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This standardization instruction manual has been constructed and is being maintained as a joint attempt of the dept of security and the Federal Aviation management. It offers directions and fabric homes for natural polymer and steel matrix composite fabrics. It offers a customary resource of statistically-based mechanical estate facts for present and rising composite fabrics, together with aramid, glass, boron, alumina, silicon carbide, and quartz fiber composites..
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Braid, Flat -- A narrow bias woven tape wherein each yarn is continuous and is intertwined with every other yarn in the system without being intertwined with itself. Braid, Hercules -- A braided fabric with an over three, under three weave pattern, (3 x 3). Braid, Jacquard -- A braided design made with the aid of a jacquard machine, which is a shedding mechanism by means of which a large number of ends may be controlled independently and complicated patterns produced. Braid, Regular -- A braided fabric with an over two, under two weave pattern (2 x 2).
Sometimes the term is used specifically to mean particulate additives. Finish (or Size System) -- A material, with which filaments are treated, which contains a coupling agent to improve the bond between the filament surface and the resin matrix in a composite material. In addition, finishes often contain ingredients which provide lubricity to the filament surface, preventing abrasive damage during handling, and a binder which promotes strand integrity and facilitates packing of the filaments. Fixed Effect -- A systematic shift in a measured quantity due to a particular level change of a treatment or condition.
1(a) Fiber system codes. 1(b) Matrix material codes. 2 Index of materials This section is reserved for future use. 1 Laminate orientation codes The purpose of a laminate orientation code is to provide a simple, easily understood method of describing the lay-up of a laminate. 1(a)). 1 describe the laminate orientation code used in MIL-HDBK-17. 1 Example laminate orientation codes. 1. The orientation of each lamina with respect to the x-axis is indicated by the angle between the fiber direction and the x-axis.