Development Of Heat-Resistant Interlayer Material For Laminated Glass

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Report Number: WADC TR 52-304
Author(s): Bjorksten, Johan, Yaeger, Luther L., Roth, Robert J.
Corporate Author(s): Bjorksten Research Lab Inc Madison WI
Date of Publication: 1952-02
Pages: 52
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Identifier: AD0020093

Mylar was the most effective heat-resistant interlayer material investigated for aircraft laminated glass. The material withstood 4000 F for 2 hr without deleterious effects. Mylar-glass laminates maintained shatter resistance throughout the range of -65 to 400 F under simulated flight conditions. Epoxy-type adhesives produced the best bonding between Mylar and glass. Other polymers which were tested displayed insufficient thermal stability and/or poor optical properties.

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