9781861250940

Polymer Process Engineering 99

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    9781861250940

  • ISBN10:

    1861250940

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-06-01
  • Publisher: CRC Press
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Summary

Proceedings of an international conference held in June 1999 which was designed to address the issues: Where is polymer processing going? and What are the key trends in technology at the end of the 20th century in this vital international industry? Papers cover leading edge developments in polymer processing technology, in-process measurements and process flow modelling and control.

Table of Contents

Foreword vii
Supply Chain Management in the Material Science and Electronics Industry
1(7)
D Hart
1: INJECTION MOULDING DEVELOPMENTS
Microsystem® -- the Innovative Solution for Microprecision Parts
8(10)
M Ganz
Monitoring Batch to Batch Variation in Injection Moulding
18(10)
A L Kelly
A J Dawson
A Key
M Woodhead
P D Coates
Supercritical Enhanced Processing
28(9)
S Kazarian
B Briscoe
C J Lawrence
GiMtech -- Gas in Melt Technology
37(9)
B Penney
2: SIMULATION AND MODELLING DEVELOPMENTS
Injection Moulding Optimization -- Consistent Machine Setup
46(10)
A R Thomas
R G Speight
J Gosden
Glass Fibre within an Injection-Moulded Automotive Pedal: Comparison between Experiment and Prediction
56(14)
B R Whiteside
P D Coates
P J Hine
R Duckett
Prediction of Shrinkage and Warpage of Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic Parts Using Anisotropic Material Properties
70(12)
A J Van Der Lelij
DuPont
Extrusion Die Flow Prediction
82(22)
W J Busby
Modelling of Solid Phase Deformation Processing of Polymers
104(5)
J Sweeney
P Caton-Rose
P D Coates
N Wrigley
3: PROCESS MONITORING DEVELOPMENTS
Analyses of Cavity Filling Phenomena Using Rotary Runner Exchanger System
109(8)
H Yokoi
Y Murata
Y Kanetoh
Optical Fibre Based Sensors for Process and Condition Monitoring of Composites
117(26)
G Fernando
T Liu
P. A. Crosby
Ultrasonic Investigations of Process Variation In-Line during Extrusion and Injection Moulding
143(12)
E Brown
G D Smith
P Olley
P D Coates
Melt Temperature Measurement in Polymer Processing
155(17)
A Wood
Visualisation of 3-D Effects in Melt Flows
172(8)
P D Coates
M Kamala
M Martyn
M Matsuoka
4: EXTRUSION & OTHER PROCESSING DEVELOPMENTS
Enhancing Closed Loop Control
180(8)
S Dominey
Tube Coextrusion Heads and Products
188(9)
P Cox
Dual Cyclone Technology in Materials Handling
197(18)
R Lee
Development in Thermoforming Research
P. M. Martin
J. Lappin
Y. Mubarak
G. Harron
D. Dixon
P. Collins
N. Martin
E Harkin Jones
Special Topic: Business Progress
A UK Plastics Technology Revival?
215
B Murray

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