Mechanics of Composite Materials

, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp 512–516 | Cite as

Examination of the stress-strain state of structures made of carbon-reinforced plastic by the polarization-optical method

  • G. P. Starikovskii
  • V. T. Shcherbakov


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  • G. P. Starikovskii
  • V. T. Shcherbakov

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