2001
DOI: 10.1117/12.435569
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Abstract: ABSTRACTFabrication strains during cure can lead to warpage or spring-back, which presents difficulties in the assembly of composite structures and residual stresses due to differences of thermal expansion coefficients between fiber and matrix in cooling stage can have intense effects on the mechanical properties of the composite product. The quality of the final composite part is directly affected by cure time, temperature, and pressure. The knowledge of cure process is very helpful to obtain high quality co…

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