Duration : 21 hours
ECTS Credits : 2
Semester : S9
Person(s) in charge:
Marc PONCOT, Associate Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords:Composites, Polymers, Elaboration, Characterization, Properties
Polymers - Mechanical behaviour of materials
Have a global view on composites, their properties and their utilisation.
Program and Contents:
There are several categories of composites. Their behaviour depends on the features, proportions, geometry, distribution and properties of their components. Knowing these data enables combining various types of materials to obtain composites which have better properties than metallic alloys, ceramics and polymers.
The objectives of this course are:
1. Polymer blends: definitions, development, properties, applications,
Description and operational verbs
|Main families of composites|
Different fabrication processes of composites
Evaluate physical and mechanical properties (Calcul of elasticity modulus, of maximal load, of bulk density)
Behaviour of composite in service
Understand important existing link between use properties (mechanical properties), microstructure of composite and forming process
Choice of composite and of process to elaborate a given product.
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