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For design analysis of the fiber composite propeller blade, the moduli and strengths of two commonly used typical laminates consisting of a 50-vol % glass fiber in an epoxy were determined. Three basic test methods for determining in-plane shear properties of glass/epoxy laminates were evaluated: twist, shear, and off-axis tensile. The advantages and disadvantages of these methods are explained from the experimental viewpoint.
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