Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp 696–700 | Cite as

Effect of supermolecular structure on the relaxation properties of polyformaldehyde in tension and compression

  • I. G. Kuznetsova
  • V. V. Kovriga
  • R. G. Gumen
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Abstract

An experimental investigation of the stress relaxation at various strain values in polyformaldehyde blocks has revealed two regions with different stress relaxation mechanisms. The effect of the supermolecular structure on each of these regions is discussed.

Keywords

Experimental Investigation Stress Relaxation Relaxation Mechanism Polyformaldehyde Relaxation Property 

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  • I. G. Kuznetsova
  • V. V. Kovriga
  • R. G. Gumen

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