Surface Phenomena in the Structural and Mechanical Behaviour of Solid Polymers

Surface Phenomena in the Structural and Mechanical Behaviour of Solid Polymers


Surface Phenomena within the Structural and Mechanical Behaviour of reliable Polymers explores the function of assorted floor phenomena within the structural and mechanical behaviour of amorphous and semicrystalline polymers. This book:

  • Discusses the advance of the interfacial floor within the deformation of polymers
  • Examines the therapeutic of interfacial surfaces in polymers
  • Inspects the constitution and houses of polymers in skinny movies and floor layers
  • Evaluates the mechanism of inelastic deformation in glassy amorphous polymers
  • Investigates pressure softening and the phenomena occurring upon deformation of polymers in energetic liquid media
  • Covers the Rehbinder impression, or the adsorption aid of the power of solids
  • Describes the houses of polymers in environmental or solvent crazing
  • Analyses the interplay of the hugely constructed floor of crazed polymers with diversified low- and high-molecular mass components
  • Addresses the instability and self-organisation of floor layers in polymers and numerous polymer systems
  • Presents theoretical speculations about the structurally mechanical behaviour of ‘a inflexible coating on a tender substratum’ (RCSS) systems
  • Assesses the stress–strain homes of the skinny floor layers of polymers and the nanometric coatings deposited on their surfaces
  • Highlights the efficacy of the methods built for RCSS structures for the research and outline of normal phenomena
  • Details the utilized facets of floor phenomena within the structurally mechanical behaviour of polymers

Thus, Surface Phenomena within the Structural and Mechanical Behaviour of stable Polymers offers an invaluable framework for the advance of recent and leading edge polymer-based materials.

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