Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology (4th Edition) [Pg.461]

Ahoy Composition, atomic % Crystahographic stmeture change Hysteresis, AT, °C [Pg.462]

To determine the percentage of the remaining constituents, subtract from 100%. [Pg.462]

Ahoy Composition, at % Crystahographic stmeture change Ordering [Pg.462]

Fig. 2. Young s modulus corrected for porosity as a function of preferred orientation curve is based on theoretical model where = rayon-based fibers Q — PAN-based fibers and A = pitch-based fibers (2). To convert GPa to psi, multiply by 145,000. |

Fig. 6. The calculated Young s modulus as a function of cut-off energy (basis set size). Convergence is basically reached for a cut-off of 54 Ry. |

Figure 6. Young s modulus (a), ultimate stress (b), and ultimate strain (c) as functions of KL content. The numbers in the figure indicate different molecular weights of PEG. |

When used in load-bearing applications, isotropic polymers may also fail because of low modulus. The moduli that must be considered in the design of functional polymers are Young s modulus E, shear modulus G, and bulk modulus K. Poisson s ratio P should also be considered. [Pg.67]

Fig. 40. Indentation hardness, at A, 19 Jim B, 47 Jim and C, 108 Jim thickness, and Young s modulus, E, of a free film (as functions of temperature) of an acrylic coating (249). These results show the dependence of thickness that occurs with thin films. To convert MPa to psi, multiply by 145. |

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