Structural Properties of Glass-Fiber Filament-Wound Cryogenic Pressure Vessels
Use of glass-fiber filament-wound material for applications in structures exposed to a cryogenic environment has been of interest to cryogenists for some time. Pressure vessels for containing liquid hydrogen and for containing high-pressure gases when immersed in liquid hydrogen have been of specific interest.
KeywordsLiner Material Resin System Liquid Hydrogen Biaxial Test NASA Lewis Research
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