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by Roger T. Fenner

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  • ISBN 082060285X
  • ISBN13 978-0820602851
  • Language English
  • Author Roger T. Fenner
  • Publisher Chemical Publishing Company; 1st American ed edition (February 8, 1980)
  • Pages 196
  • Formats mbr docx lrf rtf
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1225 kb
  • Size Fb2 1967 kb
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Contents - Preface - Notation - 1 Introduction - 1.1 Polymeric Materials - 1.2 Polymer Processing - 1.3 Analysis of Polymer Processes - 1.4 Scope of the Book - 2 Introduction to the Main Polymer Processes - 2.1 Screw Extrusion - 2.2 Injection Moulding - 2.3 Blow Moulding - 2.4 Calendering - 2.5 Other Processes - 2.6 Effects of Processing - 3 Processing Properties of Polymers - 3.1 Melting and Thermal Properties of Polymers - 3.2 Viscous Properties of Polymer Melts - 3.3 Methods of Measuring Melt Viscosities - 3.4 Elastic Properties of Polymer Melts - 3.5 Temperature and Pressure Dependence of Melt Properties - 3.6 Processing Properties of Solid Polymers - 4 Fundamentals of Polymer Melt Flow - 4.1 Tensor Notation - 4.2 Continuum Mechanics Equations - 4.3 Constitutive Equations - 4.4 Boundary Conditions - 4.5 Dimensional Analysis of Melt Flows - 4.6 The Lubrication Approximation - 4.7 Mixing in Melt Flows - 5 Some Melt Flow Processes - 5.1 Some Simple Extrusion Dies - 5.2 Narrow Channel Flows in Dies and Crossheads - 5.3 Applications to Die Design - 5.4 Calendering - 5.5 Melt Flow in an Intensely Sheared Thin Film - 6 Screw Extrusion - 6.1 Melt Flow in Screw Extruders - 6.2 Solids Conveying in Extruders - 6.3 Melting in Extruders - 6.4 Power Consumption in Extruders - 6.5 Mixing in Extruders - 6.6 Surging in Extruders - 6.7 Over-all Performance and Design of Extruders - 7 Injection Moulding - 7.1 Reciprocating Screw Plastication - 7.2 Melt Flow in Injection Nozzles - 7.3 Flow and Heat Transfer in Moulds - Appendix A Finite Element Analysis of Narrow Channel Flow - Appendix B Solution of the Screw Channel Developing Melt Flow Equations - Appendix C Solution of the Melting Model Equations - Further Reading - Index -

by Roger T. Fenner (Author). This book was published in 1979 and is out of print now, but still has a high value as a textbook for students and engineers. It covers most of the important aspects of polymer processing.

by Roger T. ISBN-13: 978-0820602851. The book is compact, but not only fundamental but also advanced theoretical treatments are described as well. Explanations using dimensional analysis are very informative too.

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Introduction to the Main Polymer Processes.

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