Would a glass cyllinder reinforced on the outside with tensioned glass fiber be more resistant to thermal shock than an unreinforced one? I understand that the failure happens when the glass starts to cool down and contracts, and reinforcement that limits the expansion in the first place should prevent the cracks from forming


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