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Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 405–411 | Cite as

The use of polymers for model investigations based on dynamic photoelasticity

  • L. K. Malyshev
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Abstract

The possibility of taking the inelastic characteristics of polymeric and nonpolymeric materials into account in the photoelastic modeling of dynamical problems has been investigated. The proposed method is an approximate one based on the use of the Kelvin-Voigt model for both types of materials. The results of comparative experimental investigations of certain plane dynamical problems are presented and the experimental and theoretical data are compared.

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Polymer Experimental Investigation Model Investigation Dynamical Problem Theoretical Data 
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