Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp 789–793 | Cite as

Determination of the residual stresses in wound glass-reinforced plastic rings

  • V. L. Biderman
  • I. P. Dimitrienko
  • V. I. Polyakov
  • N. A. Sukhova


The stresses that develop during winding in wound glass-reinforced plastic rings change during polymerization, when the modulus of elasticity in the radial direction is reduced by heating. Further changes occur in connection with cooling and removal from the mandrel. The theoretical relations obtained for determining these stresses are found to be confirmed by experiment.


Polymerization Residual Stress Radial Direction Theoretical Relation Plastic Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. L. Biderman
  • I. P. Dimitrienko
  • V. I. Polyakov
  • N. A. Sukhova

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