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About Theoretical Strength of Materials

  • Ahad Kh JanahmadovEmail author
  • Maksim Javadov
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Part of the Materials Forming, Machining and Tribology book series (MFMT)

Abstract

In almost all applications of polymers, strength is the main characteristic of polymeric materials. Hence, the material designers and technologist, who use and manufacture those materials, are primarily interested in factors which determine the strength of final products under operational conditions. Under strength, we refer the ability of the body to withstand a destruction as result of the action of external forces. The external forces causing a destruction could be of various nature. Thus, the failure of polymeric materials under the electric field determines its electric strength. If a failure occurs as result of the mechanical forces, then we speak of the mechanical strength. Hereafter, under strength, we will only mean the mechanical strength, and under failure (destruction) of material, the disruption in the material’s internal structural continuity and its further separation as result of applied mechanical forces. The design feature also has a great impact on strength. Hence, polymers which were perfectly effective in one type of designs, may not necessarily have the same level of effectiveness under different designs. Until recently, the machine designers were constrained in creating a type of machines by the limited choice of materials available at their disposal. Nowadays, it is possible to create materials with specifically designed properties.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Aviation AcademyBakuAzerbaijan
  2. 2.BakuAzerbaijan

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