Kaiser effect

The comparative analysis of the experimental data is giving possibilities to observe a partial action of the Kayzer effect in the carbon plastic, and to bring out the accumulation effect /4/. The last is consisting in the following if the material was unloaded quick after it was loaded up to the task level, then the AE at the repeated loading is appearing at the loading level, which is different Ifom the initial. The part of the initial loading (AG), which is promoting AE at the repeated loading, is the accumulation coefficient.  [c.84]

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Carbon materials for advanced technologies (1999) -- [ c.486 ]