Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp 651–653 | Cite as

A polymer film hardening effect

  • V. E. Basin
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Abstract

It is shown that a polyester film incapable of forced high-elastic deformation can be subjected to such deformation by stretching a film-substrate system. The resulting oriented structure is stable and on being measured from the substrate, the film exhibits a hardening effect. In this case contact with and adhesion to the substrate are a necessary condition for the development of the latent potential of the film.

Keywords

Polymer Polymer Film Hardening Effect Latent Potential Oriented Structure 

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