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Strain rate effects on the shear properties of a highly orientated thermoplastic composite material using a non contacting extensometry method – elasticity and strength

Papadakis, N. and Reynolds, N. and Pharaoh, M. and Wood, Paul and Smith, G.F. (2002) Strain rate effects on the shear properties of a highly orientated thermoplastic composite material using a non contacting extensometry method – elasticity and strength. In: MCM 2002, 2002-06-09 - 2002-06-13.

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Abstract

This presentation looks at strain rate effects on the shear properties of a highly orientated thermoplastic composite material using a non contacting extensometry method – elasticity and strength