Soviet Advanced Composites Technology Series

Composite Manufacturing Technology

Editors: Bratukhin, A.G., Bogolyubov, V.S. (Eds.)

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Some years ago in Paisley (Scotland) the International Conference on Composite Materials, headed by Professor I. Marshall, took place. During the conference, I presented a paper on the manufacturing and properties of the Soviet Union's composite materials. Soviet industry had made great achievements in the manufacturing of composite materials for aerospace and rocket applications. For example, the fraction of composites (predominantly carbon fibre reinforced plastics) in the large passenger aircrafts Tu-204 and 11-86 is 12-15% of the structure weight. The percentage by weight share of composites in military aircraft is greater and the fraction of composites (organic fibre reinforced plastics) used in military helicopters exceeds a half of the total structure weight. The nose parts of most rockets are produced in carbon-carbon materials. In the Soviet spacecraft 'Buran' many fuselage tubes are made of boron-aluminium composites. Carbon-aluminium is used for space mirrors and gas turbine blades. These are just a few examples of applications. Many participants at the Paisley conference suggested that the substantial Soviet experience in the field of composite materials should be distilled and presented in the form of a comprehensive reference publication. So the idea of the preparation and publication of a six volume work Soviet Advanced Composites Technology, edited by Professor I. Marshall and me, was born.

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Table of contents (9 chapters)

Table of contents (9 chapters)
  • Main technological aspects of the manufacture of composite parts and assembly

    Pages 1-28

    Bratukhin, A. G. (et al.)

  • Technology for prepreg production of semifinished products of polymeric composite materials

    Pages 29-76

    Vinogradov, V. M. (et al.)

  • Forming of parts and components of fibre composites by winding

    Pages 77-124

    Boroth, G. R. (et al.)

  • Shape-forming and curing of composite-material parts

    Pages 125-154

    Gunyaev, G. M. (et al.)

  • Machining of polymer-composite materials

    Pages 155-218

    Krivov, G. A. (et al.)

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Composite Manufacturing Technology
Editors
  • A.G. Bratukhin
  • V.S. Bogolyubov
Series Title
Soviet Advanced Composites Technology Series
Series Volume
1
Copyright
1995
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright Holder
Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht
eBook ISBN
978-94-011-1268-0
DOI
10.1007/978-94-011-1268-0
Hardcover ISBN
978-0-412-58250-9
Softcover ISBN
978-94-010-4553-7
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XI, 433
Topics