Published: Jan 1969
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A discussion of necessary considerations for tension test specimen design of laminated angle-plied composite materials is presented. Particular attention is paid to the straight-sided axial coupon and the long-beam flexure test. A large amount of test data, including strain gage measurements, has been compiled to provide a basis of comparisons of tensile strengths and elastic properties of angle-plied boron/epoxy laminates by the two test methods.
composite materials, tension, strength, elastic properties, fiber composites, boron epoxy laminates, laminates, evaluation, tests
Lantz, R. B.
Senior engineer, AVCO Aerostructures Division, Nashville, Tenn.
Baldridge, K. G.
Supervisormember ASTM, AVCO Aerostructures Division, Nashville, Tenn.
Paper ID: STP49809S