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Gwendoline Guillouroux & Jean Huret/ Implemetation and charaterization of composite materilas

4. Conclusion:
The study focused on the
characterization of interlaminar shear
strength as well as crystallization and
interfacial shear strength of our samples.
So we saw the importance of annealing on
the performance of composite materials.
Indeed, this process has a positive change
in the physicochemical properties of
matrix. First we saw the increase of
interlaminar shear strength and therefore a
greater adhesion of interfacial fiber/matrix
due to the raise of the cross linking rate. In
fact, wettability test show us resin,
microdroplets cured have better interfacial
shear strength than resin microdroplets
less crosslinked. When we cross our
results we saw a difference between IFSS
and ILSS for the sample which was
annealing.
Other tests could be achieved by
varying measurement techniques in order
to improve the accuracy and relevance of
the results.

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