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Fracture Mechanics of Polymers

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Ellis Horwood series in Engineering Science

Polymers in various forms are widely used in engineering. Thermoplastics usually include various stabilisers, fillers and toughening agents so that a wide range of properties are encountered. Thermosetting resins are used alone, but more frequently as the matrices of composites and rubbers, both natural and synthetic, are employed extensively in engineering in springs and damping mechanisms. In all cases occurrence of fracture is a major concern and this is reflected in the large number of tests which are used to simulate the various conditions which promote failure.

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PLU:
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Author(s):
Williams, JG
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0853126852
ISBN-13:
9780853126850
Publisher:
Ellis Horwood
Title:
Fracture Mechanics of Polymers

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Ellis Horwood series in Engineering Science

Polymers in various forms are widely used in engineering. Thermoplastics usually include various stabilisers, fillers and toughening agents so that a wide range of properties are encountered. Thermosetting resins are used alone, but more frequently as the matrices of composites and rubbers, both natural and synthetic, are employed extensively in engineering in springs and damping mechanisms. In all cases occurrence of fracture is a major concern and this is reflected in the large number of tests which are used to simulate the various conditions which promote failure.

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Williams, JG
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0853126852
ISBN-13:
9780853126850
Publisher:
Ellis Horwood
Title:
Fracture Mechanics of Polymers

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