Assessment of compressive and diametric tensile strength of nano and hybrid composites

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Dr Syed Yasir Qadiri, Dr. Sunil Malhan


Background: To assess the comprehensive and diametric tensile strength of nano and hybrid composites. Materials & methods: In each group, there were 10 samples included. The Universal Testing Machine was utilized to perform the compressive strength test, with a crosshead speed of 1 mm/min. Data was collected and subsequently analyzed using SPSS software. A p-value of 0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: The average value for hybrid composites and nano composites was found to be 255.24 and 265.7 MPa, respectively. In the case of nexcomp, the mean value was 278.6 MPa. Notably, the obtained P-value did not reach statistical significance. Conclusion: Compressive strengths of various composites are about the same, but DTS of some nanofilled composites may be lower than the other nanofilled or hybrid composites.             

Keywords: Hybrid composites, tensile strength, nano composites.

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