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These brittle materials do not flex to the exaggerated extent shown in Figure 3.10;
instead, they deform elastically until immediately before fracture. Failure usually
occurs because the ultimate tensile strength of the outer fibers of the specimen ...
The reciprocating-screw machine (Section 15.6.1, Figures 15.21 and 15.22) is
the most common. This design ... The alternative unit involves the use of separate
barrels for plasticizing and injecting the polymer, as shown in Figure 1 5.25(a).
F L Pressing I f I direction I (a) (b) (c) (d) FIGURE 1 8.1 6 Four classes of PM parts
(side view shown; cross section is circular): (a) class I, simple thin shapes that
can be pressed from one direction; (b) class II, simple but thicker shapes that ...
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Material Properties Product Attributes and Related
THE NATURE OF MATERIALS
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