Limit search to available items
Book Cover
E-book
Author Youssef, George

Title Applied Mechanics of Polymers Properties, Processing, and Behavior / George Youssef
Published Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2021
Online access available from:
ScienceDirect eBooks    View Resource Record  

Copies

Description 1 online resource (316 p.)
Contents Intro -- Applied Mechanics of Polymers: Properties, Processing, and Behavior -- Copyright -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction and background -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Historical perspective -- 1.3. Type of polymers -- 1.4. Areas of study in polymer science -- 1.4.1. Polymer chemistry -- 1.4.2. Polymer physics -- 1.4.3. Polymer mechanics -- 1.5. Industrial applications of polymers -- 1.6. Closing remarks -- Practice problems -- References -- Chapter 2: General properties of polymers -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Quasi-static mechanical response -- 2.3. Long-term properties -- 2.3.1. Creep
2.3.2. Relaxation -- 2.4. Dynamic properties -- 2.5. Other properties -- Practice problems -- References -- Chapter 3: Processing and manufacturing of polymers -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Extrusion -- 3.3. Sheets, films, and filaments -- 3.4. Thermoforming -- 3.5. Injection molding -- 3.6. Additive manufacturing -- Practice problems -- References -- Chapter 4: Linear elastic behavior of polymers -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Stress and equilibrium -- 4.2.1. Plane stress -- 4.2.2. Simple tension -- 4.2.3. Simple shear -- 4.2.4. Hydrostatic stress -- 4.3. Strain and compatibility
4.3.1. Plane strain -- 4.4. Linear elastic material behavior -- 4.4.1. Isotropic materials -- 4.4.2. Orthotropic materials -- 4.4.3. Transverse isotropic materials -- 4.5. Structural component design -- 4.6. Applied FEA simulation examples -- Practice problems -- References -- Chapter 5: Hyperelastic behavior of polymers -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Theoretical preliminaries -- 5.2.1. Displacement field -- 5.2.2. Deformation gradient -- 5.2.3. Polar decomposition -- 5.2.4. Strain tensors -- 5.2.5. Stress tensors -- 5.3. Stress-strain relationships -- 5.4. Hyperelastic models
5.4.1. Neo-Hookean model -- 5.4.2. Mooney-Rivlin model -- 5.4.3. Yeoh model -- 5.4.4. Gent model -- 5.4.5. Ogden model -- 5.4.6. Ogden Hyper-foam model -- 5.5. Applications of hyperelastic models in component design -- Practice problems -- References -- Chapter 6: Creep behavior of polymers -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Simple creep models -- 6.2.1. Maxwell model -- 6.2.2. Kelvin model -- 6.2.3. Four-parameters model -- 6.2.4. Zener model -- 6.3. Additional creep models -- 6.3.1. Findley power law -- 6.3.2. Norton-bailey law -- 6.3.3. Prandtl-Garofalo law
6.4. Applications of creep in component design -- 6.5. Applied FEA simulation example -- Practice problems -- References -- Chapter 7: Viscoelastic behavior of polymers -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Theoretical preliminaries -- 7.2.1. Boltzmann superposition principle -- 7.2.2. Generalized Maxwell model -- 7.2.3. Generalized Kelvin model -- 7.3. Linear viscoelasticity -- 7.3.1. Small-strain linear viscoelasticity -- 7.3.2. Large-strain linear viscoelasticity -- 7.4. Applications of linear viscoelasticity in component design -- 7.5. Applied FEA simulation example -- Practice problems -- References
Notes Chapter 8: Electroactive polymers
Description based upon print version of record
Print version record
Subject Polymers -- Properties
Polymers.
Polymers.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0128210796
9780128210796