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ISO 14130

Fibre-Reinforced Plastic Composites - Determination of Apparent Interlaminar Shear Strength by Short-Beam Method

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 December 1997
Status: active
Page Count: 14
ICS Code (Reinforced plastics): 83.120
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This International Standard specifies a procedure for determining the apparent interlaminar shear strength of fibre-reinforced plastic composites by the short-beam method.

The method is suitable for use with fibre-reinforced plastic composites with a thermoset or a thermoplastic matrix, providing interlaminar shear failure is obtained.

NOTE - When using other than laminated materials which are not symmetrical and balanced, the results may be affected by various couplings such as extension/bending, bending/twisting, etc.

The method is not suitable for the determination of design parameters, but may be used for screening materials, or as a quality-control test.

Document History

ISO 14130
December 15, 1997
Fibre-Reinforced Plastic Composites - Determination of Apparent Interlaminar Shear Strength by Short-Beam Method
This International Standard specifies a procedure for determining the apparent interlaminar shear strength of fibre-reinforced plastic composites by the short-beam method. The method is suitable for...
December 15, 1997
Fibre-Reinforced Plastic Composites - Determination of Apparent Interlaminar Shear Strength by Short-Beam Method
A description is not available for this item.
January 1, 1989
Textile Glass Reinforced Plastics - Determination of Apparent Interlaminar Shear Properties by Short-Beam Test First Edition
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