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1) is exact. 13), however, is an approximation. No such simple, exact, and closed form relation is known from the literature. The approximation, however, is very good. This has been justified in a FEM stiffness analysis of particulate composites presented in [24]. The approximation becomes exact at low phase P concentrations (c → 0) where the following solution has been presented [45, 46, 53]. 13) is considered exact in subsequent deductions with respect to the behavior of composite materials. Such procedure is strongly supported by some results obtained by Christoffersen [6] and Levin [7] in their analysis of materials reinforced with randomly distributed spherical particles.

3) claiming that the first expression (σP ) must equal the latter expression (σS ) when subscripts P and S are interchanged (including c ⇔ 1 − c). The geometry function just defined is further restricted when specific composites are considered as they are classified in Chap. 2 according to their critical concentrations cP and cS . The influence of composite type on the geometry function is subsequently determined by looking at a composite where phase P can be extremely stiff (nk = ∞) or it can be extremely soft (nk = 0).

4 Composite Stress and Geometry It has been shown in Chap. 6), that any stiffness modulus of isotropic composite materials can be predicted if stress is known for one of the constituent phases. Therefore, the analysis of stiffness versus phase geometry is basically an analysis of internal stresses as a function of phase geometry. In this chapter a method is developed by which consistent estimates can be given on stress versus geometry as classified in Chap. 2 for various types of composites. The term, consistent, means that the stress estimates presented agree with exact quantities whenever such are known from the literature on composite materials – and that the stiffness predictions subsequently made in Chap.

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