The Conductive Composites Test Technology for the Reinforced Cushioned Formation


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The sensing technology based on sensitive conductive composites was used on the reinforced cushion in a coal mine silo foundation. The reinforced belt sensor made from sensitive conductive rubber’s composites was flexible and large deformation. It is the ideal test sensor for the low-modulus and large strain reinforce belt. The results show that the new type of sensor performance is stability and the test is good.



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David Wang




R. Z. Wang "The Conductive Composites Test Technology for the Reinforced Cushioned Formation", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 500, pp. 80-83, 2012

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January 2012





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