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The Tribological Aspects of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastics.
Rept. for 16 Aug 68-30 Oct 69,
DIRECTORATE OF MATERIALS AVIATION LONDON (ENGLAND)
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The purpose of this program was to formulate and mold carbon fiber filled plastic materials with a view to producing sound, consistent moldings with a combination of excellent sliding wear resistance, and useful strength characteristics. A series of molding compositions based on thermoplastic and thermosetting resins have been prepared by a variety of mixing techniques and these have been molded on conventional injection molding and compression molding machinery. Guide lines have been established and recommendations are made with regard to the techniques that could be used for the large scale preparation of these molding materials. Author, modified-PL
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