5 edition of Physics and mechanics of amorphous polymers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||QC173.4.P65 P4713 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||99227348|
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Topics covered in this text include: structural aspects of polymers; molecular mobility in amorphous solid polymers; non-elastic deformation of solid amorphous polymers; mechanical experiments; interpretation of results; physical ageing of amorphous polymers; and glass by: Book Description Topics covered in this text include: structural aspects of polymers; molecular mobility in amorphous solid polymers; non-elastic deformation of solid amorphous polymers; mechanical experiments; interpretation of results; physical ageing of amorphous polymers; and glass transition.
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First Published eBook Published 27 April Author: Jo Perez. Physics and mechanics of amorphous polymers (Book, )  Get this from a library. Physics and mechanics of amorphous polymers. Polymers in Molten State and in Solid Stale -- Arrangement of MacrOmolecules -- Intermolecular Interaction: Cohesion in Solid Polymers -- Concept of Physical Defects in Solid Amorphous Polymers -- Concept of point defects -- Linear defects -- 4.
Buy Physics and Mechanics of Amorphous Polymers by Jo Perez from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Polymer physics is one of the key courses not only in polymer science but also in material science.
In his textbook Strobl presents the elements of polymer physics to the necessary extent in a very didactical way. His main focus is on the concepts and major phenomena of polymer physics, not just on mere physical methods.
Demonstrating through examples, this book presents a mechanism-based perspective on the physics and mechanics of polymers.” Viscoelastic relaxations in amorphous polymers The α-relaxation The free-volume model of the α-relaxation Polymers which are crystalline are usually opaque or translucent.
As a polymer becomes less polycrystalline, it becomes more transparent, whilst an amorphous polymer is usually transparent. Elasticity. In some polymers, such as polyethene, the chains are folded up. When they are stretched, the chains unravel, stretching without breaking.
Since the publication of the first edition of The Physics of Glassy Polymers there have been substantial developments in both the theory and application of polymer physics, and many new materials have been introduced.
Furthermore, in this large and growing field of knowledge, glassy polymers are of particular interest because of their homogeneous structure, which is fundamentally. Yurii Grigor'evich Yanovskii, DSc, is director of Institute of Applied Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
He is a specialist in the field of physics and chemistry of polymers, composites, and polymer materials. The majority of his publications are concerned with the mechanical properties of polymers.
Molecular-dynamics (MD) simulations have been performed for two amorphous polymers with extremely different mechanical properties, atactic polystyrene (PS) and bisphenol A polycarbonate (PC), in the isotropic state and under load.
The glass transition temperatures, Young moduli, yield stresses and strain-hardening moduli are calculated and compared to the experimental data.
The semi-crystalline polymer is full of spherulites which composed of crystalline lamellas surrounded by amorphous molecular chains as shown in Fig. 8 (Argon, ; Osswald and Menges, ;Strobl. An experimental study was carried out on the phenomena of upper and lower yield points observed with hard, amorphous polymer solids below the glass‐transition temperature.
The effects of temperature, strain‐rate, specimen shape, working strains, and annealing on the appearance of the upper and lower yield points were examined on epoxy cast resin (a three‐dimensional cross‐linked. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids Vol SeptemberPages An effective temperature theory for the nonequilibrium behavior of amorphous polymers.
Summary’ • Polymers’may’be’amorphous’or’semi9crystalline’ • Deformaon’of’polymers’is’highly’aﬀected’by’temperature,’. Since the publication of the first edition of The Physics of Glassy Polymers there have been substantial developments in both the theory and application of polymer physics, and many new materials have been introduced.
Furthermore, in this large and growing field of knowledge, glassy polymers are of particular interest because of their homogeneous structure, which is fundamentally simpler than. Book Editor(s): Leszek A. Utracki. National Research Council Canada, Industrial Materials Institute, Boucherville, Quebec, Canada Positronium in amorphous polymers.
Estimation of hole sizes from o‐Ps lifetime Estimation of free‐volume fraction. Problems of Nonlinear Mechanics and Physics of Materials, /_ Self-consistent modeling of large plastic deformation, texture and morphology evolution in semi-crystalline polymers Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 54 () Self-consistent modeling of large plastic deformation, texture and morphology evolution in semi-crystalline polymers S.
Nikolov, R.A. Lebensohn, D. Raabe Journal. Recently, Solar et al.  made acomparison between FE and MD simulations for indentation of polymer, which showed that MD simulations are more applicable to investigate the local physics of. In physics the glass phase is deemed to be a special form of a solid.
(amorphous) polymer materials has been the innovative production and use of plastics in new application areas such as sustainable energy, automotive, rail, naval, transport, construction and infrastructure, defence and aerospace, medical and healthcare, electronics and.
