Change of Mechanical Properties of Polyethylene Film Materials during Their Modification by Technological Applications and during Aging
Mechanical tests and studies of the structure of modified polyethylene film materials used as packaging elements of electronic devices have been carried out. The modification provided for the introduction of fillers of various types and technological additives that would facilitate the processing of raw materials and ensure a long service life. The peculiarities of changes in mechanical characteristics depending on the number and type of applications, as well as the course of processes under the influence of external factors are established. The relationship between changes in the structure and mechanical properties of polymeric materials is shown.
J.A. Brydson, Plastics materials (Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, 1999).
N.I. Domantsevich, Inhibitory protection of industrial products (Publishing House of the Lviv Commercial Academy, Lviv, 2003).
GOST 12423-2013 (ISO 291: 2008): Plastics. Standard atmospheres for conditioning and testing specimens.
ISO 527-3:2018: Plastics. Determination of tensile properties. Part 3: Test conditions for films and sheets.
GOST 14236-81: Polymer films. Tensile test method.
ASTM D638-14: Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics.
GOST 11262-2017 (ISO 527-2: 2012): Plastics. Tensile test method.
ASTM D1435-13: Standard practice for outdoor weathering of plastics
ASTM D 4364-02: Standard practice for performing outdoor accelerated weathering tests of plastics using concentrated sunlight.
L.B. Potapova, V.P. Yartsev, The mechanics of materials in a complex stress state. How is the ultimate stress predicted? (Publishing House Mashinostroyenie-1, Moscow, 2005).
L.E. Nielsen, R.F. Landel, Mechanical properties of polymers and composites (Marcel Dekker, Inc, NY, 1994).
O.I. Aksimentyeva, N.I. Domantsevich, B.P. Yatsyshyn, Diffusion characteristics of thin-film polymeric materials and methods of their measurement: Monograph (Publisher of Lviv Trade and Economic University, Lviv, 2018).
V.E. Gul’, The structure and strength of polymers (Chemistry, Moscow, 1971).
C.Y. Chee, N.L. Song, L.C. Abdullah, T.S.Y. Choong, A. Ibrahim, T.R. Chanta, Journal of Nanomaterials 1, (2012) (doi:10.1155/2012/215978).
M. Akay, Introduction to polymer science and technology (Ventus Publishing ApS, 2012).
N.I. Domantsevich, B.P. Yatsyshyn, Physics and Chemistry of Solid State 20(3), 291 (2019) (DOI: 10.15330/pcss.20.3.291-299).
D.W. van Krevelen, K. te Nijenhuis, Properties of polymers: their correlation with chemical structure: their numerical estimation and prediction from additive group contributions (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2009).
I. Narisawa, Strength of polymeric materials (Chemistry, Moscow, 1987).
I.G. Thir, T.V. Humenetsky, Physical chemistry of Polymers (Publishing House of NU Lviv Polytechnic, Lviv, 2005).
Th. L. Smith, J. Polym. Sci., 32 (124), 99 (1958).
N.I. Domantsevich, Physics and Chemistry of Solid State 1 (2), 273 (2000).
N.I. Domantsevich, B.P. Yatsyshyn, Physics and Chemistry of Solid State 4(2), 323 (2003).
N. Domantsevych, O. Aksimentyeva, B. Yatsyshyn, Current trends in commodity science. Packaging : Zeszyty naukowe (Poznan) 186, 67 (2011).