Stainless Steel Fiber Organic Matrix Composites for Cryogenic Application
Advanced-fiber-reinforced structural composites appear to be extremely attractive for cryogenic applications which require a high strength-to-weight ratio. Some of the composite applications currently being pursued are advanced versions of ac superconducting generators for airborne use  and lightweight superconducting MHD magnets .
KeywordsHoop Stress Thermal Expansion Mismatch Expansion Property Stainless Steel Fiber Structural Containment
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