Testing and Diagnostics of Carbon Polymer Composite Materials by Radio Wave Method Used in Aircraft Construction
German V. Dmitrienko, Dmitry V. Mukhin, Aleksandr A. Fedorovdownload PDF
Abstract. The article is devoted to the applicability of radio wave methods of testing and diagnostics of aviation composites for newly launched products. The description of the measurement process is also considered by the method of integral equations.
Polymer Composite Materials, Carbon Plastics, Dielectric Constant
Published online 1/5/2022, 6 pages
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Citation: German V. Dmitrienko, Dmitry V. Mukhin, Aleksandr A. Fedorov, Testing and Diagnostics of Carbon Polymer Composite Materials by Radio Wave Method Used in Aircraft Construction, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 268-273, 2022
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