Evolution of plastic anisotropy in amorphous polymers during finite straining

@inproceedings{Arruda1993EvolutionOP,
  title={Evolution of plastic anisotropy in amorphous polymers during finite straining},
  author={Ellen M. Arruda and Mary C. Boyce},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract The large strain deformation response of amorphous polymers results primarily from orientation of the molecular chains within the polymeric material during plastic straining. Molecular network orientation is a highly anisotropic process, thus the observed mechanical response is strongly a function of the anisotropic state of these materials. Through mechanical testing and material characterization, the nature of the evolution of molecular orientation under different conditions of state… CONTINUE READING

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