Effect of service temperature on the shear creep response of rigid polyurethane foam used in composite sandwich floor panels

@inproceedings{Garrido2016EffectOS,
  title={Effect of service temperature on the shear creep response of rigid polyurethane foam used in composite sandwich floor panels},
  author={Mario Garrido and Jo{\~a}o R. Correia and Thomas J. Keller},
  year={2016}
}
This paper presents an experimental and analytical study about the effect of temperature on the shear creep response of a rigid polyurethane (PUR) foam within the scope of sandwich panel application in building floors. Shear creep tests were carried out on a foam (87.4 kg/m(3)) subjected to shear stress levels of 11%, 22% and 44% of its shear strength at temperatures of 20 degrees C, 24 degrees C and 28 degrees C - a range likely to be found in the envisaged application - for more than 1300 h… CONTINUE READING

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