Results are shown of an experimental study concerning the loading-rate characteristics and the temperature characteristics of acoustic emission in glass-plastic specimens.
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Tutan, M.Y., Adamovich, A.G. Predicting the breakdown of glass-plastics by the seismoacoustic method. Polymer Mechanics 11, 320–321 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00854746
- Experimental Study
- Acoustic Emission
- Temperature Characteristic
- Seismoacoustic Method