Between room temperature and the onset of the glass transition, the modulus of PC is relatively consistent, declining by approximately 20% between room temperature and 135 C, a value that happens to agree well with the deflection temperature under load (DTUL) that is provided on most data sheets.
What does DTUL stand for?
DTUL stands for Deflection Temperature Under Load
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- Document Technique Unifié (French: Unified Technical Document; building regulation)
- Double Thumbs Up
- Dry Tree Unit (offshore oil and gas production)
- Duval Teachers United
- Technical University of Denmark
- Data Transfer Unit Cartridge
- Design to Unit Cost (various locations)
- Drink 'Til U Drop
- Diversity Training University International
- Diesel Tuning UK Ltd.
- Department of Transport and Urban Planning (South Australia)
- Department for Transport Urban Planning and the Arts (Australia)
- Design-To-Unit Production Cost
- Design to Unit Rollaway Cost
- Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme (UK)
- Digital Tape Unit Tape Facility
- Day Television
- Denton Television (Denton, TX)
- Design to Value (product development)
- Desktop Video
Samples in periodicals archive:
It offers the added benefits of increased impact strength, good heat deflection temperature under load and a high-gloss (Class A) surface finish.
Deflection temperature under load (formerly called heat deflection temperature) -- the temperature a test bar under a given load deflects a set amount.