Elevated Temperature Capability of Epoxy Resins: Issues and Developments
Issues and developments regarding the elevated temperature capability of epoxy resins used as matrix materials for fiber reinforced polymer composites and adhesive bonding applications in civil construction are reviewed. Glass transition temperature and creep rupture are the main focus.
|Work Title||Elevated Temperature Capability of Epoxy Resins: Issues and Developments|
|Subtitle||Proc. US-South America Workshop on Innovative Materials for Civil Infrastructure, Research and Education, , M. M. Lopez, Ed., National Science Foundation, 13-15 Oct. 2008, Santiago, Chile,|
|Creators||Charles E Bakis|
|Keyword||Glass transition temperature, creep, epoxy, adhesive, FRP, moisture, nanoreinforcement|
|License||Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)|
|Publication Date||October 2008|
|Deposited||February 09, 2021 13:43|
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