BS EN 2747:1998 - Glass fibre reinforced plastics. Tensile test

BS EN 2747:1998

Glass fibre reinforced plastics. Tensile test

Status : Current   Published : November 1998



Standard NumberBS EN 2747:1998
TitleGlass fibre reinforced plastics. Tensile test
Publication Date15 November 1998
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 2747:1998
Draft Superseded By89/71840 DC
DescriptorsAir transport engineering, Space technology, Glass fibres, Reinforced materials, Plastics, Thermosetting polymers, Thermoplastic polymers, Tensile testing, Tensile strength, Tensile strain, Tensile stress, Modulus of elasticity, Test equipment, Test specimens, Dimensions, Classification systems, Shape, Specimen preparation, Testing conditions, Test atmospheres, Dimensional measurement, Formulae (mathematics), Designations
Title in FrenchPlastiques renforces au verre textile. Essai de traction
Title in GermanGlasfaserverstaerkte Kunststoffe. Zugversuch
ISBN0 580 30716 6
File Size471.6 KB

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