volume 33, issue 4, P248-252 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760330408
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Abstract: Abstract Heat deflection is often the only test used to determine a materials ability to withstand exposure to elevated temperatures under load. This test has its limitations, simply because not all materials operate under loads of 1820 kPa (264 psi) or 455 kPa (66 psi). Consequently, heat deflection cannot always give a true indication of a materials high temperature capabilities. The automotive industry has used the heat sag test to measure the deformation of elastomeric materials during the paint curing pr…

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