Published: Jan 1969
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Various test specimen shapes for determining tensile, compressive, and edgewise shear properties of reinforced plastic laminates are compared. Tests were performed and data collected for the various shape specimens from three specific resin content panels at various temperature in both dry and wet condition. Recommendations as to the most reliable specimen shapes are given based upon evaluation of tests performed.
reinforced plastics, laminates, balanced layup, compression brooming, edge crushing, in-plane (edgewise) shear, delaminating, shear modulus, tensile coupon, mechanical properties, evaluation, tests
Staff, materials engineering, Grumman Aerospace Corp., Bethpage, N. Y.
plastics consultant, Grumman Aerospace Corp., Bethpage, N. Y.
project engineerpersonal member ASTM, Grumman Aerospace Corp., Bethpage, N. Y.
Materials engineer, Technical Evaluation Center, Dover, N. J.