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Diffusion-controlled stress relaxation of swollen rubber-like networks.

David Engel Knibbe

Diffusion-controlled stress relaxation of swollen rubber-like networks.

by David Engel Knibbe

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Published by Rotterdam University Press in [Rotterdam] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elastomers.,
  • Stress relaxation.,
  • Diffusion.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[By] D. E. Knibbe. With a foreword by W. Prins.
    SeriesStudies in chemistry. Polymer science,, v. 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD381 .K56
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p.
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4618071M
    LC Control Number77423805

    Constitutive Models for Rubber X is a comprehensive compilation of nearly all oral and poster contributions to the European Conference on Constitutive Models for Rubber (Munich, August ). The 95 highly topical contributions reflect the state of-the-art in material modelling and testing of elastomers. THE ROLE OF STRESS AND DIFFUSION IN STRUCTURE FORMATION IN SEMICONDUCTORS by Mathieu Bouville A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Materials Science and Engineering) in The University of Michigan Doctoral Committee: Assistant Professor Michael Falk, Chair.

    IUPAC and SI nomenclature is used throughout the book. (10)Diffusion Controlled Stress-Relaxation of erties of Polyester Coatings istry, Polymer Science No. 2, Swollen . Etude du gonflement de gels réticulés préparés par copolymérisation séquencée anionique Article in Die Makromolekulare Chemie (1) - .

    For one-dimensional slab geometry, the swelling is diffusion controlled for n ≤ , known as Fickian diffusion, where the rate of network relaxation is faster than the rate of diffusion. For n = , water transport is controlled by the rate of relaxation of the polymer network where the rate of diffusion is faster than rate of network. Figure 8: Stress relaxation test on a Chloroprene rubber with 15 pph carbon black. Strain rate ˙ = − s−1, relaxation time s. Figure 9 illustrates the dependence of the relaxation behavior on the prior strain rate. The graph shows that after 10 minutes relaxation the stress has significantly approached what ap-Cited by:


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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link); http://oai Author: D.E. Knibbe. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: D.E.

(author) Knibbe. The “chemical” relaxation of stress either in Amilan (6-Nylon) or polyvinyl alcohol caused by penetration of water vapor was studied at 40% R. and temperatu 30, and 50° C.

A theory was presented of the chemical relaxation in a polymer which comprises penetrant-sensitive bonds as the crosslinkages between the molecular chains. This theory assumes the Cited by: network scission and 1i)rmation during ageing. The stress relaxation behaviour of' short jute tibrt: nitrile rubber composites has been studied by Rhaga\varl ef a/.

[8j, and reported the existence of a tvTestage relaxation pattern. Stress relaxation behaviour of File Size: KB. Stress relaxation measurements in tension are potentially an elegant way of assessing the accelerated ageing characteristics of rubbers.

Generally, relatively specialised and expensive test equipment is required and this has perhaps contributed to the lack of widespread adoption of stress relaxation as a routine by: 4.

Vulcanized rubbers subjected to constant deformation undergo a marked relaxation of stress. Low temperature deformation is due to slow attainment of equilibrium in a viscous medium[6] whereas high temperature relaxation is caused by chemical reaction of various kinds that lead to scission of the network chains or crosslinks[7].

The presedtFile Size: KB. Ageing and lifetime estimation of rubber materials by stress relaxation Göran Spetz Presented at Manchester Polymer Group seminar (i.e.%relaxation) (R) = reproducibility in % Table 1 Precision ITP ISO Stress relaxation, Elastocon AB Stress Relaxation b:9 Repeatability One rig different test Size: 3MB.

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Network evolution model of anisotropic stress softening in filled rubber-like materials: Parameter identification and finite element implementation. Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vol.

7, Issue.p. Author: James E. Mark, Burak Erman. Prediction of Stress Relaxation for Compression and Torsion Springs [D. Chang] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 1 Tensile stress relaxation and recovery behavior of a cross-linked EPDM rubber matrix loaded with different fillers Françoise Ehrburger-Dolle*1, Isabelle Morfin1, Françoise Bley2, Frédéric Livet2, Gert Heinrich3, Luc Piché4, Mark Sutton4 1Univ.

Grenoble 1 / CNRS, LIPhy UMRGrenoble, F, France 2SIMaP, UMR Grenoble INP / CNRS / UJF, Saint Cited by: The stress of a transient network usually includes two parts, the elastic stress and the viscous stress, σ ela + σ vis, since the plastic flow could be an essential part of the mechanical response.

The origins of the viscous part σ vis are complex, and might include nonaffine movement of the cross-links, dynamics of entanglements and. Stress–relaxation is a well-established mechanism for laboratory skin stretching, with limited clinical application in conventional suturing techniques due to the inherent, concomitant induction of ischemia, necrosis and subsequent suture failure.

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Influence of the crosslink network structure on stress‐relaxation behavior: Viscoelastic modeling of the compression set experiment. Joubert. Laboratoire des Matériaux Polymères et Biomatériaux, UMR, ISTIL, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon 1, 43 Bvd du 11 NovembreVilleurbanne cedex, France.

The book covers the fatigue testing of specimens, curve fitting of equations to the test data, and the use of such equations in life prediction. Earlier chapters are background in the nature of rubber, history of its usage, brief mention of types of rubber and manufacturing methods.

Stress-strain testing and behavior will be covered to the extent relevant to fatigue analysis. cyclic stress relaxation per decade. Plotting the rate of stress relaxation per decade against the maximum average strain energy density attained in the cycle reduces the data measured in different deformation modes for both simple test pieces and components to a single curve.

This approach allows the cyclic stress relaxation in a real. Long time stress relaxation of filled amorphous networks under uniaxial tension: dynamic constrained junction model.

Plastics, Rubber and Composites38 (8), DOI: /X Javier Sacristan Bermejo, Carmen Mijangos by:. — The excluded volume in the theory of deformation of swollen network polymers.

Vysokomolekul. 62, (). CrossRef Google Scholar. Knibbe, D. E.: Diffusion-controlled stress relaxation of swollen rubberlike networks. Rotterdam: University Press Structure and elasticity of non-crystalline polymer networks. In Cited by: The absorption performance and structure of superabsorbents prepared from carboxylated nanocellulose are strongly influenced by the rate of water remo.Stress relaxation testing provides a methodology for investigating the viscoelasticity of rubber or rubberlike materials.

Certain structural characteristics that have been demonstrated to be evaluated by this test method are: (1) average molecular weight, (2) molecular weight distribution, (3) linearity or chain branching, (4) gel content, and (5) monomer ratio.