Hey guys, I'm trying to get G12 of a cured composite. The fibers are weave, so is there a special formula I can use to find G12 (Huber's Formula?).. or is it only determined experimentally. Let's assume there's no data sheet for the material, and currently I have E1 (which equals E2) and poissons...
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