MARINA BUNEA, RADU BOSOANCA, ADRIAN COJAN, IULIAN GABRIEL BIRSAN THERMOMECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF FABRIC REINFORCED LAMINATES WITH FILLED STRATIFIED EPOXY MATRIX The thermal coefficient of linear expansion, the electrical conductivity and dielectric permittivity of fabric reinforced hybrid composites with filled stratified epoxy matrix were investigated. The measurements of electrical conductivity and dielectric permittivity had been performed, using standard method regarding electrical resistance and electrical capacity. In order to point out the effect of filler and of the spatial distribution of reinforcement layers, the medial layer of fabric was especially prepared by introducing copper wires in the woven. So, the medial layer is made of different types of tows (carbon, aramid, glass). This attempt is made in order to design a composite able to provide information about its state during various loading. The results showed that the fillers did not improve the electrical parameters of epoxy matrix, but they led to reduce the thermal coefficient of linear expansion. The thermal and electrical behavior of hybrid composites varied in dependence of number of carbon layers and fiber orientation.