Study on the Low-Temperature Resistance of Architectural Membrane Material by the Quadratic General Rotary Unitized Design
The quadratic general rotary unitized design of two factors, the temperature and the time were used to study the influence of low-temperature to architectural membrane material. The tensile properties of architectural membrane material were tested after low-temperature treatment, and the mathematical models about breaking strength and elongation at break were built. The two mathematical models proved highly significant by F test, which indicates that the low-temperature environment has a distinctive influence on breaking strength and elongation at break of architectural membrane material. The results are kept to serve as a reference for the rational utilization of architectural membrane material in low-temperature environments.
Sihai Jiao, Zhengyi Jiang and Jinglong Bu
C. Y. Li and Y. Zhang, "Study on the Low-Temperature Resistance of Architectural Membrane Material by the Quadratic General Rotary Unitized Design", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 146-147, pp. 848-852, 2011