Authors : An Experimental Investigation on Flexural and Tensile Strength Behaviour of Hybrid Polymer Composite Materials (Carbon Fibre- Particulate Graphite - E- Glass Fibre) by Varying its Thickness with Epoxy Resin 5052
Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 6 - June
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The Hybrid composite Materials have extensive engineering application where strength to weight ratio, low cost and ease of fabrication are required. Hybrid composites materials provide combination of properties such as tensile strength, compressive strength and impact strength which cannot be realized in composite materials. In recent times hybrid composites have been established as highly efficient, high performance structural materials and their use is increasing very rapidly. Different types of Hybrid composite fibres are used with the combined properties when longitudinal and lateral mechanical performances are required.
This paper presents a review of the mechanical properties of a hybrid composite [carbon fibre (36%) – Epoxy resins LY 5052(29%)-E glass fiber (29%) –Graphite particulate (3.5%)].
Keywords : E-Glass- Carbon- Graphite Composite, Optimization of Thickness of Composite, Strength, Stiffness, Tensile Modulus.