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2019/2020

Chemical and physical properties of composites

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2321082 Z,ZK 4 2P+2C Czech
Lecturer:
Petr Špatenka (guarantor), Zdeňka Jeníková, Taťana Vacková
Tutor:
Zdeňka Jeníková, Taťana Vacková
Supervisor:
Department of Materials Engineering
Synopsis:

Composites are composed of several sorts of different materials. Composites are specific due to the presence of arbitrarily or geometrically distributed particles, which play a strengthening role. Corresponding experimental and calculation modelling will verify the use of composites as materials predetermined for highly loaded parts. Due to their character composites still belong to advanced materials use in practical applications. The composite is composed of several kinds of materials. It is specific in that the matrix is in a random or geometrically arranged pattern of particles that have a firming function. Composite materials are materials made according to the desired properties. The course enumerates the properties of composite components and their interaction. It follows the course Chemical and physical properties of polymeric materials.

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Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction, history, definition of composite, division

2. Fiber Composites

3. Synthetic and natural fibers for composites

4. Particle composites

5. Materials for fiber and particle components

6. Matrix for reactive resin composites

7. Matrix for thermoplastic composites

8. Joining the matrix

9. Fracture behavior of composite materials

10. Material Characteristics of Composites

11. Testing of composite materials

12. Chemical resistance and corrosion

13. Abrasive and erosive wear

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