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Material Properties

various material properties for common composite constituent materials

material/propertyvalue
steel, tensile strength 365 MPa
steel, tensile modulus 207 GPa
steel, failure strain 10 %
steel, density 7.87 g/cm3
steel, coefficient of thermal expansion 11.7 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
Al alloy, coefficient of thermal expansion 23 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
Al alloy, tensile strength 310 MPa
Al alloy, tensile modulus 69 GPa
Al alloy, failure strain 10 %
Al, density 2.7 g/cm3
glass, tensile strength 33 MPa
glass, tensile modulus 50 GPa
glass, failure strain 0.5 %
glass, density 2.45 g/cm3
glass, coefficient of thermal expansion 8.5 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
E-glass fiber, tensile strength 3450 MPa
E-glass fiber, tensile modulus 72.4 GPa
E-glass fiber, failure strain ~5 %
E-glass fiber, density 2.45 g/cm3
E-glass fiber, coefficient of thermal expansion 5 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
carbon fiber, tensile strength 3650 MPa
carbon fiber, tensile modulus 230 GPa
carbon fiber, failure strain 1 %
carbon fiber, density 1.76 g/cm3
carbon fiber, coefficient of thermal expansion (longitudinal) -0.6 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
Kevlar fiber, tensile strength 3620 MPa
Kevlar fiber, tensile modulus 131 GPa
Kevlar fiber, failure strain 3 %
Kevlar fiber, density 1.45 g/cm3
Kevlar fiber, coefficient of thermal expansion (longitudinal) -2 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
single wall carbon nano tube, tensile strength 75,000 MPa = 75 GPa
single wall carbon nano tube, tensile modulus 1054 GPa ~ 1 TPa
single wall carbon nano tube, failure strain 15 %
single wall carbon nano tube, density 1.3 g/cm3
single wall carbon nano tube, coefficient of thermal expansion ~ -1 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
carbon fiber, coefficient of thermal expansion (radial) 7-12 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
Kevlar fiber, coefficient of thermal expansion (radial) 59 * 10^-6 deg.C^-1
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