1995-03-01

A Model for Analyzing Cracking of Coatings 951137

A method for analyzing cracking in the finish coatings on aircraft composite parts is described. The method is based on a model in which cracking is caused by hygrothermal tensile strain induced by cold and dry conditions, enhanced by creep relaxation of hygrothermal compressive stress from hot wet conditions.

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