December 9, 2009

Effects of Moisture on the Tensile Strength of Nylon 12

Continuing the theme of our last blog entry, moisture absorption is also a factor in determining the tensile strength of nylon 12, as shown by this chart:


Moisture Absorption vs Tensile Strength


You can learn more by reading a complete article on this topic that appeared in Machine Design at: http://www.intechpower.com/Machine%20Design%20Nylon%20Article.pdf

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