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In Carbon Fiber Composites, the reader is brought to quite a lot of carbon fiber composites, together with polymer-matrix, steel matrix, carbon-matrix, ceramic-matrix and hybrid composites. the topic is tested in an educational model, in order that no past wisdom of the sphere is needed. unlike different books on composites, this publication emphasizes fabrics instead of mechanics, because the prominence of composite fabrics has resulted from their elevated presence in purposes except constitution. offers up to date details at the complete spectrum of carbon fiber composites. Emphasizes processing because the origin of composite fabrics improvement. Addresses the processing, houses and purposes of every kind of materialsystematically.

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