Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

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  • Author : Hanna Dodiuk
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Pages : 800 pages
  • ISBN : 1455731099
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Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Hanna Dodiuk,Sydney H Goodman
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Thermosetting plastics are a distinct category of plastics whose high performance, durability and reliability at high temperatures makes them suitable for specialty applications ranging from automotive and aerospace through to electronic packaging and consumer products (your melamine kitchen worktop is a thermoset resin!). Recent developments in thermoset plastics technology and processes has broadened their use exponentially over recent years, and these developments continue: in November 2011, French scientists created a new lightweight thermoset that is as strong and stable as previous

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Witold Brostow,Sidney H. Goodman,Joshua Wahrmund
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Epoxies are an indispensable class of polymers for modern industry. These materials are so ubiquitous, in fact, that scientists and engineers from a very wide range of disciplines are likely to encounter them in quite disparate settings. In recognition of this, the present chapter is organized to suit a variety of backgrounds: chemists, physicists, materials scientists, engineers, and the like. The essential elements of epoxy chemistry are presented first, followed by a host of physical properties, and then applications. In

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Ana Dotan
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Thermosets from renewable sources have been a research focus for the last few decades. Bio-based thermoset resins are considered important candidates for sustainable development since they present the potential to reduce both CO2 footprints and the dependence on petroleum. In order to reduce the ecological impact of a polymer without compromising mechanical and thermal behavior, in some cases, partially bio-based raw materials are accepted. High bio-content resins based on low-toxicity raw materials are the goal for future bio-based thermoset polymers.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Rodney Patterson,Andreas Kandelbauer,Uwe Müller,Herfried Lammer
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Cross-linked thermoplastics represent an important class of materials for numerous applications such as heat-shrinkable tubing, rotational molded parts, and polyolefin foams. By cross-linking olefins, their mechanical performance can be significantly enhanced. This chapter covers the three main methods for the cross-linking of thermoplastics: radiation cross-linking, chemical cross-linking with organic peroxides, and cross-linking using silane-grafting agents. It also considers the major effects of the cross-linking procedure on the performance of the thermoplastic materials discussed.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Bibin John,C.P. Reghunadhan Nair
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Syntactic foams are particulate polymer matrix composite materials consisting of hollow microspheres dispersed in a matrix. The matrix used in syntactic foams can be polymer, metal, or ceramic. Polymer matrices, particularly the thermosetting polymers, have been the most widely accepted matrices in syntactic foams. From the processing and application point of view, thermosetting syntactic foams have many advantages compared to thermoplastic ones. This chapter deals with syntactic foams based on various thermosetting resins and the chemistry of the resin systems.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : M. Satheesh Chandran,C.P. Reghunadhan Nair
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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High-performance polymer matrix composites, particularly those for aerospace applications, are designed to withstand high thermal and aerodynamic stresses. This calls for matrix resins with superior thermal and thermo-mechanical properties. Among the diverse thermoset resins, bismaleimide resins stand out as a class of high-performance, addition-curable polyimide resins with excellent thermal, physical, and thermo-mechanical properties. However, their inherent limitations (including brittleness and poor processability) are impediments for their wide acceptability, thus necessitating their structural modification, co-reaction, or blending with suitable compounds to

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Kreisler S.Y. Lau
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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An historical perspective is presented of the commercialization of key aromatic polyimides and related polymers since the mid-20th Century. This precedes a focused discussion of technical advancements in the research, development, and engineering applications of these polymers and modifications during the ensuing decades. Improvements on processibility to facilitate specific applications and fabrication methodologies in the aerospace, automotive, and semiconductor industries has resulted in the successful commercialization of many useful high-temperature resistant thermosetting aromatic polyimides and other aromatic polymers.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Olga Shepelev,Sam Kenig,Hanna Dodiuk
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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With recent developments in nanotechnology, thermoset nanocomposites offer numerous advantages compared to conventional composite materials. Moreover, with the emergence of commercial nanomaterials like nanoclays (NCs), carbon nanotubes (CNTs), nanosilica (NS), Polyhedral-Oligomeric-Sil-Sesquioxanes (POSS), tungsten-disulfide (WS2) fullerenes and tubes, and Graphene (Gr), new potential routes have been opened to tailor thermosetting polymers in the nanoscale range. Due to the large surface area of the nanosize particles, only small amounts are needed to cause significant changes in the mechanical, physical, and thermal properties

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Helena Janik,Maciej Sienkiewicz,Justyna Kucinska-Lipka
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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In the chapter polyurethanes of practical use like poly(esterurethanes), poly(ether-urethanes), and poly(urethaneurea) are described. They belong to block copolymers in which chemically connected hard and soft blocks (segments) are present. Those macromolecules are characterized by the presence of polar urethane groups in the main backbone next to ester, ether, urea, and other groups. Cross-linked Pus are developed as advanced coatings or membranes, polymers with shape memory properties, materials resistant to biodegradation for medical application, or materials with

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Andreas Kandelbauer
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Process analysis and process control has attracted increasing interest in recent years. The development and application of process analytical methods is a prerequisite for the knowledge-based manufacturing of industrial goods, and allows for the production of high-value products of defined, constantly good quality. Discussed in this chapter are the measurement principle and some relevant aspects and illustrative examples of online monitoring tools as the basis for process control in the manufacturing and processing of thermosetting resins. Optical spectroscopy is featured

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : Hanna Dodiuk,Sidney H. Goodman
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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This chapter presents common concepts applicable to the entire field of thermosetting plastics. Included are basic definitions and terminology, chemical reaction mechanisms, and selected analysis techniques.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
  • Author : A. Gandini,M.N. Belgacem
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 28 November 2013
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Polymer networks derived from furan monomers are discussed, with particular emphasis on recent contributions. Resins based on furfural and furfuryl alcohol represent the most important family within this context, but other materials are becoming relevant, such as polyurethane foams, various photo-curable macromolecules bearing furan rings within the chain (or pendant to it), conjugated cross-linked poly(2-vinylfuran) as proton traps, and thermo-reversible networks prepared by Diels-Alder polycondensations involving furan and maleimide moieties.