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AEPA '96 offers a discussion board for dialogue on present advancements in plasticity. An emphasis is put on the shut interplay of the theories from macroplasticity, mesoplasticity and microplasticity including their functions in numerous engineering disciplines equivalent to good mechanics, steel forming, structural research, geo-mechanics and micromechanics. those court cases contain over a hundred and forty papers from the convention together with case reports exhibiting purposes of plasticity in inter-disciplinary or nonconventional parts.

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However, it is their long term durability, known as creep failure, creep rupture, creep fatigue, or static fatigue, that are of main concern. There are many factors affecting the deformation and fracture characteristics of these materials, from the composition of polymers, their processing, the different kinds of reinforcing fibers, down to physical ageing and various environmental factors such as temperature, moisture etc. In this paper we shall first review the recent progress in the research on the time dependent deformation, the constitutive relations and the damage mechanism of polymers and polymer composites and then to the environmental effects.

As shown in the Fig. 19, the {001 }<110> deformation texture and {034}<100> recrystallization texture do not have a common <111> axis, which is often regarded as a token supporting the oriented growth theory. Therefore the result cannot be explained by the oriented growth theory. The {034}<100> recrystallization texture does not exist as a stable orientation when the {001}<110> texture is stable as shown in the Fig. 20, which implies the evolution of the recrystallization texture cannot be explained by the oriented nucleation theory.

The constraint tensor and membership function are introduced to manifest quantitatively the entanglement effects. By treating the anelastic dissipation as the thermal process of the conformation reorganization of segments through the coordinated inner rotation and local slippage of links promoted by the thermodynamic force, the static retardation dissipation as the thermal-mechanical activated anchoringdisanchoring-reanchoring process of the chain, and the scission of the primary bonds as the chemicalmechanical activated process, a visco-elastic-plastic constitutive relation is set up which covers several existing constitutive relations as its limiting cases.

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