Processing-induced properties in glassy polymers : development of yield stress in polycarbonate

L.E. Govaert, T.A.P. Engels, E.T.J. Klompen, G.W.M. Peters, H.E.H. Meijer

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A new method is employed to directly predict the development of yield stressdistributions in injection molded products of glassy polymers. The approach isbased on the results of a study on the temperature dependence of theevolution of yield stress during annealing of polycarbonate below Tg. Incombination with the process-related thermal history, derived from numericalsimulations of the injection molding process, an estimate of the yield stressdistribution throughout a product can be obtained. Computed yield stresses ofinjection molded plates prove to be in excellent agreement with theexperimental values, including their dependence on mold temperature andplate thickness.
TaalEngels
Pagina's170-177
TijdschriftInternational Polymer Processing
Volume20
Nummer van het tijdschrift2
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 2005

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polycarbonate
Polycarbonates
Yield stress
Polymers
Processing
Injection molding
Annealing
Temperature

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