Interfacial Properties and Curing Behavior of Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Composites using Micromechanical Techniques and Electrical Resistivity Measurement

Micromechanical 시험법과 전기적 고유저항 측정을 이용한 탄소섬유강화복합재료의 계면 물성과 경화거동에 관한 연구

  • Published : 2000.11.01


Logarithmic electrical resistivity of the untreated or thin diameter carbon fiber composite increased suddenly to the infinity when the fiber fracture occurred by tensile electro-micromechanical test, whereas that of the ED or thick fiber composite increased relatively broadly up to the infinity. Electrical resistance of single-carbon fiber composite increased suddenly due to electrical disconnection by the fiber fracture in tensile electro-micromechanical test, whereas that of SFC increased stepwise due to the occurrence of the partial electrical contact with increasing the buckling or overlapping in compressive test. Electrical resistivity measurement can be very useful technique to evaluate interfacial properties and to monitor curing behavior of single-carbon fiber/epoxy composite under tensile/compressive loading.