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Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Hanna Dodiuk,Sydney H Goodman
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 1455731099
Pages : 800 pages
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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 materials yet can be easily reworked and reshaped when heated which makes it unique amongst thermosets and allows for repair and recycling. The Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, now in its 3rd edition, provides a comprehensive survey of the chemical processes, manufacturing techniques and design properties of each polymer, along with their applications. Written by a team of highly experienced practitioners, the practical implications of using thermoset plastics are presented – both their strengths and weaknesses. The data and descriptions presented here enable engineers, scientists and technicians to form judgments and take action on the basis of informed analysis. The aim of the book is to help the reader to make the right decision and take the correct action – avoiding the pitfalls the authors’ experience has uncovered. The new edition has been updated throughout to reflect current practice in manufacturing and processing, featuring: Case Studies to demonstrate how particular properties make different polymers suitable for different applications, as well as covering end-use and safety considerations. A new chapter on using nanoparticles to enhance thermal and mechanical properties. A new chapter describing new materials based on renewable resources (such as soy-based thermoset plastics). A new chapter covering recent developments and potential future technologies such as new catalysts for Controlled Radical Polymerization. Goodman and Dodiuk-Kenig provide a comprehensive reference guide to the chemistry, manufacturing and applications of thermosets. Updated to include recent developments in manufacturing – from biopolymers to nanocomposites. Case Studies illustrate applications of key thermoset plastics.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, 2nd Ed.
Author : Hanna Dodiuk,Sydney H Goodman
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 1999-12-31
ISBN 10 : 0815517777
Pages : 604 pages
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Once occupying a lesser, yet significant, role in the plastics' industry, thermoset plastics technology has increasingly become important to designers and users who work in specialty applications. Everything from toys to medical devices, and from automotive to sports and recreation products, are being manufactured using thermoset plastics. An increased understanding of thermoset plastics technology and processes has broadened their use exponentially over the last few years. In fact, the importance and contributions of unsaturated polyesters, urethanes, and epoxy thermosets have driven unprecedented sales and production figures that approach the definition of commodity materials. As a survey of the technology, the handbook provides the reader with the practical implications of crosslinking, as well as establishing relationships between time, temperature, and mass, often ignored in the general overviews allotted to thermoset plastics in other handbooks. The Handbook of Thermoset Plastics offers the most complete collection of general and technical details available for this important subject.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Hanna Dodiuk,Sydney H Goodman
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2021-04-01
ISBN 10 : 0323899943
Pages : 850 pages
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The Handbook of Thermoset Plastics provides complete coverage of the chemical processes, manufacturing techniques and design properties of each polymer, along with their applications. This Fourth Edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded to include the latest developments in the field, with new chapters on radiation curing, biological adhesives, vitrimers, and 3D printing. Thermosetting polymers are a distinct category of plastics whose high performance, durability and reliability at high temperatures make them suitable for specialty applications ranging from automotive and aerospace through to electronic packaging and consumer products. This detailed handbook considers the practical implications of using thermoset plastics and the relationships between processing, properties, and applications, as well as analyzing the strengths and weakness of different methods and applications. The aim of the book is to help the reader to make the right decision and take the correct action on the basis of informed analysis – avoiding the pitfalls the authors’ experience has uncovered. In industry, the book supports engineers, scientists, manufacturers, and R&D professionals working with plastics. The information is also of interest to researchers and advanced students in plastics engineering, polymer chemistry, and adhesives and coatings. Offers a systematic approach, guiding the reader through chemistry, processing methods, properties, and applications of thermosetting polymers. Updated to include current practice and the latest developments, including biopolymers, nanotechnology, 3D printing, radiation curing, and biological adhesives. Uses case studies to demonstrate how particular properties make different polymers suitable for different applications, as well as covering end-use and safety considerations.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Gianluca Tondi,Andreas Kandelbauer,Sidney H. Goodman
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 0128090669
Pages : 800 pages
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This chapter addresses the importance and usage of the commercially low volume thermoset plastics group known as allyls. The three significant sub-elements of this group are poly(diallylphthalates), poly(diallylisophthalates), and poly(allyldiglycol carbonate). Chemistry, processing, and properties are also described. Allyl polymers are synthesized by radical polymerizations of allyl monomers that usually do not produce high-molecular-mass macromolecules. Therefore, only a few specific monomers can produce thermosetting materials. Diallyldiglycolcarbonate (CR-39) and diallylphthalates are the most significant examples that have considerably improved our everyday life.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Sidney H. Goodman
