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Degradation behaviors of filament-winded composites have been evaluated under the accelerated environmental test of high temperature, water immersion and thermal impact conditions. Two kinds of laminated composites coated by an urethane resin have been used: carbon-fiber reinforced epoxy(T700/Epon-826, CFRP) and glass-fiber reinforced phenolic (E-glass/phenolic, GFRP). For tensile strength of 0o composites, CFRP showed little degradation while GFRP did high reduction by 25% under the influence of high temperature and water. However for water-immersed 90o composites tensile strength of both CFRP and GFRP showed high reduction. Bending strength and modulus of 90o composites were largely reduced in water-immersion as well as high temperature environment. Urethane coating on the composite surface improved the bending properties by 20%, however hardly showed such improvement for water-immersed 90o composites. In case of shear strength and modulus, both CFRP and GFRP showed high reduction by water-immersion test but did a slight increase by high temperature and thermal impact conditions.