This standard has not undergone a substantive revision since 1996. No customer pull for further maintenance, review or revision to the standard has been in evidence since the 1996 re-approval, and the active D30 technical support for maintenance of this standard is very limited. D30 considers this standard to be mature, and does not plan to maintain this standard beyond re-approvals in the future, unless a specific request is made and a focal willing to review and update the standard is identified. As such, I request that you limit review to the proposed changes, as D30 committee resources that would be required to address technical comments on the standard are likely unavailable in the near term. Perform a final update to the boilerplate to make it consistent with that of other recently approved D30 standards.
composite materials; metal matrix; modulus of elasticity; strain at fracture; tensile properties; tensile strength;
Citing ASTM Standards
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