Performance of Plastic Packaging for Hazardous Materials Transportation: Final Report
Department of Transportation, Materials Transportation Bureau, Office of Hazardous Materials Operations, 1976 - Hazardous substances
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acia actual container additivity of damage applied stress ASTM behavior C0NTAINERS CD CD chemical cold-drawing constant rate container design corrosive liquids cracking D0T tests density depends determined drop height drop test elongation equation factors failure figure 7.l hazardous materials hexane hydrochloric muriatic Hydrofluoric acid Hydrofluosilicic acid 173.265 Hydrogen peroxide Hydrogen peroxide solution hydrostatic pressure impact strength Increases Japanese Industrial Standard lading lifetime linear Liquid organic peroxides Loading Experiments material properties mechanical properties melt index molded molecular weight distribution oxidative packaging Peracetic acid permeation phosphine oxide plastic containers Polyethylene Sample polymer predict preload present D0T procedures properties of polyethylene rate of loading regulations resin result reuse room temperature sainon Section shown in figure sodium chlorite Specimens from Sample strain stress histories STRESS kgf/cm2 stress-cracking agent Stress-Strain Curve Sulfuric acid Table 2.l tensile strength test methods time-to-break study Time-to-Break Versus Static time-to-fail Versus Static Load