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by Hans Domininghaus

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  • ISBN 1569900116
  • ISBN13 978-1569900116
  • Language English
  • Author Hans Domininghaus
  • Publisher Hanser Pub Inc (January 1, 1993)
  • Pages 785
  • Formats azw docx mobi rtf
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1363 kb
  • Size Fb2 1553 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 311

Long available as a standard reference in Germany, this valuable guide for engineers is now in a new English-language translation. It provides, in one convenient source, a comprehensive overview of the properties and applications of the huge range of plastics that are of current technical and commercial interest. The book fills a gap in the literature by providing easily accessible information for design engineers, plastics consultants, chemists, physicists, production engineers, students, and teachers--all those who need a reliable source of descriptions and data to assist them in identifying suitable materials. All polymers of current interest are accounted for, including liquid crystalline polymers, electrically conductive polymers, recently developed polyamides, and fluorpolymers, with up-to-date trade names given for each group. The information is presented concisely in the form of texts, tables and graphs. Design engineers will appreciate the large number of data presented as isochronous stress/strain curves. This is truly a unique reference that will benefit the wide number of professionals who depend on specific and detailed data concerning properties, conversion conditions, applications, and health effects

Hans Domininghaus (Author). Plastics are more sensitive to creep and fatigue failure mode than are metals. Along with traditional material properties tables, this book also presents data on creep and fatigue for many common plastics as well.

Hans Domininghaus (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1569900116. Other books on plastics are generally presented from the perspective of chemistry. This reference also has a nice focus on mechanical properties useful to the designer. It is the best reference in my library to date on the subject.

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Domininghaus, . Plastics for Engineers: Materials, Properties and Applications, Hanser, Munich (1993). Dutta, A. and Mashelkar, . 18 (1987) 161. Ferry, . Visco-elastic Properties of Polymers, 3rd ed. Wiley, New York (1980). Forrest, G. and Wilkinson, . I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time. Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern.

Plastic for Engineers: Materials, Properties Hanser Hanser Gardner Publications, Hardcover, 1993. Plastics for Engineers: Materials, Properties, Applications Hanser Gardner Publications, Hardcover, 1993. Spread the word about books. It provides, in one convenient source, a comprehensive overview of the properties and applications of the huge range of plastics that are of current technical and commercial interest More.

Plastics for Engineers, provides a comprehensive overview of properties and applications for all plastics of current technical and .

Plastics for Engineers, provides a comprehensive overview of properties and applications for all plastics of current technical and commercial interest. Information on every type of polymer is presented clearly in text, tables, and graphs.

Domininghaus, H. (e. (1993) Plastics for Engineers, Materials Properties, Applications, Car-Hanser Verlag. 1985) Engineering Thermoplastics: Properties and Applications, Dekker, New York. 1992) Clinical and experimental studies in the biology of aseptic loosing of joint arthroplastics and the role of polymer particles, in Paniculate Debris from Medical Implants: Mechanisms of Formation and Biological Consequences, ASTM ATP 1144, . St John, (ed), American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, pp. 27–37. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

This introduction to materials science for engineers examines not only the physical and engineering properies of materials, but also their history, uses, development, and some of the implications of resource depletion, materials substitutions, and so forth. Topics covered include: the stone, copper, bronze, and iron ages; physical properties of metals, ceramics, and plastics; electrical and magnetic properties of metals, semiconductors, and insulators; band structure of metals; metallurgy of iron.

Domininghaus, Plastics for Engineers. Materials, Properties, Applications, Carl Hanser Verlag, Munich, 1993. Bring, " Back the steel? The growth of plastics in automotive applications " in 83rd Annual Meeting of the ies-for-Coatings- Technology.

Domininghaus, Hans, Plastics for Engineers, Hanser, Gardner, Cincinnati (1998) Properties of Plastics Process of Injection Molding Design for Injection.

Domininghaus, Hans, Plastics for Engineers, Hanser, Gardner, Cincinnati (1998). Society of Plastics Engineers (good book list) 203-740-5475 or ww. spe. org Hanser-Gardner (good book list) 8050-8977 or ww. ansergardner.

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Doomwarden
Most engineering educations focus on examples and analysis involving metals. Plastics are ever increasing in there use in product designs. Often however, little mechanical data is available beyond the traditional tensile testing regiments.

Plastics are more sensitive to creep and fatigue failure mode than are metals. Along with traditional material properties tables, this book also presents data on creep and fatigue for many common plastics as well.

Other books on plastics are generally presented from the perspective of chemistry. This reference also has a nice focus on mechanical properties useful to the designer. It is the best reference in my library to date on the subject.
Perius
The book was supposed to be a "Used - Good Condition." It was all a lie! It was almost new and in EXCELLENT condition! Although, looks like it came from a library in CT as it still has a pocket for a check-out/in punch card and the library's logo. It came a day earlier I believe and has great amount of information about various type of plastics that an engineer could be using for a product development.