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Creep of fluoroplastic in shear with application of hydrostatic pressure

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1. It has been shown that under a deformation regime with Vɛxy = const, with an increase in shear deformation the effect of the action of hydrostatic pressure rises. A considerable effect of pressure on the character of the shear diagram is observed in the pressure region above 500 kgf/cm2.

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Leningrad Technological Institute of the Refrigeration Industry. Okhtinsk Scientific-Manufacturing Union “Plastpolimer” Leningrad. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 5, pp. 812–818, September–October, 1977.

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Ol'khovik, O.E., Gol'dman, A.Y. Creep of fluoroplastic in shear with application of hydrostatic pressure. Polymer Mechanics 13, 679–684 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00860317

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Keywords

  • Hydrostatic Pressure
  • Shear Deformation
  • Pressure Region
  • Considerable Effect
  • Pressure Rise