## Fatigue of Engineering Plastics |

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At a critical axial

at this point , crazing was observed . With repeated stress - strain cycling , they

obtained curves resembling those shown in Fig . 5 . 9 . As might be expected ...

At a critical axial

**tensile**stress , damping became dependent on the amplitude ;at this point , crazing was observed . With repeated stress - strain cycling , they

obtained curves resembling those shown in Fig . 5 . 9 . As might be expected ...

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Thus , with ABS , the

energy losses , while with HIPS ( after ~ 60 cycles ) , increasingly higher energy

losses were shown in the

the ...

Thus , with ABS , the

**tensile**and compressive half - cycles exhibited similarenergy losses , while with HIPS ( after ~ 60 cycles ) , increasingly higher energy

losses were shown in the

**tensile**than in the compressive half - cycle . Moreover ,the ...

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Longitudinal

with filament pullout ( c ) Staggered failure brittle with filament pullout and ( 1 )

interfilament matrix shear ( 2 ) constituent debonding , i . e . , the matrix breaks

away ...

Longitudinal

**tensile**( Fig . 1 ) Transverse**tensile**( Fig . 5 ) ( a ) Brittle ( b ) Brittlewith filament pullout ( c ) Staggered failure brittle with filament pullout and ( 1 )

interfilament matrix shear ( 2 ) constituent debonding , i . e . , the matrix breaks

away ...

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### Contents

Fatigue Crack Propagation | 74 |

Fatigue Fracture Micromechanisms in Engineering Plastics | 146 |

Composite Systems | 184 |

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