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Materiale Plastice
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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2015, Volume 52, Issue 3,





Petru CARDEI, Natalia POPA, Gheorghe VOICU, Viorel-Stefan MINCIUNA, Sanda-Maria DONCEA, Ion DURBACA, Mirela DINCA, Adrian-Costin DURBACA Aspects Regarding the Optimal Control of Specific Mechanical Properties of Composite Materials Having the Polymeric or Elastomeric Matrix Reinforced with Protein Fibers


Abstract:
The paper presents the results obtained by the authors for the mathematical modeling of the mechanical behaviour variation of the composite material with polymeric or elastomeric matrix and reinforced with protein fibers (CFP), depending on the concentration of the reinforced material. The mathematical model of the main mechanical properties of a composite material allows optimal approximation variants of material that is as close to that required in a particular field. The method proposed in this article is generally applied to the composite materials and is valid not only for the case of mechanical properties dependence of a single parameter (the concentration of a constituent) but in the case of dependence on several parameters, case in which the possibilities of achieving a favourable variant are much larger and more accurate. In the category of free parameters of the mathematical model can enter all the constituents’ concentrations, but, in addition, also important are the technological parameters: temperature in the manufacturing process, the reinforced material granulation, the degree of stirring, pressure, etc. Keywords: CFP, mathematical model, variation, mechanical properties, optimal variants



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Publication date: 2015/9/30
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