The effect of prestress on the strength of metal glass-reinforced plastic shells has been investigated. A method of calculation is described, and experimental results showing the role of the tensile stress in the reinforcement of reinforced metal shells are presented.
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Roginskii, S.L., Egorov, N.G. Effect of prestress on the strength of metal shells reinforced with a glass-reinforced plastic. Polymer Mechanics 2, 176–178 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00867108
- Tensile Stress
- Metal Shell
- Plastic Shell