High modulus polymers approaches to design and development

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  • Polymers -- Mechanical properties.,
  • Polymer liquid crystals.

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Includes bibliographies and index.

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Statementedited by Anagnostis E. Zachariades, Roger S. Porter.
SeriesPlastics engineering ;, 17, Plastics engineering (Marcel Dekker, Inc.) ;, 17.
ContributionsZachariades, Anagnostis E., 1950-, Porter, Roger Stephen, 1928-
LC ClassificationsTA455.P58 H54 1988
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Paginationxiv, 523 p. :
Number of Pages523
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Open LibraryOL2390780M
ISBN 100824777999
LC Control Number87020119

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This book has 14 chapters covering a wide range of fibers from inorganic to synthetic aliphatic, aromatic and cyclic polymeric fibers, and natural fibers that have been written by internationally recognized experts in their respective fields The high-modulus and high-strength fiber has to possess a high molecular orientation and a high crystallinity.

Fortunately, iPP can be easily drawn and crystallized up to fairly high degrees of orientation and crystallinity. The maximum values of Young’s modulus and tensile strength reported up to date are 36–40 GPa and GPa, :// Abstract.

Professor R. Porter of the University of the Massachusetts, who is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Polymer Science at the University of Southern Mississippi, presented a report on the generation and analysis of Polymer Morphologies and High Chain Extension at the Phillips :// Young's modulus is the slope of a stress-strain curve.

Stress-strain curves often are not straight-line plots, indicating that the modulus is changing with the amount of strain. In this case the initial slope usually is used as the modulus, as is illustrated in the diagram at the right.

Rigid materials, such as metals, have a high Young's :// Book • Edited by: Select 4 - Other high modulus-high tenacity (HM-HT) fibres from linear polymers.

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Wear. Journal. European These polymers range from those with supersoft, low-modulus to hard, high-modulus materials. Secondary isocyanate reactions further increase the complexity and broaden the application of these materials. Cellular polymers are most important, with flexible polyurethane and urethane–urea copolymers dominating the cushioning foam :// High-modulus polyethylene fibers can be made by solid-state drawing of high-density polyethylene.

These fibers are limited to temperatures of °F or lower. They have good moisture resistance, high impact resistance and attractive electrical properties (i.e., low dielectric constant and low loss tangent).

All polymers will undergo a transition from a glassy to a rubbery state at some temperature. This temperature is the glass transition temperature (T g). It coincides with segmental motion of the polymer chains and a 4–5 order of magnitude reduction in modulus.

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Emphasis is placed on research for the development of high tensile moduli from flexible chain polymers, with polyethylene used as an example.

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Recent research at Leeds University on high modulus polymers is reviewed. With the development of practical processes for melt spun and drawn ultra-high modulus polyethylene fibres, attention has been directed to improvements in creep behaviour, especially by electron beam cross-linking treatment, and in tensile strength by changes in molecular :// High Modulus Polymers: Approaches to Design and Development.

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Ward, Eds., Applied Science Publishers, London,pp The PIPBI film was found to be brittle when the DATFPBI content is too high. It should be mentioned that the PIPBI d film with 15% of DATFPBI still possessed high storage modulus of GPa at about °C, the good dynamic mechanical property is important for its applications in a high-temperature :// During the past century, the use of both natural and syn­ thetic polymers has been expanded to include more intricate applications, such as membranes, foams, medicinals, conductors, insulators, fibers, films, packaging and applications requiring high modulus at elevated  › Chemistry › Polymer Science.

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From a sci entific stand point it had been demonstrated that greater insight into both structure and properties could be obtained if an oriented polymer was prepared.

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The slope of the loading curve, analogous to Young's modulus in a tensile testing experiment, is called the storage modulus, E'.

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