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    On the Most Suitable Specimen Shape for Testing Shear Strength of Plastics

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    The determination of the shear strength is one of the tests to which a material must be subjected in order to establish its behavior under different practical conditions.

    Author Information:

    Goldenberg, N.
    Chief, Laboratory for Plastics, Chemical Research Institute, Bucharest,

    Arcan, M.
    Associate Professor, Strength of Materials Section, Institute of Civil Engineering, Bucharest,

    Nicolau, E.
    Head, Photoelasticity Laboratory, Bucharest Research Institute for Civil Engineering, Bucharest,

    Committee/Subcommittee: D20.09

    DOI: 10.1520/STP44200S