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Methods of Combustion Theory in the Mechanics of Deformation, Flow, and Fracture of Polymers

  • G. I. Barenblatt

Abstract

The mathematical combustion theory — aerothermochemistry — has developed a variety of concepts and approaches asymptotic in their nature which have enabled one to construct, for some important problems, a qualitative theory of the phenomenon and have formed the basis for directed experiment. It has been found recently that there exists an intimate relationship between the combustion theory and the mechanics of polymers. Because of this relationship it is possible to use directly and successfully the concepts and approaches of the combustion theory in the mechanics of polymers. In the present work, the relationship between the mechanics of polymers and the combustion theory is discussed from the general point of view; a survey of the most instructive work is given, in which the concepts and methods of the combustion theory are applied to the problems of deformation, flow, and fracture of polymers.

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Flame Propagation Thermal Explosion Strong Temperature Dependence Combustion Theory Microstructural Element 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. I. Barenblatt
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  1. 1.Institute of MechanicsMoscow UniversityMoscowUSSR

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