The effect of exposure to temperatures on the interval 20–600°C for up to 1000 h on the physicomechanical properties of boron fibers at room temperature has been investigated. Prolonged exposure to temperatures up to 200°C does not have much effect on the mechanical characteristics of the fibers, whereas heating for one hour at 300–350°C increases the strength of the fibers by 10–12%.
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E. Franklin and J. Wawner, in: Modern Composite Materials, New York (1967).
All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials, Moscow. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 2, pp. 329–332, March–April, 1971.
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Gunyaev, G.M., Zhigach, A.F., Yartsev, V.A. et al. Effect of temperature on the mechanical properties of boron fibers. Polymer Mechanics 7, 284–287 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855867
- Mechanical Property
- Mechanical Characteristic
- Prolonged Exposure
- Physicomechanical Property