A description is given of a laboratory model, developed by the authors, of an apparatus intended for testing rigid polymeric materials in acoustocreep and acoustic fatigue at sonic and ultrasonic vibration frequencies in symmetrical and nonsymmetrical loading cycles.
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Daugste, C.L., Skalozub, S.L. & Urzhumtsev, Y.S. Electron-acoustic apparatus for investigating the acoustocreep and acoustic fatigue of rigid polymeric materials. Polymer Mechanics 7, 1013–1016 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855957
- Polymeric Material
- Vibration Frequency
- Ultrasonic Vibration
- Loading Cycle