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Andy Alubaidy contributed to chapter 7 “Nanofibers reinforced polymer composite microstructures” in the book Advances in Nanofibers.
The book Advances in Nanofibers is a research publication that covers original research on developments within the Nanofibers field of study. The book is a collection of reviewed scholarly contributions written by different authors. Each scholarly contribution represents a chapter and each chapter is complete in itself but related to the major topics and objectives. The target audience comprises scholars and specialists in the field.
Chapter 7 "Nanofibers Reinforced Polymer Composite Microstructures," by Andy Alubaidy, Krishnan Venkatakrishnan and Bo Tan is designed to be a comprehensive source for nanofibers reinforced polymer studies. The fundamental properties, manufacturing techniques, and applications of nanofibers reinforced polymer materials are discussed. In addition, this chapter introduce an in depth scientific framework for the advances in nanofibers reinforced polymer researches as well as scientific principles and mechanisms in relation to the methods of fabrication of reinforced microstructuring with a discussion on potential commercial applications. The mechanical, electrical, and magnetic properties of nanofibers reinforced polymer microstructures will be the focus of this chapter. It also offers an in depth discussion on methodology, modeling, characterization, fabrication, and applications for nanofibers reinforced polymers.
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Mechanical Engineering | Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Faculty of Applied Science & Technology
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Alubaidy, A., Venkatakrishnan, K., & Tan B. (2013). Nanofibers reinforced polymer composite microstructures. In R. Maguire (Ed.), Advances in nanofibers (pp. 165 - 184). Croatia: InTech. DOI: 10.5772/57101