Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Composite and Nanocomposite Materials

From Knowledge to Industrial Applications

Edited by Tri-Dung Ngo

InnoTech Alberta, University of Alberta

Among the modern materials, the composites have a few decades of history. However, there has been a tremendous advancement of this class of material in science and technology. During recent decades, composite materials have steadily gained ground in nearly all sectors. The composite materials have been used in various industrial applications such as buildings and constructions, aerospace, automotive and sports equipment, consumer products etc. Nanotechnology is rapidly evolving, and science, engineering, and technology have merged to bring nanoscale materials that much closer to reality. It is one of the fastest growing areas for research. Nanocomposite materials are helping improve products that we use every day and creating new, exciting products for the future. Composites and nanocomposites composed of reinforcements, nano-reinforcements, and matrices are well-known engineering materials. Keeping in mind the advantages of composite and nanocomposite materials, this book covers fundamental effects, product development, properties, and applications of the materials including material chemistry, designing, and manufacturing. The book also summarizes the recent developments made in the area of advanced composite and nanocomposite materials. A number of critical issues and suggestions for future work are discussed, underscoring the roles of researchers for the efficient development of composites and nanocomposites through value additions to enhance their use.

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Composite and Nanocomposite MaterialsFrom Knowledge to Industrial ApplicationsEdited by Tri-Dung Ngo

Published: July 15th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.80186

ISBN: 978-1-78985-461-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-390-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78985-462-6

Copyright year: 2020

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1383 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introduction to Composite Materials

By Tri-Dung Ngo

330

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2. Introduction of Natural Fiber Composite Using in Paperboard Industry

By N. Venkatachalam

122

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3. Advanced Treatments of Aramid Fibers for Composite Laminates

By Mikko Kanerva

100

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4. Vapor-Grown Carbon Fiber Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

By J. Manivannan, S. Kalaiselvan and R. Padmavathi

60

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5. Fiber Composites Made of Low-Dimensional Carbon Materials

By Yan Xu and Xian Zhang

86

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6. Reinforce Fabricated Nano-Composite Matrixes for Modernization of S & T in New Millennium

By Rajendra Sukhadeorao Dongre

58

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7. Composite Nanofibers: Recent Progress in Adsorptive Removal and Photocatalytic Degradation of Dyes

By Duy-Nam Phan and Ick-Soo Kim

122

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8. Nanosilica Composite for Greenhouse Application

By Malek Alghdeir, Khaled Mayya and Mohamed Dib

65

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9. Damage Identification and Assessment Using Lamb Wave Propagation Parameters and Material Damping in FRP Composite Laminates

By Beera Satish Ben and Beera Avinash Ben

205

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10. Strength Improvement and Stress Analysis of E-Glass Laminated Plates with Circular Notches Using Digital Image Correlation

By Abdelhak Khechai, Preetamkumar Marutrao Mohite, Abdelouahab Tati and Mohamed-Ouejdi Belarbi

120

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11. Strength Analysis and Variation of Elastic Properties in Plantain Fiber/Polyester Composites for Structural Applications

By Christian Emeka Okafor and Christopher Chukwutoo Ihueze

52

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12. Surface Measurement and Evaluation of Fiber Woven Composites

By Bin Lin, Haoji Wang and Jinhua Wei

68

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