Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Characterizations of Some Composite Materials

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Academic Editor

Hosam Saleh
Hosam Saleh

Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority,
Egypt

Co-editor

Martin Koller
Martin Koller

University of Graz,
Austria

Published16 January 2019

Doi10.5772/intechopen.73357

ISBN978-1-78984-912-7

Print ISBN978-1-78984-911-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83881-734-3

Copyright year2019

Number of pages164

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Introductory Chapter: Background on Composite Materials

By Mohamed M. Dawoud and Hosam M. Saleh

2,693
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2. Atomic Force and Electron Scanning Microscopy of Silicone Composites

By Hammat H. Valiev, Alexander N. Vlasov, Vyacheslav V. Vorobyev, Yuliya N. Karnet, Yury V. Kornev and Oleg B. Yumaschev

1,253
3. Out of Autoclave Metal and FRP Composites Thermo-Hydroforming

By Bo C. Jin, Xiaochen Li, Karl Neidert and Michael Ellis

1,119
1
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6. Nanocomposite Polyimide Materials

By Anton Yegorov, Marina Bogdanovskaya, Vitaly Ivanov, Olga Kosova, Kseniia Tcarkova, Vasily Retivov and Olga Zhdanovich

1,366
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8. Biocomposites from Colombian Sugarcane Bagasse with Polypropylene: Mechanical, Thermal and Viscoelastic Properties

By Miguel Ángel Hidalgo-Salazar, Fernando Luna-Vera and Juan Pablo Correa-Aguirre

1,602
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