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Advanced polymeric composite material systems are viscoelastic. Because of this, their response to mechanical and/or hygrothermal loading is dependent on time, temperature, environmental conditions, and their prior stress (strain) history. In turn, this dependence causes composite materials to experience a “shift” in their real-time behavior under hygrothermal conditions that accelerates stress relaxation and creep.
Lockheed Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, CA
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