## Fatigue of Engineering Plastics |

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This is a serious deficiency in terms of both fundamental and practical

implications , for if there are adventitious flaws capable of growth under the load

failure ...

This is a serious deficiency in terms of both fundamental and practical

implications , for if there are adventitious flaws capable of growth under the load

**applied**, crack propagation rather than initiation may well constitute the majorfailure ...

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Interestingly , the Williams - Landel - Ferry ( WLF ) principle of time - temperature

equivalence [ 48 , 79 ) , which is commonly

the range of linear response , can be

Interestingly , the Williams - Landel - Ferry ( WLF ) principle of time - temperature

equivalence [ 48 , 79 ) , which is commonly

**applied**to characterize behavior inthe range of linear response , can be

**applied**to at least some cases involving ...Page 248

For angles other than zero between the

matrix is subjected to shear strain in addition to normal strains , and an

equivalent strain should be calculated depending upon the particular yield theory

that ...

For angles other than zero between the

**applied**stress and the fiber direction , thematrix is subjected to shear strain in addition to normal strains , and an

equivalent strain should be calculated depending upon the particular yield theory

that ...

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### Contents

Fatigue Crack Propagation | 74 |

Fatigue Fracture Micromechanisms in Engineering Plastics | 146 |

Composite Systems | 184 |

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