Effect of elevated temperatures on the strength of cured resins and resin-based materials
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An analysis of the relationship between the relative changes of compressive strength and weight loss for glass laminates has shown that at elevated temperatures (to 600° C) the changes in strength are primarily caused by processes of mechanical destruction of the resin phase. The process of thermo-oxidative degradation of the resin in the laminate is described by the same stages as were detected in studying cured resins.
KeywordsCompressive Strength Elevated Temperature Mechanical Destruction Glass Laminate Resin Phase
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