The correlations between the molecular structure and intermolecular energy and the fatigue and elastic properties of fibers are considered. It is shown that the maximum of these properties corresponds to an optimal value of the intermolecular energy.
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Perepelkin, K.E. Relationship between the molecular structure and certain mechanical properties of oriented polymers. Polymer Mechanics 5, 640–641 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00857250
- Mechanical Property
- Molecular Structure
- Elastic Property