volume 35, issue 4, P351-364 1995
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760350409
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Abstract: Abstract The solidification of a molten layer of amorphous thermoplastic between cooled parallel plates is used to model the mechanics of part shrinkage and warpage and the buildup of residual stresses in the injection molding process. Flow effects are neglected, and a thermorheologically simple thermoviscoelastic material model is assumed. The equilibrium thermomechanical properties of the material and the shift function can be temperature‐ and pressure‐dependent. The model allows material to be added to fil…

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