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Hi all,

I just finished my freshman year in college and have been working closely with the Formula SAE team on campus. For this coming year I have been assigned with the design of carbon wheels though I would really like to expand it into the design of a monocoque chassis. I also Have a summer internship where I'll be working hands on with carbon fiber so I will gaining experience with the technical side of composites.

I was wondering if anyone had any good suggestions for books or articles I should read to help me with the design process.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Emilio

RE: Composite design books

Good book regarding carbon fiber composites and structures - Successful Composite Techniques by Keith Noakes

Carbon fiber composites
www.dexcraft.com

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