## Mechanical properties of polymers |

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Models.... 103 Cold-Drawing 105 Effects of Temperature and Plasticizers 108

Effects Due to Speed of Testing Ill ^✓Rubbers 113 Properties of Various

Polymers and Effect of Structure. 115 Appendix. Stress-Strain Behavior of a

Models.... 103 Cold-Drawing 105 Effects of Temperature and Plasticizers 108

Effects Due to Speed of Testing Ill ^✓Rubbers 113 Properties of Various

Polymers and Effect of Structure. 115 Appendix. Stress-Strain Behavior of a

**Maxwell Unit**.Page 121

STRESS-STRAIN MEASUREMENTS 121 Appendix Stress-Strain Behavior of a

If the rate of elongation dt/dt is a constant K, the above equation can be ...

STRESS-STRAIN MEASUREMENTS 121 Appendix Stress-Strain Behavior of a

**Maxwell Unit**The differential equation of a**Maxwell Unit**is dt \ da a _ ir-Ej^v (515)If the rate of elongation dt/dt is a constant K, the above equation can be ...

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Appendix B Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of a

motion of a

is + + (7.K) dt Edt r, Edl tE since i) — tE. The strain or deformation is t, the stress is

a ...

Appendix B Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of a

**Maxwell Unit**The equation ofmotion of a

**Maxwell unit**with a spring constant E and a dashpot with a viscosity nis + + (7.K) dt Edt r, Edl tE since i) — tE. The strain or deformation is t, the stress is

a ...

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### Contents

Chapter y introduction to Mechanical Behavior | 1 |

Chapter Transitions in High Polymers | 11 |

Chapter 3 Creep | 47 |

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