Volume 13 (2022)
Volume 12 (2021)
Volume 11 (2020)
Volume 10 (2019)
Volume 9 (2018)
Volume 8 (2017)
Volume 7 (2016)
Volume 6 (2015)
Volume 5 (2014)
Volume 4 (2013)
Volume 3 ( 2012)
Volume 2 (2011)
Volume 1 (2010)
Experimental Study on Strength Characteristics of Chopped Glass Fiber (CGF) Cement-Mortar Composites

K. Ramakrishnan; C. Vijayvenkatesh

Volume 11, Issue 7 , July 2020, , Pages 1-6

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2020.071541

Abstract
  Chopped Glass Fiber (CGF) manufactured by a specification of materials in glass fiber diameter 9 to 25 micron its formed silica-based formulations of glass. Is flexible, lightweight and durability without oxidation, CGF adds enough material quantity to resist the anticipated tensile loads. The hardened ...  Read More

Experimental Study on Strength Characteristics of Chopped Glass Fiber (CGF) Cement-Mortar Composites


Maximum available tensile strength of carbon fibers

Masatoshi Shioya; Takashi Kajikawa; Kuniaki Takahashi; Yoshiki Sugimoto

Volume 9, Issue 12 , December 2018, , Pages 885-888

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2018.2135

Abstract
  Development of carbon fibers from alternative precursory materials through new production processes is a recent topic of active research. In such a research, the maximum available tensile strength, i. e. the tensile strength which will be achieved after elaboration to suppress defect formation during ...  Read More

Maximum available tensile strength of carbon fibers


Improvement of mechanical properties and surface finish of 3d-printed polylactic acid parts by constrained remelting

Hong-Cheol Kim; Da-Yeong Kim; Ji-Eun Lee; Keun Park

Volume 8, Issue 12 , December 2017, , Pages 1199-1203

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2017.1686

Abstract
  According to recent advancements in additive manufacturing (AM) technology, also known as 3d printing, the role of AM has changed from the conventional rapid prototyping (RP) to direct fabrication of functional parts. The AM technology based on layer-by-layer manufacturing has a limitation in its poor ...  Read More

Designing Of LDPE/fly Ash/ Expanded Graphite Sheet For Electrostatic Charge Dissipation Application

Anuj Gulati; Narayan Agarwal;Sundeep K. Dhawan; Swati Varshney

Volume 7, Issue 5 , May 2016, , Pages 360-365

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2016.5841

Abstract
  The paper aims to explore the utilization of industrial waste fly ash as a filler material into low density polyethylene (LDPE) polymer matrix with / without expanded graphite to optimize the electrostatic charge dissipative (ESD) properties as injection molded sheets. Homogeneous mixing of composite ...  Read More

Investigation on The Effect of Micro-fillers on The Strength Reinforcement of Polypropylene

Hieu Giang Le; Shyh-Chour Huang; Van Son Nguyen; Thanh-Phong Dao

Volume 5, Issue 10 , October 2014, , Pages 593-597

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2014.6587

Abstract
  This paper describes on the effect the ratio of fillers (Na10MB3A and CaCO3) have on the tensile strength of polypropylene (PP). These fillers have been added to PP in various ratios and mixed evenly before injecting. Experimental specimens are then made by the injection process under the same conditions ...  Read More

An Experimental And Numerical Investigation Of Mechanical Properties Of Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Composites

Satnam Singh; Pardeep Kumar;S.K. Jain

Volume 4, Issue 7 , July 2013, , Pages 567-572

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2012.11475

Abstract
  Composites are one of the most advanced and adaptable engineering materials. The strength of any composite depends upon volume/weight fraction of reinforcement, L/D ratio of fibers, orientation angles and other factors. The present work focuses on determination of mechanical properties of pure epoxy ...  Read More

Tensile Properties Of Strontium Metal 

Andrew E. Frerichs; Alan M. Russell

Volume 3, Issue 5 , November 2012, , Pages 362-364

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2012.6360

Abstract
  The yield strength, ultimate tensile strength, elastic modulus, and strain rate sensitivity of pure Sr metal in the as-extruded condition were determined by tensile testing and compared with the properties of other alkaline metals. Two strain rates were used for testing. At a strain rate of 6.5×10 ...  Read More