RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE POLARIS PROGRAM. TASK I. INVESTIGATION OF FILAMENT WINDING PATTERNS.
Bi-monthly progress rept. no. 3, 24 Aug-24 Oct 63,
AEROJET-GENERAL CORP SACRAMENTO CALIF
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This is the third of a series of bimonthly reports describing progress in a program conducted to increase the understanding of the interrelation between chamber winding patterns and chamber behavior. All six of the isotensoid units required for this program have been fabricated. Three of the four units tested hydrostatically ruptured at pressures exceeding the design burst pressure. The data are being analyzed. An analysis that takes into consideration the strength of the resin in designing isotensoid filament-wound pressure vessels has been developed and programmed. Author