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A Constitutive Equation with Impulse-Momentum Theory for the Expanded Polypropylene
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  • Journal title : Composites Research
  • Volume 29, Issue 3,  2016, pp.91-97
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for Composite Materials
  • DOI : 10.7234/composres.2016.29.3.091
 Title & Authors
A Constitutive Equation with Impulse-Momentum Theory for the Expanded Polypropylene
Kim, Byeong Kil; Cho, Jae Ung; Jeong, Kwang Young; Kim, Nam Hoon; Oh, Bum S.; Hahn, Youngwon; Cheon, Seong S.;
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 Abstract
In this paper, impulse-momentum theory was coupled to a constitutive equation both for implementing quasi-static and impact characteristics of EPP (Expanded polypropylene). Also, parameters which have physical meanings were expressed as functions of relative density. Simultaneous nonlinear Newton-Raphson method was applied to find the proper values for parameters in the constitutive equation along with quasi-static test data. Results from the impulse-momentum theory coupled constitutive equation showed good agreement with experimental data and the potential to be applied to different material type polymeric foam.
 Keywords
Constitutive equation;Expanded Polypropylene;Impulse momentum;Instrumented impact test;Quasi-static test;
 Language
Korean
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