volume 34, issue 19, P1455-1463 1994
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760341904
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Abstract: In this work we present a n experimental study of shear and apparent elongational behavior of linear low-density (LLDPE) and low-density (LDPE) polyethylene blends by means of capillary rheometry. The characterization of these rheological properties is crucial in the design of a blend that combines the ease of processing of LDPE with the mechanical advantages of the LLDPE. TWO different low-density polyethylenes and one common linear low-density polyethylene were used to prepare the blends. The results obtain…

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