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Advances in Polymer Processing: From Macro- to Nano- Scales
Woodhead Publishing Ltd, May 2009, Pages: 752
Processing techniques are critical to the performance of polymer products which are used in a wide range of industries. Advances in polymer processing: from macro- to nano- scales reviews the latest advances in polymer processing, techniques and materials.
Part one reviews the fundamentals of polymer processing with chapters on rheology, materials and polymer extrusion.
Part two then discusses advances in moulding technology with chapters on such topics as compression, rotational and blow moulding of polymers.
Part three reviews alternative processing technologies such as calendaring and coating, foam processing and radiation processing of polymers.
Part four discusses micro and nano-technologies with coverage of themes such as processing of macro, micro and nanocomposites and processing of carbon nanotubes. The final section of the book addresses post-processing technologies with chapters on online monitoring and computer modelling as well as joining, machining, finishing and decorating of polymers.
With its distinguished editors and team of international contributors, Advances in polymer processing: from macro- to nano- scales scales will be an invaluable reference for engineers and academics concerned with polymer processing.
Part 1 Introduction: Recent advances in polymer processing: the state of the art, new challenges and opportunities
- Non-Newtonian fluid mechanics and polymer rheology
- Polymeric materials: elastomers, plastics, fibers, composites, nanocomposites and blends
- Compounding and mixing of polymers
- Screw extrusion in polymer processing
- Reactive extrusion of polymers.
Part 2 Moulding technology: Injection moulding of polymers
- Rotational moulding of polymers
- Blow moulding of polymers.
Part 3 Alternative processing technologies: Liquid resin and polymer solution processing
- Calendering and coating of polymers
- Thermoforming of polymers
- Polymer processing using supercritical fluids
- Radiation processing of polymers
- Novel processing additives for extrusion and injection moulding of polymers.
Part 4 Micro and nanotechnologies: Preparing rubber based nanocomposites through compounding and vulcanization
- Micromoulding of polymers
- Reactive polymer processing and design of stable micro and nano-structures
- Processing of carbon nanotubes and carbon nanotube based polymer nanocomposites.
Part 5 Analysis of the moulding process and post-processing technologies: Online monitoring of mould flow in polymer processing
- Computer modeling and simulation of polymer processing
- Joining, machining, finishing and decorating of polymers.
Dr Sabu Thomas is Professor of Polymer Technology at the Mahatma Gandhi University, India, and is highly regarded for his research in the field of polymers. Professor Yang Weimin is currently undertaking research at Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China.
Professor Yang Weimin is currently undertaking research at Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China.