Effect of stress-solvent crazing on tensile strength of polymethyl methacrylate

B. M. Axilrod, Martha A. Sherman
Aug 1951

The loss of strength of tensile specimens of polymethyl methacrylate as a result of stress-solvent crazing at 23 degrees C and 50-percent relative humidity was investigated. The materials tested were commercial cast polymethyl-methacrylate sheets of both heat- resistant and ordinary grades from each of two manufacturers.

An Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file of the entire report: