By Lekhnit︠s︡kiĭ S. G.
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Anisotropic. Plates. Lekhnitskii. 1984. 0677206704(600dpi)(T)(ISBN 0677206704)(546s)
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If the resulting film specimen temperatures are different, the correlation between outdoor air temperature and WPT in a laboratory weathering chamber may not be sufficient to provide a useful SLP estimate. 3) where a is the absorptivity for solar radiation by the specimen, h is the combined convection and radiation heat transfer coefficient of the specimen, and I is the total solar irradiance. 6. 6 31 2 Laboratory-Based Predictions of Weathering in Outdoor Environments… is taken to be a specimen, one can readily see from Eq.
Keywords Service-life prediction • Real-world validation • Degradation pathways • Degradation-rate model • Accelerated life testing • Cumulative damage model Introduction The objective of a service-life prediction (SLP) protocol is to provide the tools for estimating the functional life of a product without having to wait to measure time to failure in time-consuming, natural weathering tests. M. M. Q. Gregar 3M Company, 3M Center 235-BB-44, St. C. White et al. M. White et al. assess how service life varies when a product is used in different climates or environments.
Because weather data will vary from year to year, an assessment of how well these averages represent the weather in any given year is of interest. This study compares SLP results obtained using average climate data with results obtained using weather data measured during the actual outdoor exposure. A significant challenge encountered in the utilization of the SLP methodology is the need to convert climate data into a form that can be used by the model. For example, solar irradiance for a given outdoor location is typically reported for the wavelength range 290–3,000 nm, but the SLP model is typically based on an irradiance that is experimentally controlled at 340 nm.