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Advice for Book

(OP)
Hi all, I am rather new at Composites, so I would be grateful to anybody who could tell me some titles of books on the topic (there are a lot, that is the problem). A site with similar resources would be greatly appreciated as well. Thanx.


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RE: Advice for Book

Composite Airframe Structures, Michael Niu.
Composite MAterials for Aircraft Structures, Hoskin and Baker (Cheaper if your an AIAA member and get it from AIAA)
Anything by Martin Holman.

And last but not least:

http://euler9.tripod.com/materials/

RE: Advice for Book

(OP)
Thanks a lot Astroclone, really useful info and links. I tried to give you a star, but something is wrong in the site... thanks anyway!!!

Spirit


'Ability is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration.'

RE: Advice for Book

Try: Engineered Materials Handbook, Volume One: "Composites," ASM International (Materials Park, OH; 1987).

RE: Advice for Book

Also try Structural Analysis of Laminated Anisotropic Plates by James Whitney.

and

Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials by Isaac M. Daniel and Ori Ishai.

Both were helpful to me.

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