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Deformation and Yielding

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Abstract

The theory of rubber toughening presented in Chapter 7 provides a basis for the discussion of the general deformation behaviour of rubber-modified plastics at large strains. The present chapter develops the themes of multiple crazing and interaction with shear bands, by considering the mechanical properties of HIPS, ABS and other toughened plastics, as displayed in creep, tensile, multiaxial and fatigue tests.

Keywords

Shear Band Creep Rate Creep Test Rubber Particle Shear Band Formation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MaterialsCranfield Institute of TechnologyCranfield, BedfordEngland

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