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Polymer engineering FAQ Index

FAQ Index

Electrically conductive

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
Electrically and thermally conductive polymer composites   faq334-704 shashak 16 Jul 03 8.8 / 4
 

Long-Term Properties

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How can one Estimate the Rate of Stress Relaxation?  faq334-956 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 6.0 / 1
What is Creep?  faq334-950 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 2.0 / 2
 

Mechanical Behavior

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
What are Copolymers?  faq334-1008 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 7.5 / 2
What are Tie Molecules?  faq334-1000 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 8.0 / 2
What is the Glass Transition Temperature, Tg?  faq334-957 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 4.5 / 2
What's the difference between Crystalline and Amorphous States?  faq334-993 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 --
 

Mechanical Properties

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Does Permanent Set occur at strains below the Yield Point?  faq334-953 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 4.5 / 2
For some plastics, Tensile Strength at Break is reported without referring to Yield Strength. Do these plastics exhibit Brittle Fracture?  faq334-952 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 10.0 / 1
Is Flexural Modulus different from Tensile Modulus and Compressive Modulus?  faq334-954 RichGeoffroy 27 Sep 04 5.5 / 2
 

Supply

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Where do I buy a sample of a certain exotic polymer?   faq334-1314 Demon3 5 Mar 07 --
 

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