Advanced Materials for Water Handling: Composites and Thermoplastics

  • ID: 1752603
  • Book
  • 500 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Rapid evolution is taking place in the water market world wide - driven by increased consumer demand allied to the rarefraction of clean water. The inherent characteristics of composites materials associated with current materials and production technology is allowing the increased use of previously high cost materials and processes at ever decreasing costs.
The Handbook is designed to bring specifiers up to speed with these materials and the new areas of application associated with them, exploring the scope, performance, cost effectiveness and environmental and legislative consequences of their use.
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Chapter headings: Introduction. The Water Industry. Materials. Production Technology. Design, Production and Testing Standards. Using Non-Metallic Materials with Potable Water. Products and Applications
Composite and Thermoplastic Pipe Systems. Products and Applications
Composite and Thermoplastic Tanks, Silos and Other Vessels. Products and Applications
Miscellaneous Equipment. Novel Applications. Other Case Histories. Quality Systems and a Summary of Considerations Specific to the use of Thermoplastic and Composite Materials. Raw Materials. Trademarks, Equipment Suppliers and Manufacturers. Governing Bodies, Authorities, and Associations of Relevance to the Scope of this Handbook. Glossary of Abbreviations/Technical Terms
Bibliography.
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Scott, D.V.
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