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Application Of Fracture Mechanics To Polymers Adhesives And Composi : Volume 33 - D.R Moore

Application Of Fracture Mechanics To Polymers Adhesives And Composi

Volume 33

By: D.R Moore

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Published: 18th December 2003
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Beginning with an overview of the performance of polymer materials, these papers address the manner in which fractures occur in a range of related materials including adhesives and composite materials.

"All the papers are presented at a high scientific level, and each contains useful tables and figures. This volume is recommended to all interested in the field of fracture mechanics of polymers." D. Feldman, Polymer News, Volume 1, 2004

Editorial Team Affiliations
Introductionp. 1
Ductile-Brittle Fracture Transitions in Polyethersulphonep. 7
The Application of Fracture Mechanics to the Fatigue Crack Propagation of Toughened Thermosetsp. 17
Fracture Mechanical Behavior of Thermoplastic Polymers as a Function of Molecular and Supermolecular Variablesp. 25
Failure of Polymers by Rupture versus Disentanglement of Moleculesp. 31
Rate Dependent Fracture of Polymers - Applicability and Limitations of Force Based Fracture Mechanics Approachesp. 39
Creep Crack Growth in High Density Polyethylenep. 47
Plastic Zone Corrected LEFM: Benefits and Limitsp. 55
Why Ductile Thermoplastics Sometimes Fracture Under Impactp. 63
Rate and Temperature Effects on Fracture Toughness of Polystyrene at Varying Molecular Massp. 71
Applicability of Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics to Fatigue in Amorphous and Semi-Crystalline Polymersp. 83
Comparison between Material Toughness and Component Toughnessp. 93
The Engineering Design of Water Storage Tanksp. 97
Critical Pressure for Rapid Crack Propagation in Thermoplastic Water Pipep. 103
The Use of Fracture Mechanics to Assess Plastics Pressure Pipe Materialsp. 109
Materials Selection Using Fracture Mechanicsp. 121
Peel Strength and Adhesive Fracture Toughnessp. 131
Prediction of Ductile-Brittle Transitions in Coating Materialsp. 137
The Durability of Adhesive Joints in Hostile Environmentsp. 143
The Influence of Adhesive Bond Line Thickness on the Toughness of Adhesive Jointsp. 149
Adhesive Joint Strength Prediction for Composite Designp. 157
The Role of the Interphase and its Residual Stresses in the Determination of Fracture Toughnessp. 163
Scratch Resistance and Embrittlement of Coated Polymeric Systemsp. 171
Evaluation of the Interfacial Strength in Polymeric Systemsp. 179
The Use of Fracture Mechanics Techniques to Predict the Service Life of Adhesive Jointsp. 187
Residual Stress Effects in Fracture of Composites and Adhesivesp. 193
Toughness Comparisons With and Without Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanicsp. 201
Finite Fracture Mechanics of Matrix Microcracking in Compositesp. 207
Fracture Mechanics of the Microbond and Pull-Out Testsp. 213
Fracture Anisotropyp. 219
Determination of Interface Adhesion in Single-Fibre Pull-Out and Microbond Experimentsp. 227
Microstructure Dependent Fracture and Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior in Injection-Molded Short Fiber-Reinforced Thermoplasticsp. 233
A Stiffener Debonding Study Using Fracture Mechanics Datap. 241
The Influence of Epoxy-Metal Interphase Properties on Fracture Toughnessp. 249
Fracture Tests to Optimise Marine Composite Manufacturingp. 257
Suppression of Initiation of Delamination Cracking in Unidirectional Composites by Self-Same Resin Interleavingp. 265
Suppression of Propagation of Delamination Cracking in Unidirectional Composites by Z-Fiber Pinningp. 273
Author Indexp. 279
Subject Indexp. 281
Author Affiliationsp. 285
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ISBN: 9780080442051
ISBN-10: 0080442056
Series: European Structural Integrity Society
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 298
Published: 18th December 2003
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 16.5  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.6