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EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF RESIDUAL STRESSES IN WINDING UNIDIRECTIONAL GLASS-FIBER-REINFORCED PLASTICS (EKSPERIMENTALNOE OPREDELENIE OSTATOCHNYKH NAPRYAZHENII PRI NAMOTKE ODNONAPRAVLENNYKH STEKLOPLASTIKOV),
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Results of experimental research on residual stresses in prestressed systems wound in the form of rings on one-directional glass strips are given. The dependence of residual stress values on the tension applied to a strip in winding was derived. The primary tension of a glass strip in the main stages of fabrication of an article was shown. Test results on the rupture of freely wound rings are given. Author
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