1963-01-01

Predicting Metal Stresses From Plastic Models 630462

The use of plastic scale models to determine metal stress in automotive equipment is an increasingly important consideration from the standpoint of saved time and reduced costs and space requirements. The Chrysler Corp. has developed a plastic model technique that provedes good correlation with full scale results. Its development and application are described.

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