for HDBL The remainder of the relaxation moduli results presented in this work are given as G(t,[gamma])/h([gamma]) versus time to emphasize both the onset of time-strain separability and the behavior of the resins at short times.
8 are given the curves showing the shifted relaxation moduli for the linear ITDPE resin HDBL. Similar to the branched resins, HDBL obeys Eq.
[[tau].sub.R] for HDBL was calculated following the method of Elbirli and Shaw , given by Eq.
However, as it has been shown  that the relaxation time for LCB resins was longer than linear resins of similar molecular weight, it is expected that the value of [[tau].sub.R] for HDBL to be the minimum value of the resins investigated in this work.
10 by h([gamma]) having a smaller slope than that of the linear HDBL at higher strains.
It was observed that HDBL had the lowest relaxation modulus value at t equal to 1 s, suggesting that the material had relaxed its stress faster than the sparsely branched resins.