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Critical Strain

  • J. Pohrt

Abstract

The properties of a frozen polymer melt can only be properly understood and described after considering the rheology of the glassy state. In the following we shall consider flow processes during mechanical loading as well as the effect of the processing history on the mechanical properties of plastics. It will be seen that a combination of the results obtained affords an insight which has important theoretical and practical implications.

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Critical Strain Flexural Test Aggressive Medium Apply Science Publisher Polymer Rheology 
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© Applied Science Publishers Ltd 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Pohrt
    • 1
  1. 1.Materials Testing Department (Polymers)BASFLudwigshafenFederal Republic of Germany

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