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Modeling the rheological properties of highly nano-filled polymers
(SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017)
Organic and inorganic materials are usually added to polymers in order to achieve some benefits such as reducing the product cost, as well as achieving higher modulus and strength. Addition of these materials would change ...
A study on curing processes and environmental effects for rapid composite repair
This article focuses on scarf joint comprised of vacuum-precured, vacuum-cocured, autoclave-procured, and autoclave-cocured composite patches bonded to autoclave- and vacuum-precured parent laminates. Autoclave- and ...
Concurrent consideration of product design, process planning and production planning activities
In manufacturing engineering, product design, process planning and production planning activities are often considered independently. However, in order to effectively respond to changes in business situations, such as ...