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Title: EFFECT OF PUNCHING DENSITY ON THE MECHANICAL AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF NEEDLE-PUNCHED NONWOVEN CARBON/PHENOLIC COMPOSITES
Page Range: p.521-530
Author(s): Kang T J; Jung K H; Park J K; Youn J R; Lee S G
File size: 173K
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Journal: Polymers and Polymer Composites
Issue Year: ppc
Volume: 10
Issue No: No. 7

Abstract
The punching density, penetration depth, shape of needle and speed of needling are amongst some of the factors affecting the mechanical properties of needle-punched 3-D preforms. This work reports a study of the mechanical properties of needle-punched non-woven carbon/phenolic composites with different punching densities, and the effect of changes in fibre orientation due to needle punching on the thermal properties of non-woven carbon/phenolic composites.



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