Editors: C. Samson Jerold Samuel, M. Suresh, S. Gnanasekaran

Functional Composite Materials: Manufacturing Technology and Experimental Application

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Library License: US $236
ISBN: 978-981-5039-90-0 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-5039-89-4 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2022
DOI: 10.2174/97898150398941220101


This book highlights the advancements in the manufacture and testing of functional composites, metal matrix composites and polymer matrix composites. Chapters provide information about machinability studies of metals and composites using a variety of analytical techniques. The 12 book chapters also highlight updates in manufacturing technologies like CNC turning processes, electrical discharge machining, end milling, abrasive jet machining, electro chemical machining, additive manufacturing, and resistance spot welding. Readers will learn how to solve applied problems in industrial processing and applications.

The book is of significant interest to industrialists working on the basic and experimental parameters for fabricating functional composites and manufacturing technology. Because of the multidisciplinary nature of the presented topics, the information presented in the book is of value to a broad audience involved in research, including materials scientists, chemists, physicists, manufacturing and chemical engineers and processing specialists who are involved and interested in the frontiers of composite materials.


The book Functional Composite Materials: Manufacturing Technology and Experimental Applications presents research work on polymer matrix composites, metal matrix composites, metal and composite machinability studies, and resistance spot welding of the sheets.

This volume contains significant original and theoretical experimental results that make use of problem-solving technologies that are often unfamiliar to the general reader. This book's review and research papers present novel applications of experimental techniques and analyses of functional composite materials, indicating the need for novel analytical techniques.

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