Integrating Material/Part/Process Design for Polymer Composites: A Knowledge-Based Problem-Solving Approach

@article{McDowell1994IntegratingMD,
  title={Integrating Material/Part/Process Design for Polymer Composites: A Knowledge-Based Problem-Solving Approach},
  author={James K. McDowell and Ahmed Kamel and Jon Sticklen and Martin C. Hawley},
  journal={Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials},
  year={1994},
  volume={9},
  pages={218 - 238}
}
  • James K. McDowell, Ahmed Kamel, +1 author Martin C. Hawley
  • Published 1994
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials
  • Polymer composites provide the opportunity to design the material as well as the part. The domain for composites design can be viewed along three dimensions, namely material design, part design, and process design. These dimensions are not independent, and their interactions create important bottlenecks in manufacturing. Integrating these material/part/process issues becomes increasingly important as composite materials penetrate the durable goods markets and as high-performance markets become… CONTINUE READING

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