Hello! I am in a student-run engineering team that heavily utilizes fiber reinforced plastics, and I am just trying to get a better understanding of FRPs. I am wondering how exactly the fiber reinforces the plastic. Let's say the yield strength of the fiber in the 0 degree tensile direction is 2500 MPa, and the yield strength of the plastic resin is 80 MPa. If a force is applied on the FRP along the 0 degree tensile direction that garners a stress greater than 80 MPa, will the plastic resin yield?