This book is an introductory textbook on the statistical mechanics of poly mers and complex fluids aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate stu dents and non-specialist researchers who are starting research in this field.
Modern statistical mechanics on polymers and complex fluids is based on. Strain softening and hardening of amorphous polymers: Atomistic simulation of bulk mechanics and local dynamics.
Lyulin 1, B. Vorselaars 1, M. Mazo 2, N. Balabaev 3 and M. Michels 1. EDP Sciences EPL (Europhysics Letters), Vol Number 4. Arruda E M, Boyce M C. Evolution of plastic anisotropy in amorphous polymers during finite straining[A].
In: Boehler J-P, Khan A S ropy and Localization of Plastic Deformation [C]. London: Elsevier Applied Science,– Google Scholar. Description Providing an updated and comprehensive account of the properties of solid polymers, the book covers all aspects of mechanical behaviour.
This includes finite elastic behavior, linear viscoelasticity and mechanical relaxations, mechanical anisotropy, non-linear viscoelasicity, yield behavior and fracture. Ageing of amorphous materials was studied extensively by Struik, and his book, published more than a quarter of a century ago, remains the foremost reference on physical ageing of book is based largely on experimental data gathered in a meticulous fashion and included examination of the creep behaviour of materials in different states of ageing.
In fallhe joined “Polymer Physics Group” leaded by Dr. Shi-Qing Wang at the Department of Polymer Science of the University of Akron.
Currently he is a PhD candidate and is doing research on the “ Molecular mechanics of glassy and semi-crystalline polymers ” toward completion of. However, it is also likely to be valuable to a wider readership of polymer chemists and engineers ." (A Uhlherr, Polymer International, Issue: 54, ) "This particular book was conceived as an introduction to the concepts as well as theoretical methods used in contemporary research in the physics of polymers and complex fluids.
Author: Toshihiro Kawakatsu. Simulation of the uniaxial deformation of these mech. different types of amorphous polymers shows that the mech. exptl. data could be realistically reproduced.
Now the objective is to study the local orientational mobility in the non-deformed isotropic state and to find the possible connection of the segmental dynamics with the different bulk. An amorphous polymer is modeled as a composite material consisting of a temporary network of long chains, immobile voids, and free volume gas diffusing through the network.
The model is applied to analyze stress-induced densification of polymers in tensile and compressive relaxation tests. Demonstrating through examples, this book presents a mechanism-based perspective on the broad range of deformation and fracture response of solid polymers. It draws on the results of probing experiments and considers the similar mechanical responses of amorphous metals and inorganic compounds to develop advanced methodology for generating more.
This book gives a state-of-art overview on aspects of micro- and nano-mechanics of polymers, polymeric blends, and composites. Major issues include: experimental techniques to study the mechanical performance of polymer systems especially in respect with molecular, supermolecular and filler architectures on suitable model materials; prediction methods of the mechanical performance.
With a focus on structure-property relationships, this book describes how polymer morphology affects properties and how scientists can modify them.
The book covers structure development, theory, simulation, and processing; and discusses a broad range of techniques and methods.
Provides an up-to-date, comprehensive introduction to the principles and practices of polymer morphologyIllustrates. The Physics of Amorphous Solids - Ebook written by Richard Zallen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Physics of Amorphous Solids. The paradigm-shifting concept of topology has not only revolutionized condensed matter physics, but has also opened a fundamentally new chapter in photonics, mechanics.
A theory for amorphous viscoplastic materials undergoing finite deformations, with application to metallic glasses," Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of solids, 53,Gurtin, M.
Polymer Physics provides and introduction to the field for upper level undergraduates and first year graduate students. Any student with a working knowledge of calculus, physics and chemistry should be able to read this book.
The essential tools of the polymer physical chemist or engineer are derived in this book without skipping any steps. Amorphous polymers can be defined as polymers that do not exhibit any crystalline structures in X-ray or electron scattering experiments.
They form a broad group of materials, including glassy, brittle and ductile polymers. In contrast to the word.
The characterization of defects in amorphous solids is a fundamental problem in material science. In crystalline solids defects are localized structural deviations of matter from its ordered state. The modeling of those defects in the framework of continuum mechanics is via constraints on the configurations of the body.
The paradigm-shifting concept of topology has not only revolutionized condensed matter physics, but has also opened a fundamentally new chapter in photonics, mechanics, acoustics, and many other.from metallic glasses to chalcogenrdes to organic polymers. Incorporates illustrations for the clarification of physics concepts.
Users Review. From reader reviews: Hugo Mann: This The Physics of Amorphous Solids book is just not ordinary book, you have it then the world is in your.The book is intended to provide complimentary material for a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in materials science, molecular chemistry and chemical physics.
In addition to polymer and material scientists, the book would also be of interest to chemists and physicists studying the properties of organic materials.