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Definition of composite material: a composite material consists of two or more materials of different nature,
which are composed of macroscopic (microscopic) materials with new properties by physical or chemical methods.
Various materials complement each other in performance and produce synergistic effects,
so that the overall performance of the composite material is superior to the original constituent materials to meet various requirements.
The matrix material of the composite material is divided into two major categories of metal and non-metal.
Aluminum, magnesium, copper, titanium and alloys thereof are commonly used in metal substrates.
Non-metal substrates mainly include synthetic resins, rubber, ceramics, graphite, carbon, and the like.
Reinforcing materials mainly include glass fiber, carbon fiber, boron fiber, aramid fiber, silicon carbide fiber, asbestos fiber, whisker,
wire and hard fine particles.