Change in the stress relaxation behavior of linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) with drawing and irradiation has been investigated. Samples of isotropic LLDPE were oriented to draw ratios l ¼ 6,9,11 and irradiated to integral doses between 35 and 500 kGy. Stress relaxation was interpreted in terms of a two-process model, first associated with the crystal and second with the amorphous fraction. Analyses of viscoelastic properties of these two fractions have revealed their different behavior upon drawing and irradiation.
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Influence of orientation and irradiation on stress relaxation of linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE): a two-process model / V. Djoković, D. Kostoski, S. Galović, M.D. Dramićanin, Z. Kačarević-Popović // Polymer. – 1999. – N 40. – P. 2631–2637.