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T trends of composite (f0 = 898 Hz) and monolithic alloy. The composite spectrum is the superposition of a Debye peak and an exponential background. The IF spectrum vs. temperature T can be fitted by the sum of two contributions: an exponential curve for the background, QB−1 (T), and a single Debye peak, QP−1 (T): Q −1 (T ) = QB−1 (T ) + QP−1 (T ) = QB−1 (T ) + ∆ H sec h 2 R 1 1   −   T TP  (6) 40 Advances in Metal Matrix Composites being ∆/2 the peak maximum, H the activation energy of the physical process giving rise to the IF peak, R the gas constant and TP the temperature of peak centre.

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Schematic of the two embedding cells fort the iterative calculation of the homogenized material properties with the matricity model [6]. TiO TiO 2 2 Fig. 4. %). In Fig. 4 the stress stain curves for the 7th up to the 15th iteration are marked with “higher iterations”. At these iterations the curves only differ in stress- and strain-levels that are no more relevant for the composites on hand. Hence, the underlying convergence criterion, which finishes the calculation if successive iteration curves differ by less than 3%, can be used without any loss in quality.

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