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 1986
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 421 pages
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Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Ana Dotan
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 012809074X
Pages : 800 pages
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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. Free formaldehyde bio-based phenol resins and free bisphenol A–epoxy resins are some examples of this green chemistry concept. The importance of the conversion of biomass into sustainable bio-based polymers is discussed. Chemical pathways developed to make monomers for thermoset polymers from vegetable oils, sugar, and bio-based polyphenols (lignin, tannin, cardanol) will be reviewed.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Olga Shepelev,Sam Kenig,Hanna Dodiuk
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 0128090758
Pages : 800 pages
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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 of polymer nanocomposites. When the surface areas of the nanoparticles are modified, additional dimensions for the formulation of structural adhesives and composite matrices arise, and can be used for a variety of applications. The formulation sequence and conditions are found to determine the structure and properties of the resulting nanocomposites. This chapter reviews and analyzes the various thermoset nanocomposites containing: NCs, CNTs, NS, POSS, WS2, and Gr.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : Rodney Patterson,Andreas Kandelbauer,Uwe Müller,Herfried Lammer
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 0128090766
Pages : 800 pages
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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
Author : Witold Brostow,Sidney H. Goodman,Joshua Wahrmund
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 0128090677
Pages : 800 pages
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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 fitting with this aim, we also provide the reader with a review of the measurement techniques relevant to characterizing these materials.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
Author : K.S. Santhosh Kumar,C.P. Reghunadhan Nair
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release Date : 2013-11-28
ISBN 10 : 0128090626
Pages : 800 pages
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Polybenzoxazines (PBz) belong to the family of new generation phenolic resins. They have emerged as addition-curable polymers. This feature obviates many of the shortcomings associated with conventional phenolic resins. They are endowed with excellent thermal, physical, and thermo-physical properties, and surpass the features of many conventional and state-of-the-art polymers. These unique materials offer extraordinary characteristics: near zero shrinkage, no release of volatiles during cure, high Tg, low flammability, and high UV and chemical stabilities. Given the breadth of molecular design flexibility, a wide variety of polybenzoxazines can be developed. PBz equipped with additional curing groups can generally enhance the overall thermal and mechanical properties. Blends with epoxy resins, cyanate esters, and bismaleimides offer other opportunities for fine-tuning properties. This chapter gives an account of the developments of PBz materials from their inception to the current level of application in engineering areas.

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, 2nd Ed.
Author : Sidney W. Goodman
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 1999-12-31
ISBN 10 : 9780080946573
Pages : 604 pages
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Once occupying a lesser, yet significant, role in the plastics' industry, thermoset plastics technology has increasingly become important to designers and users who work in specialty applications. Everything from toys to medical devices, and from automotive to sports and recreation products, are being manufactured using thermoset plastics. An increased understanding of thermoset plastics technology and processes has broadened their use exponentially over the last few years. In fact, the importance and contributions of unsaturated polyesters, urethanes, and epoxy thermosets have driven unprecedented sales and production figures that approach the definition of commodity materials. As a survey of the technology, the handbook provides the reader with the practical implications of crosslinking, as well as establishing relationships between time, temperature, and mass, often ignored in the general overviews allotted to thermoset plastics in other handbooks. The Handbook of Thermoset Plastics offers the most complete collection of general and technical details available for this important subject.

Handbook of Plastics Joining
Author : Michael J. Troughton
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2008-10-17
ISBN 10 : 9780815519768
Pages : 600 pages
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The new edition of this bestselling reference provides fully updated and detailed descriptions of plastics joining processes, plus an extensive compilation of data on joining specific materials. The volume is divided into two main parts: processes and materials. The processing section has 18 chapters, each explaining a different joining technique. The materials section has joining information for 25 generic polymer families. Both sections contain data organized according to the joining methods used for that material. * A significant and extensive update from experts at The Welding Institute * A systematic approach to discussing each joining method including: process, advantages and disadvantages, applications, materials, equipment, joint design, and welding parameters * Includes international suppliers’ directory and glossary of key joining terms * Includes new techniques such as flash free welding and friction stir welding * Covers thermoplastics, thermosets, elastomers, and rubbers.