The failure of glass-reinforced plastics is treated as an aggregate of successive failures of the individual fibers. A method of estimating the statistical strength from the distribution curve is proposed.
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Krylov, N.A., Polishchuk, A.M. Statistical strength of glass-reinforced plastics. Polymer Mechanics 3, 334–336 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00858777
- Distribution Curve
- Statistical Strength
- Individual Fiber
- Successive Failure