The results of dilatometric measurements on wound circular glass-reinforced plastic rings composed of glass tape and epoxy-phenolic resin are presented. The changes in inside and outside diameter were measured on the temperature interval from 20 to 100°C at various diameter ratios. The theoretical conclusion  that anisotropy has a strong influence on the temperature deformation of circular cylinders and rings of composite material is confirmed.
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V. V. Bolotin and K. S. Bolotina, Mekhan. Polim., No. 1, 136 (1967).
E. S. Sorkin, in: Methods of Measuring the Thermal Expansion of Glasses and Glass-Sealed Metals [in Russian], Nauka (1967), p. 22.
V. V. Bolotin and K. S. Bolotina, Mekhan. Polim., No. 1, 134 (1969).
Moscow Power Engineering Institute. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 6, pp. 1131–1132, November–December, 1969.
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Bolotina, K.S. Temperature deformation of laminated composite rings. Polymer Mechanics 5, 1022–1023 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00864695
- Composite Material
- Strong Influence
- Temperature Interval
- Circular Cylinder