This book deals with the roles played by the component material interface in composites, with special emphasis on methods used to improve the adhesion and bonding between them. It is helpful for scientists and engineers in the materials field and to engineers working with adhesives or composites.
Table of Contents
1. Interfacial Characteristics of Composite Materials 2. Wettability and Adhesion 3. Surface Modification of Matrix Polymer for Adhesion 4. Surface Modification of Matrix Polymer by Craft Polymerization and Its Effect on Adhesion 5. Modification of Inorganic Fillers for Composite Materials 6. Surface Modification and Adhesion Improvement by the Blend Method 7. Adhesion of Resin to Metal 8. Bonding of Ceramic to Metal 9. Interfacial Modifications and Bonding of Fiber-Reinforced Metal Composite Material 10. Interfacial Effect of Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Composite Material 11. Interface Analyses of Composite Materials 12. Interfacial Strength of Composite Materials