Material Properties of Carbon Fibers

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I'm working on a computer model that simulates material damage in fiber reinforced polymers in extreme temperatures. I have looked around to find where I can buy some and get material properties. So far the best place I have found is Rock West Company with their quasi-isotropic lay (0,45,90,135). They also have listed their materials they use for this type: 34-600 fiber and NCT 301-1 resin. I have sent an email requesting material data, but I don't know how long that will. This bring me to my question. Does anyone know where I can find the material properties for the 34-600 Fiber and NCT 301-1 resin?

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This fiber? http://www.grafil.com/images/newpdf/grafil/34-600_03_2010.pdf [Broken]

Quick search on the resin seems it's an epoxy resin. Can you generalize from average epoxy values? Is it Newport Adhesives resin? http://www.newportad.com/pdf/PL.NB-301.pdf
 
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