Fiber Reinforced Composite

Definition - What does Fiber Reinforced Composite mean?

Fiber reinforced composite is any building material composed of two or more constituent materials with individually different physical properties.

Corrosionpedia explains Fiber Reinforced Composite

Fiber reinforced composite has a combination of properties that produce a superior material ideal for various construction applications.

The three main components of fiber reinforced composite are discontinuous phase grains, a continuous phase matrix and an interface region. The matrix component often contains epoxy or phenolic, which act as a corrosion prevention coating.

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