Combined Deformation

Combined Deformation

 

in strength of materials, the deformation of a bar, rod or some other elastic body resulting from several simple deformations occurring simultaneously, such as bending and tension or bending and torsion. In calculating combined deformation the underlying principle is that forces act independently. This principle makes it possible to regard the combined deformation as the resultant of simple deformations.

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Under the combined deformation scheme when [[epsilon].
Thus, the use of combined deformation schemes including ED and ECMAE allows increment of hardness and strength of PA-6, conservation of high plastic characteristics, increase in density and moisture resistance, and extension of the operation temperature range of articles made of the processed polymer.
In such a way, the combined deformation schemes involving ED and ECMAE make it possible to improve rigidity and strength of PA-6, to retain its plastic characteristics at a high level, to increase density and moisture resistance, and to widen the temperature range for operation of products made of the processed polymer.
This behavior may be explained by a combined deformation and breakup mechanism, because coalescence increases with the fraction of the dispersed phase (18).

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