By F N Cogswell
This publication explores the ways that soften move habit should be exploited by way of the plastics engineer and technician for elevated potency of processing operation, regulate of finish product houses and choice and improvement of polymers for particular reasons. (reissued with minor corrections 1994)
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Memt~:lUy from shear flows. the of measurement desirable to carry it out. 7 blongatlOnlal strain rate, E The and of constant stress or constant rate as the controlling mode of deformation apply to extension as wen as shear. The reduction of the time transient available when making measurements at constant stress is of in flow when making measurements on melts whose decreases In such f"Xl'f"r