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Title: Long-term prediction of creep in textile fibres
Authors: Bhuvanesh, Y C
Gupta, V B
Keywords: creep
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Polymer, 35(10), 2226-2228p.
Abstract: The axial creep of a textile fibre produced from a blend of fibre-grade polypropylene with 5 wt% of commercial atactic polystyrene was measured for 4 h over a range of stresses and temperatures. Using a combined time-temperature-stress superposition principle, a master curve was constructed, taking the reference temperature as room temperature. The master curve was found to cover a period of over 120 years, which is the lifetime of some geotextiles used in reinforcing applications, and could be of interest to designers of such products.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/2358
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