Properties of fiberglass-plastics reinforced with high-modulus fibers
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The question of reinforcement of unidirectional fiberglass-plastic with boron or carbon fibers is considered. Static fatigue curves for the Poisson coefficient and the elastic modulus as functions of the volume content of the glass and the high-modulus fibers have been constructed. The theoretical dependences are compared with the experimental data.
KeywordsExperimental Data Fatigue Boron Elastic Modulus Carbon Fiber
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