This article examines the deviations of Zhurkov's long-time strength equation, obtained in processing test results, from experimental data with reference to the example of polyvinyl chloride film. As a possible approximation an inverse linear dependence of the coefficient γ on temperature is proposed which makes it possible to obtain close agreement with experiment and complete information on the long-time strength of a polymer material from tests at two temperatures.
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Ivanov, Y.M. Methods of analyzing the results of long-time strength tests on synthetic materials. Polymer Mechanics 1, 54–57 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00859456
- Experimental Data
- Polymer Material
- Linear Dependence