Toughened Plastics II: Novel Approaches in Science and Engineering
C. Keith Riew, Anthony J. Kinloch
American Chemical Society, May 5, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 400 pages
Discusses new developments in the theoretical and practical approaches of toughness in thermosets and thermoplastics. Covers review and reports of world-recognized scientists on the latest advances in toughening science and technology. Provides a review of the principles of toughening and discusses synthetic approaches to the modification of plastics for scientists and engineers. Examines the applications of fracture mechanics and failure mechanisms in order to better understand and improve toughening. Details the effects of microstructure, morphology, and mechanical properties on performance of plastics.
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Structural Adhesives: Developments in resins and primers
Anthony J. Kinloch
No preview available - 1986
BimodalDistribution Models of the Discrete Phase
Preformed Particles as Tougheners
Influence of Adhesive Strength upon Crack Trapping in Brittle
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acrylic adhesion American Chemical Society BCB-MI behavior bisphenol cavitation compatibilized composites core-shell crack propagation crazes cross-linked CTBN cured curve debonding decrease DGEBA diameter diblock copolymer dilatation bands dispersed distribution effect electron epoxy matrix epoxy resin ETBN experimental filler formation formulations fracture stress fracture surface fracture toughness g/mol higher hydrostatic images impact strength increase initial interface interparticle distance Kinloch Kraton liquid rubbers LLDPE loading materials matrix measured mechanical properties micrographs microscopic miscibility modified modulus molecular weight morphology parameters phase inversion phase separation plastic deformation PMMA Polym polymeric polystyrene ratio rubber content rubber particles rubber-toughened samples SEBS shear shown in Figure shows silicon specimens spheres strain rate stress concentration stress-strain stress-strain curve stress-whitening structure tensile test test speed thermal shock thermal shock resistance thermoplastic thermosets tion Toughened Plastics toughening mechanisms toughening particles Two-phase values viscosity void volume fraction yield stress Young's modulus zone