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Kunststoffe international 2019/04

Direction-Dependent Characteristics

Unidirectional Plates for Preparing Highly Oriented Test Specimens

Direction-Dependent Characteristics

The anisotropic properties of short fiber-reinforced materials make it difficult to construct a reliable theoretical material description and so complicate component design. An optimized injection molding tool now enables highly oriented test specimens to be produced. In this way, the necessary fiber orientation-dependent parameters for a reliable material description can be determined.

Tamara van Roo, M.Eng.,; Felix Dillenberger, M.Sc.,

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