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CLOTH, ORGANIC FIBER (PARA-ARAMID), HIGH MODULUS For Structural Composites
- Aerospace Material Specification
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This specification covers cloth woven from high-modulus, continuous, multifilament yarn.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 1||Construction of Woven Organic Cloth|
|TABLE 2||Classification of Imperfections|
|TABLE 3||Weight Tolerances|
|TABLE 4A||Thickness Tolerances, Inch/Pound Units|
|TABLE 4B||Thickness Tolerances, SI Units|
|TABLE 5A||Sample Size, Inch/Pound Units|
|TABLE 5B||Sample Size, SI Units|
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|AMS3901C||Organic Fiber (Para-Aramid), Yarn and Roving, High Modulus|
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