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Buildup of failures in polymers on micro- and macrolevels

Abstract

The buildup of damage in polymers has been studied by mechanical and structural—analytical methods. A method of programmed loading has been developed which makes it possible to make an estimate of damage buildup in macroscopic experiments. A comparison has been performed of kinetic curves of failure buildup on molecular and macroscopic levels. It is shown that the kinetic equations where the rate of failure is basically initiated by true stress qualitatively follow the experimental curves for failure buildup on micro- and macrolevels.

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"Plastpolimer" Scientific-Manufacturing Association, Leningrad. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 2, pp. 263–268, March–April, 1976.

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Gol'dman, A.Y., Khaikin, S.Y. Buildup of failures in polymers on micro- and macrolevels. Polymer Mechanics 12, 227–231 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00856457

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Kinetic Equation
  • Experimental Curve
  • Kinetic Curf
  • True Stress