## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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**TABLE**I EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL RESULTS FOR RIBBON GLASS LAMINATESa , b Mean strength ( ksi ) Standard deviation ( ksi ) No. of samples Sample type Exp . . Theory Exp . . Theory Single Sheets 5 Layer Laminate 10 Layer Laminate 28 7 ...Page 98

The results of a numerical solution of these equations for a plastic matrix utilizing the shear lag analysis for the local stress distribution [ Eq . ( 4 ) , for tm = 0 ] are given in

The results of a numerical solution of these equations for a plastic matrix utilizing the shear lag analysis for the local stress distribution [ Eq . ( 4 ) , for tm = 0 ] are given in

**Table**IV .**Table**IV also shows that the ...Page 250

To specify the qualitative microstructural state , it is necessary to select from

To specify the qualitative microstructural state , it is necessary to select from

**Table**I those features that exist in the structure . For example , a singlephase structure contains grains ( a ) , grain boundaries ( ac ) , edges ( aaa ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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