DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF IMPROVED RESINS FOR FILAMENT WOUND PLASTICS.
Quarterly rept. no. 2,
UNITED STATES POLYMERIC CHEMICALS INC SANTA ANA CALIF
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There are other requirements for pre-impregnated materials in addition to their uniformity, handling convenience, excellent physical and chemical properties and reproducibility. One of these requirements is an increased stability at room temperature. Thus, polymers which affordrrd a a droffa hcihich afford a longer shelf life are being evaluated. Emphasis was also placed on two additional areas the developmemment of pre-impregnated roving for deep submergence applications, where increased physical strength is needed, and the development of pre-impregnated materials to be used for ablative applications. Author