LIMITING VALUE OF COCKROFT-LATHAM INTEGRAL FOR COMMERCIAL PLASTICINE

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The paper presents the results of experimental and numerical research in the scope of commercial plasticine cracking. The purpose of the study was to determine the limit value of the Cockroft-Latham integral. The value of the integral was determined on the basis of the stretching test and computer simulations. Experimental studies utilized axially symmetrical samples made of commercial black and white wax based plasticine. Samples were cooled to 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 °C. After the completion of experimental studies, finite element numerical simulation was performed under the conditions of 3-dimensional state of deformation in DEFORM 3D simulation software. Based on the results of experimental and numerical studies, the Cockroft-Latham limit value was calculated.

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Wojcik, Ł., & Pater, Z. (2017). Limiting value of Cockroft-Latham integral for commercial plasticine. Applied Computer Science, 13(4), 45-55. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-28
Wojcik, Łukasz, and Zbigniew Pater. "Limiting Value of Cockroft-Latham Integral for Commercial Plasticine." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 4 (2017): 45-55.
Ł. Wojcik and Z. Pater, "Limiting value of Cockroft-Latham integral for commercial plasticine," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 45-55, 2017.
Wojcik Ł, Pater Z. Limiting value of Cockroft-Latham integral for commercial plasticine. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(4):45-55.
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