Failure processes in elastomers at or near a rigid spherical inclusion

@article{Gent1984FailurePI,
  title={Failure processes in elastomers at or near a rigid spherical inclusion},
  author={Alan. N. Gent and Byoungkyeu Park},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
  year={1984},
  volume={19},
  pages={1947-1956}
}
A systematic experimental study has been carried out of two distinct failure phenomena, cavitation and debonding, in an elastomer containing a rigid spherical inclusion. Several elastomers were employed containing glass beads of various diameters, ranging from 60 to 5000 μm, and with chemically different surfaces. The critical stress for cavitation was found to depend upon both Young's modulus, E, of the elastomer and the diameter of the bead. By extrapolation, it was found that the stress for… CONTINUE READING

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