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RIGID FOAM PLASTICS SHELTERS. STRUCTURAL TESTS OF REINFORCED FIBERGLASS PLASTICS BEAMS, HONEYCOMB FLOOR PANELS, AND EXPERIMENTAL GREENLAND BUILDING
ARMY ENGINEER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LABS FORT BELVOIR VA
This report covers structural tests to evaluate rigid foam plastics shelters. Based on the test results, it is concluded that a It is feasible to fabricate structural members by using fiberglass polyester skins over either polyurethane core or paper honeycomb core. b Bonding between the skins and the core material is of utmost importance in stressed-skin design.
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