Low-Temperature Measurement of the Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Phenolic Laminate, the Pultruded Polyester Fiberglass, and A & B Epoxy Putty
Linen-base phenolic laminate is inexpensive, has high compressive mechanical strength, and can be easily fabricated. It has been widely used for substructures in large bubble-chamber magnets  and large magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) magnets [2,3]
KeywordsCompressive Strength Cryogenic Temperature Liquid Helium Temperature Thermal Contraction Phenol Formaldehyde Resin
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