By Wilhelm Eitel (Auth.)

ISBN-10: 0122363078

ISBN-13: 9780122363078

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Be larger for higher strains. 53% 1 21 strain (Fig. 22). 1 22 75. G. Marin and G. E. Rindone used a very similar torsional oscillation device for testing 18- to 20-^-thick glass fibers, in vacuo. 01 mm Hg. 4 Hz; the temperature range extended from -120° to + 450°C. Quench-chilled fibers of higher fictive temperatures show a higher inner friction than the rods. The low-temperature maximum for silicate glass fibers is higher than the corresponding maxima for rods. Cooling of silicate glass as a rule decreases the inner-friction para­ meters, this effect being stronger for the fibers than it is for the rods of the same glass composition.

Ultrasonic shear and longitudinal measurements in B 2 0 3 melts between 650° 80 and 1000°C were made by J. Tauke, A. Litovitz, and P. B. Macedo to determine the shear and volume relaxation time spectra which have the same dependence on shear, although the volume spectrum was always broader than that for shear. The shear relaxation process can be represented by a single relaxation time above 800°C in the response, when the shear follows the Arrhenius equation type. The dependence 77 On such models, in general, see E.

Marin and G. E. Rindone used a very similar torsional oscillation device for testing 18- to 20-^-thick glass fibers, in vacuo. 01 mm Hg. 4 Hz; the temperature range extended from -120° to + 450°C. Quench-chilled fibers of higher fictive temperatures show a higher inner friction than the rods. The low-temperature maximum for silicate glass fibers is higher than the corresponding maxima for rods. Cooling of silicate glass as a rule decreases the inner-friction para­ meters, this effect being stronger for the fibers than it is for the rods of the same glass composition.

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