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Fibers and composites by Pierre Delhaes

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If the stress is sufficient, the misoriented crystallite will rupture and relieve the stress within the fiber (Fig. 5c). When the size of the ruptured crystallite (perpendicular to the fiber axis) is larger than the critical flaw size, a catastrophic failure occurs, and the fiber breaks. Even if the ruptured crystallite is smaller than the critical flaw size, catastrophic failure can occur if the crystallites surrounding the disclination are continuous enough to allow a crack to propagate into neighboring crystallites.

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