Conference of National Aviation University, AVIATION IN THE XXI-st CENTURY 2018

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Influence of working environment on strength properties of fibrous shell struc-tures by taking into account a temperature
Vyacheslav Astanin, Nazarii Bondar

Last modified: 2018-09-27

Abstract


Degradation of mechanical properties of composite materials, typical for the aviation industry, under influence of working environment and temperature taking into account geometrical sizes and type of fiber reinforcement is studied.


Keywords


composite; liquid; strength

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