A dynamic method has been used to estimate the thixotropic change in the viscoelastic properties of materials. The thixotropic recovery of the structure of a heavily filled rubber, destroyed by processing under stationary conditions, has been investigated. It is found that the relaxation spectrum changes during the recovery process.
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Yakovlev, Y.P., Briedis, I.P. Nondestructive investigation of the thixotropic recovery of unvulcanized heavily filled rubber. Polymer Mechanics 5, 484–486 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855179
- Stationary Condition
- Recovery Process
- Viscoelastic Property
- Dynamic Method