|Nov16-05, 10:59 AM||#1|
Kevlar and it's mechanical properties
hi, i'm making a small site for my coursework on Kevlar, it's uses in defense and it's mechanical properties, i've found that without a textbook or anything like that(our school's physics department is made up by a dep. head, a head of house and a new techer, so we have no head of phys.) it is hard to find the details and to recover the things we did at school.
does anyone know, or know a source for, information regarding Kevlar's mechanical properties(strength, stress, strain, youngs modulus) or just mechanical physics itself?
PS: cool new design
|Nov16-05, 11:50 AM||#2|
Try www.matweb.com, and search on Kevlar. There are several choices, so I recommend a sampling.
Some properties here - http://www.chaos.org.uk/~eddy/projec...materials.html
Some general info - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevlar
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