2 edition of Non-linear effects at crack tipsin rubber-toughened poly(methyl methacrylate) found in the catalog.
Non-linear effects at crack tipsin rubber-toughened poly(methyl methacrylate)
|Statement||B. Rochapanon ; supervised by P.A. Lovell and R.J. Young.|
|Contributions||Lovell, P. A., Young, R.J.|
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Preparation and properties of water-borne crosslinkable acrylic contact adhesives by John Garrett (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide. TOUGHENING IN RUBBER TOUGHENED POLYMERS with rubber bridging across the crack surface. Con- sequently, a synergistic combination of processes seems to determine the rubber toughening of poly- mers.
This synergism distinguishes the substantial toughening that occurs in the presence of rubber from the modest influence of by: The effects of the amount of rubber, the concentration of fibres and the state of the fibre/matrix interface upon the mechanical behaviour of glass fibre/rubber-toughened nylon ternary blends are.
The toughening mechanism of rubber-modified nylon is discussed in terms of elastic-plastic analysis of the tensile deformation of a two-dimensional model having five octahedral disc inclusions of rubber, facing each other with the disc-to-disc ligament thickness being kept by:.