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Volume/Shear Interaction in Glassy Polymers

Knauss, W. G. (1998) Volume/Shear Interaction in Glassy Polymers. In: Progress and Trends in Rheology V. Springer-Verlag , Heidelberg, p. 21. ISBN 978-3-642-51064-9. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20200716-135556381

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Abstract

It has been demonstrated in the past that the nonlinear time- or rate-dependent shear behavior of glassy polymers is susceptible to volumetric changes. Following from models based on free volume effects in the glass transition range it has been shown analytically that many effects of nonlinear behavior could possibly be traced to volumetric changes and associated dilatational internal clock mechanisms.


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Subject Keywords:Glass Transition Temperature; Creep Rate; Maximum Shear Stress; Shear Behavior; Glassy Polymer
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