Prediction of Changes in the Strength of Fiberglass-Cement Composites with Time

Rabinovich, F. N.
January 2003
Glass & Ceramics;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 60 Issue 1/2, p57
Academic Journal
A method for predicting variations in the carrying capacity of composites based on cement matrices using different types of fiberglass as reinforcing components is developed. The method can be used in designing fiber- glass-cement building structures intended for long-time service.


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