volume 32, issue 18, P1366-1371 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760321805
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Abstract: Abstract For relatively soft polymer coatings on soda‐lime glass substrates the indentation load increases substantially when the indenter penetrates into the glass substrate since the glass can now directly support some of the indenter load. A model for the indentation load‐depth behavior is developed by accounting for the indentation load shared by the coating and substrate. This model accounts for the additional load supported by the coating due to the pile‐up of coating material underneath the indenter. T…

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