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Glass Microtape

  • Richard A. Humphrey
Conference paper

Abstract

Progress toward the making of research specimens of an entirely different filament-wound structure is described. Glass-fiber-reinforced plastics have been shown by others to have mechanical properties superior to most metals at cryogenic temperatures. However, the resin phase is permeable to hydrogen.

Keywords

Vertical Temperature Profile Resin Layer Leakage Path Resin Phase Sive Loading 
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References

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    D. Brown, Corning Glass Works, U.S. Patent 2, 422, 466.Google Scholar
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    D. G. Holloway, “Strength of Glass Fibers,” Phil. Mag. 4: 1101–6 (1959).CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    D. G. Holloway and P. Hastilow, “High Strength Glass,” Nature 189: 385–386 (1961).CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    W. J. Eakins and R. A. Humphrey, “Studies of Hollow Multipartitioned Ceramic Structures,” NASA Contractors Report NASA CR-142, December 1964.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Plenum Press 1965

Authors and Affiliations

  • Richard A. Humphrey
    • 1
  1. 1.DeBell & Richardson, Inc.HazardvilleUSA

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