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Polymer mechanics

, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 86–91 | Cite as

Estimation of the stability of the strength of glass-reinforced plastics in conical shells

  • Yu. N. Ivonin
  • M. I. Dushin
  • N. V. Nesterovskii
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Abstract

On the basis of a statistical analysis of the test data it is shown that there is a difference between the mechanical characteristics (in tension and compression) of laminated glass-reinforced plastics obtained under laboratory and industrial conditions by impregnation under pressure in a closed mold. The stability of the strength properties of the glass-reinforced plastic in various conical shells, produced in large batches, is considered. Certain experimental relations between the material properties and the total number of shells produced are also established.

Keywords

Mold Material Property Test Data Mechanical Characteristic Strength Property 
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© Consultants Bureau 1972

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  • Yu. N. Ivonin
  • M. I. Dushin
  • N. V. Nesterovskii

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