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Home  >  Journal list  >  Polymer Journal  >  Vol.33  No.7 (2001)  >  pp.503-503

Polymer Journal
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Theoretical and Experimental Analysis on the Thickness-Controlled Residual Stress during Drying of Solvent-Absorbed Polymer Films

Kwang Seung Park1), Young Don Kwon2) and Dukjoon Kim1)
1) Department of Chemical Engineering and Polymer Technology Institute, Sungkyunkwan University
2) Department of Textile Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University


ABSTRACT:  Thickness-controlled residual stress was experimentally measured during drying of polyimide films using interferometer and bending beam systems. The local solvent concentration and temperature inside films were theoretically predicted using Fick’s diffusion and Fourier’s heat transfer equations. Introduction of bending moment theory made it possible to develop equations relating the residual stress with solvent concentration in films. The experimental stress behavior was in good agreement with the theoretical one, and the modulus of polyimide/NMP systems was determined from the best fit of two results.


Keyword:
Diffusion/ Residual Stress/ Drying Process/ Polymer Films/ Modulus

Published online: May 07, 2003
© Copyright, 2003 by The Society of Polymer Science, Japan

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