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After dehydration of the sample, a recovery of interfacial shear strength is noted but not to the full level of the dry unexposed sample. If stress is applied in the wet state, a permanent irreversible loss in interfacial shear strength is noted. Although the ab- IMPa) 20"C y:-h^ Interfacial shear strength •105 Fig. 23. ~d Fig. 24. The interfacial shear strength of a surface treated (ASI) and a surface treated and coated (ASIC) fiber after saturation with moisture at 70 °C (WET), dehydration at 70 C (DEHY) and after being stressed wet and then dehydrated at 70 °C (DEHY) d-;w;-d(CT) Interfacial shear strength solute magnitudes are different, the relative changes in interfacial shear strength are about the same for both the surface treated and the surface treated and finished fiber.
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Epoxy resins and composites / 3. (1986). - 163 S. : Ill by Karel Dušek; A Apicella