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Polymer Processing : Principles and Modeling, 2nd Edition

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Title: Polymer Processing : Principles and Modeling, 2nd Edition
Author: Bruno Vergnes, Jean-Francois Agassant, Michel Vincent, Pierre Avenas, Pierre J. Carreau
ISBN: 156990605X / 9781569906057
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 841
Publisher: Hanser Gardner
Year: 2017
Availability: Out of Stock
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Engineering of polymers is not an easy exercise: with evolving technology, it often involves complex concepts and processes. This book is intended to provide the theoretical essentials: understanding of processes, a basis for the use of design software, and much more.

The necessary physical concepts such as continuum mechanics, rheological behavior and measurement methods, and thermal science with its application to heating-cooling problems and implications for flow behavior are analyzed in detail. This knowledge is then applied to key processing methods, including single-screw extrusion and extrusion die flow, twin-screw extrusion and its applications, injection molding, calendering, and processes involving stretching.

With many exercises with solutions offered throughout the book to reinforce the concepts presented, and extensive illustrations, this is an essential guide for mastering the art of plastics processing. Practical and didactic, Polymer Processing: Principles and Modeling is intended for engineers and technicians of the profession, as well as for advanced students in Polymer Science and Plastics Engineering.


Chapter 1 : Continuum Mechanics: Review of Principles
Chapter 2 : Rheological Behavior of Molten Polymers
Chapter 3 : Energy and Heat Transfer in Polymer Processes
Chapter 4 : Approximations and Calculation Methods
Chapter 5 : Single-Screw Extrusion and Die Flows
Chapter 6 : Twin-Screw Extrusion and Applications
Chapter 7 : Injection Molding
Chapter 8 : Calendering
Chapter 9 : Polymer Stretching Processes
Chapter 10 : Flow Instabilities


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