It is suggested that an epoxy-matrix composite reinforced with 24% of randomly dispersed,…

It is suggested that an epoxy-matrix composite reinforced
with 24% of randomly dispersed, single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) could
have a specific modulus that exceeds that of any existing material. Explore
this claim, assuming that one third of the nanotubes contribute to stiffness in
any given direction and that the composite modulus and density can be estimated
by a rule of mixtures, using the data in the following table. Do so by plotting
the composite properties onto a copy of the strength-density chart of Figure
9.11 of the text.