In the reported experiments, the impact behavior of ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) resins was studied by measuring the force-deflection curve generated during flexural impact tests. Each curve is characterized by a limited number of significant parameters. Their dependence on the following constitutive or ambient variables was investigated: content of butadiene rubber, degree of grafting of acrylonitrile and styrene onto polybutadiene, and temperature. The results are analyzed phenomenologically and are tentatively interpreted in the light of possible micromechanical mechanisms.

Force-displacement evaluation of macromolecular materials in flexural impact tests- 2. Influence of rubber content, degree of grafting, and temperature on the impact behavior of ABS resins

RINK SUGAR, MARTA ELISABETH;PAVAN, ANDREA
1978

Abstract

In the reported experiments, the impact behavior of ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) resins was studied by measuring the force-deflection curve generated during flexural impact tests. Each curve is characterized by a limited number of significant parameters. Their dependence on the following constitutive or ambient variables was investigated: content of butadiene rubber, degree of grafting of acrylonitrile and styrene onto polybutadiene, and temperature. The results are analyzed phenomenologically and are tentatively interpreted in the light of possible micromechanical mechanisms.
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