STP Published: 1997

High Temperature and Environmental Effects on Polymeric Composites: 2nd Volume

Editor(s): Thomas S. Gates, Abdul-Hamid Zureick

State-of-the-art research on the advancement of polymeric composite durability from experts in materials science and the mechanics of materials. 15 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers examine such topics as:

• Analytical models that predict long-term performance

• Thermomechanical procedures to improve mechanical performance

• The development of a methodology to predict remaining strength and life in polymeric composites

• The impact of moisture in elevated temperature environments

• The interaction between creep and fatigue at elevated temperatures

• How crack propagation rates correlated with the stress intensity factor effect materials

• Experimental and analytical techniques for assessing long-term performance and durability.

Table of Contents

HL McManus, RA Cunningham

G Maier, K Friedrich

SW Case, RB Plunkett, KL Reifsnider

MR VanLandingham, RF Eduljee, JW Gillespie

BA Pratt, WL Bradley

D Choqueuse, P Davies, F Mazéas, R Baizeau

G Zaffaroni

Y Uematsu, T Kitamura, R Ohtani

MM Shokrieh, OP Eilers, LB Lessard

H Parvatareddy, A Pasricha, DA Dillard, B Holmes, JG Dillard

KJ Bowles, GD Roberts, JE Kamvouris

LC Bank, M Puterman

L Prian, R Pollard, R Shan, CW Mastropietro, TR Gentry, LC Bank, A Barkatt

J Shively, C Miglionico, R Roybal, T King, R Robertson, J Baird, S Davis, C Stein

JE Kamvouris, GD Roberts, JM Pereira, C Rabzak

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Developed by Committee: D30
Pages: 258
DOI: 10.1520/STP1302-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5360-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1491-3