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Theories for the development of rolling textures in polyoxymethylene

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Abstract

Two alternative models for the development of texture in rolled polyoxymethylene are developed. The first proposes that slip systems in the crystalline phase are the main deformation mechanisms, and calculates crystal rotations on the assumption of a uniform stress state in rolling. The second develops Wilchinsky's model of rigid crystals rotating in a deforming amorphous matrix. The former is shown to be in better agreement with experimental data.

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Miles, M.J., Mills, N.J. Theories for the development of rolling textures in polyoxymethylene. J Mater Sci 10, 2092–2111 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00557488

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Experimental Data
  • Stress State
  • Crystalline Phase
  • Alternative Model