Effects of High Degrees of Biaxial Stretch Forming on Crazing and Other Properties of Acrylic Plastic Glazing
Description: Memorandum presenting an investigation of the effects of higher degrees of forming in biaxial stretch-forming of polymethyl methacrylate to about 50-percent strain. Sheets of commercial cast polymethyl methacrylate were hot-stretched approximately 100 and 150 percent, respectively, and tests were conducted on this material and on unstretched cotton material. Results regarding the standard tensile tests, stress-solvent crazing, surface abrasion tests, and x-ray diffraction patterns are provided.
Date: May 29, 1953
Creator: Wolock, I.; Axilrod, B. M. & Sherman, M. A.
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