Accession Number : AD0825951
Title : DEVELOPMENT OF NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTS FOR QUANTITATIVELY EVALUATING GLASS FABRIC REINFORCED LAMINATES.
Descriptive Note : Summary technical rept. Jun 66-Jun 67,
Corporate Author : AVCO MISSILES SPACE AND ELECTRONICS GROUP LOWELL MA AVCO SPACE SYSTEMS DIV
Personal Author(s) : Zurbrick, J. R.
Report Date : DEC 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 139
Abstract : The primary goal in developing nondestructive test methods and techniques for evaluating reinforced plastics is the establishment of a thorough knowledge of the important material-energy interactions which occur in the composite system of interest. This has been applied to the quantitative nondestructive evaluation of 181 style, E-glass fabric reinforced laminates containing five resin systems, epoxy, phenolic, polyester, polybenzimidazole, and silicone. From this work has come the ability to predict Young's modulus and laminate volumetric composition. Observations and analysis of data crossplots and type of failure mechanisms in glass fabric laminates. The data obtained appear to be sufficient for developing a set of equations which will eventually allow the characterization of laminate composition and the prediction of design properties, i.e., tensile, compressive, shear, and flexural.
Descriptors : *NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING), (*LAMINATED PLASTICS, (*REINFORCED PLASTICS, GLASS TEXTILES), RADIOMETERS, EPOXY RESINS, PHENOLIC PLASTICS, POLYESTER PLASTICS, BENZIMIDAZOLES, POLYMERS, SILICONE PLASTICS, INTERFACES, INTERACTIONS, MODULUS OF ELASTICITY, TENSILE PROPERTIES, FAILURE(MECHANICS), DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES, ULTRASONIC RADIATION, NUCLEAR RADIATION.
Subject Categories : Laminates and Composite Materials
Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE