Mechanical Properties and Testing of Polymers [E-Book] : An A–Z Reference / edited by G. M. Swallowe.
Swallowe, G. M., (editor)
Dordrecht : Springer, 1999
XIV, 302 p. online resource.
englisch
9789401592314
10.1007/978-94-015-9231-4
Polymer Science and Technology Series ; 3
Full Text
Table of Contents:
  • 1:Accuracy and Errors
  • 2:Adhesion of Elastomers
  • 3:Adiabatic Shear Instability: Observations and Experimental Techniques
  • 4:Adiabatic Shear Instability: Theory
  • 5:Alloys and Blends
  • 6:Amorphous Polymers
  • 7:Crazing
  • 8:Creep
  • 9:Crystalline Polymers
  • 10:Crystallinity
  • 11:Ductile-Brittle Transition
  • 12:Dynamic Mechanical Analysis Techniques and Complex Modulus
  • 13:Electron Microscopy applied to the Study of Polymer Deformation
  • 14:Environmental Effects
  • 15:Falling Weight Impact Tests
  • 16:Falling Weight Impact Testing Equipment
  • 17:Falling Weight Impact Testing Principles
  • 18:Fast Fracture in Polymers
  • 19:Fatigue
  • 20:The Finite Element Method
  • 21:Flow Properties of Molten Polymers
  • 22:Fracture Mechanics
  • 23:Friction
  • 24:Glass Transition
  • 25:Hardness and Normal Indentation of Polymers
  • 26:The Hopkinson Bar
  • 27:Impact Strength
  • 28:Impact and Rapid Crack Propagation Measurement Techniques
  • 29:Manipulation of Poisson’s Ratio
  • 30:Measurement of Creep
  • 31:Measurement of Poisson’s Ratio
  • 32:Molecular Weight Distribution and Mechanical Properties
  • 33:Molecular Weight Distribution: Characterisation by GPC
  • 34:Monte Carlo Techniques
  • 35:Monte Carlo Techniques applied to Polymer Deformation
  • 36:Neutron Scattering
  • 37:Non Elastic Deformation during a Mechanical Test
  • 38:Plasticisers
  • 39:Poisson’s Ratio
  • 40:Polymer Models
  • 41:Recovery of Glassy Polymers
  • 42:Relaxations in Polymers
  • 43:Sensors and Transducers
  • 44:Slow Crack Growth and Fracture
  • 45:Slow Crack Growth and Fracture: Measurement Techniques
  • 46:Standards for Polymer Testing
  • 47:Strain Rate Effects
  • 48:Stress and Strain
  • 49:Structure-Property Relationships: Glassy Polymers
  • 50:Structure-Property Relationships: Large Strain
  • 51:Structure-Property Relationships: Rubbery Polymers
  • 52:Tensile and Compressive Testing
  • 53:Thermoplastics and Thermosets
  • 54:Time-Temperature Equivalence
  • 55:Torsion and Bend Tests
  • 56:Toughening
  • 57:Ultrasonic Techniques
  • 58:Viscoelasticity
  • 59:Wear
  • 60:X-Ray scattering Methods in the Study of Polymer Deformation
  • 61:Yield and Plastic Deformation
  • Appendix 1: Further Reading-Selected Bibliography
  • Appendix 2: Glossary
  • Appendix 3: Table of mechanical properties.