Assessment of flexural and wear properties of carbon/glass fiber hybrid composite

The results revealed that the flexural stress and modulus of hybrid S composite increased by 48% and 76% respectively compared to plain glass fiber reinforced polymer composite

Dipak Kumar Jesthi; Smaranika Nayak; Subhrajyoti Saroj

2021

Scholarcy highlights

  • The weakness of individual fibers can be overcome by hybridization leading to improvement of mechanical and tribological properties
  • The results revealed that the flexural stress and modulus of hybridS composite increased by 48% and 76% respectively compared to plain glass fiber reinforced polymer composite
  • The least specific wear rate predicted for the hybridS is 16.3209 × 10−3 mm3/Nm at 1100 m and 33.15 N
  • The hybrid composite creates opportunity to be used in different applications

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