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G. ). 30 ..... 1. Specific yielding-related essential work of fracture (We,y) as a function of square root of Me for amorphous copolyesters. Designations: PET- polyethylene terephthalate, PETG- and PCTG- amorhous PET-type copolyesters with various amounts of cyclohexylenedimethylene units, PEN- polyethylene naphthalate [2,5]. Fracture Mechanical Behavior of Thermoplastic Polymers 27 According to the model proposed by Brown  for glassy polymers which fail by crazing, the fracture energy (Gc) increases linearly with the square of re.
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