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Depth-sensing indentation applied to polymers: A comparison between standard methods of analysis in relation to the nature of the materials

Autor Giró-Paloma, J.; Roa, J.J.; Díez-Pascual, Ana M. ; Rayón, E.; Flores, Araceli ; Martínez, M.; Chimenos, J.M.; Fernández, A.I.
Palabras clave CSM
Hardness
Elastic modulus
Nanoindentation
Fecha de publicación 2013
EditorPergamon Press
Citación European Polymer Journal 49: 4047- 4053 (2013)
ResumenMechanical data (hardness and elastic modulus) from instrumented indentation testing are often extracted assuming linear elasticity in the initial portion of the unloading. The method is nowadays widely accepted as a convenient tool to interpret depth-sensing data, however it is a matter of controversy when applied to polymer materials due to their time-dependent behavior. More recently, Loubet and co-workers applied continuous stiffness measurements (CSM), consisting of superimposing a small oscillation to the quasi-static component of loading, to the study of the mechanical properties of polymers and proposed a new model to account for the apparent increase in the contact area detected at the first stages of contact. The present work offers a comparative study between the Loubet's model using CSM and the procedure yielding a single reading from the onset of unloading. A wide range of thermoplastic polymer materials including glassy and semicrystalline polymers have been investigated. The most important equations employed for each method are summarized and the advantages and disadvantages of employing one procedure or the other are discussed. The differences found between the results obtained from both approaches are discussed in relation to the nature of the polymer material. A comparison between mechanical data extracted from indentation measurements and from classical dynamic mechanical analysis is offered. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/103676
DOI10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2013.09.010
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2013.09.010
issn: 0014-3057
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