Creep-deformation laws for certain rigid epoxies in pure shear at room temperature
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Experimental creep data are presented for certain modified epoxy compositions tested in pure shear. The nonlinear generalized Maxwell equation with allowance for-the discrete relaxation spectrum is used for a theoretical analysis of the experimental results. Descriptions are given of a method of determining the inelastic constants for the principal terms of the relaxation spectrum and a means of determining the “width” of the spectrum for rigid polymers.
KeywordsPolymer Epoxy Theoretical Analysis Maxwell Equation Pure Shear
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