) applications. High-modulus polyethylene ﬁbers, such as SpectraÕ or DyneemaÕ , are hard to bond with any polymeric matrix.
Aeroelasticity of Plates and Shells (Mechanics: Dynamical Systems) by E.H. Dowell