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Delamination is one of the major areas of failure for laminated composite materials and ‘Interlaminar stresses’ are the source of this failure. These ‘stresses’ can be caused by a number of factors including (but not limited to): internal voids / volatiles that are not properly removed during the laminating process, improper curing of resin, and the environmental conditions in its final application. Understanding the bond between laminations and amongst the resin molecules of thermosetting materials is essential in understanding how these composites are tested, and what applications are best for each.
Quite often in the process of manufacturing & fabricating industrial laminates a specific surface roughness is indicated. Be it the purpose of reducing electrical arc tracking across the surface of the composite material, or to make sure the surface is rough enough to hold an adhesive; surface roughness can be a vital component of a machined composite part’s integrity.