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Composites Science and Technology is a journal indexed in SJR in Ceramics and Composites and Engineering (miscellaneous) with an H index of 213. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,003 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Composites Science and Technology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: electrical, toughness, fracture, nanotube, nanoparticles, multiplefiller, microstructural, methodsmodified, meanfield, low, ...

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electrical, toughness, fracture, nanotube, nanoparticles, multiplefiller, microstructural, methodsmodified, meanfield, low, nanotubereinforced, reinforced, relationship, reviewretracted, short, shs, simulation, single, situ, interlaminar, improved, image, cai, composite, composites, compositescarbon, conductive, conductivity, contentfabrication, dc, enhanced, epoxycomposites, fiber, fibrereinforced, formulations, frp,

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A comparison of calculated and measured debond lengths from fiber push-out tests

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A new strength model for application of a physically based failure criterion to orthogonal 3D fiber reinforced plastics

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A structure-oriented micromechanical model for viscous flow through square arrays of fibre clusters

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A study of the impact properties of composites consisting of surface-modified glass fibers in vinyl ester resin

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A thick composite-beam model for delamination prediction by the use of neural networks

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An acoustic emission study of the temperature-dependent fracture behavior of polypropylene composites reinforced by continuous and discontinuous fiber mats

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An experimental study of failure mechanisms in laminates with dropped plies

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An investigation of the effects of shear on the deflection of an orthotropic cantilever beam by the use of anisotropic elasticity theory

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Analytical modeling of damping at micromechanical level in polymer composites reinforced with coated fibers

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Carbon-fibre non-crimp fabric laminates for cost-effective damage-tolerant structures

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Closed-form solutions of the in-plane effective thermal conductivities of woven-fabric composites

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Compression strength reductions in composite laminates due to multiple-layer waviness

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Compressive buckling failure of laminates with a surface notch

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Compressive strengths of single carbon fibres and composite strands

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Conversion of cellulosic fibres into carbon fibres

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Coupled residual stiffness and strength model for fatigue of fibre-reinforced composite materials

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creep of a composite with dual viscoplastic phases

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Damage and inelastic deformation mechanisms in notched thermoset and thermoplastic laminates

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Damage mechanisms in composite laminates impacted by a flat-ended impactor

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Damage modeling of laminated composites by the use of multilayer volume elements

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Dynamic characterization of structures: A study of energy absorption in composite tubes

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