Polycaprolactam hardening during cyclic loading
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It has been shown that two competitive processes occur during the fatigue of polycaprolactam under symmetrical tension—compression: the buildup of defects—weakening—and the hardening of the material as a consequence of the removal of the plasticizer and structural changes.
KeywordsFatigue Structural Change Polycaprolactam Cyclic Loading Competitive Process
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