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Title: Shear test fixture design for orthotropic materials

Author: Liu, Jen Y.;

Date: 2000

Source: Seventh International Conference on Composites Engineering, July 2-8, 2000, Denver, Colorado. [New Orleans? : International Community for Composites Engineering? ; University of New Orleans, College of Engineering?, 2000].:p. 553-554 : ill.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: This paper compares the Iosipescu shear test to its derivatives: the Wyoming, FPL, and Idaho shear tests.

Keywords: Bridges, Design, Shear, Strength testing, Comparisons, Orthotropic materials

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Liu, Jen Y. 2000. Shear test fixture design for orthotropic materials. Seventh International Conference on Composites Engineering, July 2-8, 2000, Denver, Colorado. [New Orleans? : International Community for Composites Engineering? ; University of New Orleans, College of Engineering?, 2000].:p. 553-554 : ill.

 


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