Inner tension

Is it possible to measure the amount of inner tension in plastic part?
Is it possible with DSC perhaps? Has anybody done any research about
it?
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Laura K.
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If the part is clear, crossed polars can be used to examine the orientation of a polymer part. The degree of orientation can be quantified (Senarmont or Babinet compensation) and this could then be related to a stress.
I can go into a lot more detail, but before I do so I would like to know if this what you are interested in. I don't want to waste time for either of us if this is going in the wrong direction.
John
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John Spevacek

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