Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 6, Issue 6, pp 893–897 | Cite as

Calculation of the residual stresses in wound glass-reinforced plastics

  • V. P. Nikolaev
  • V. M. Indenbaum


The effect of the winding and polymerization conditions on the residual stress distribution in wound glass-reinforced plastic cylinders is subjected to a numerical analysis. The calculations are based on the method proposed in [1]. The computer data are examined and the theoretical and experimental results compared.


Polymerization Residual Stress Stress Distribution Computer Data Residual Stress Distribution 
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© Consultants Bureau 1973

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  • V. P. Nikolaev
  • V. M. Indenbaum

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