Compression and Shear Tests of Vacuum-Impregnated Composites at Cryogenic Temperatures
To evaluate filament-reinforced, vacuum-impregnated, epoxy-resin systems at cryogenic temperatures, new compression-shear tests have been developed for stainless-composite-stainless sandwiches. Results at 76 K are reported and analyzed for a series of weaves and surface finishes.
KeywordsShear Strength Surface Finish Cryogenic Temperature Areal Density Test Fixture
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