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International Plastics Handbook
Author : Tim A. Osswald
Publisher : Hanser Gardner Publications
Release Date : 2006
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 902 pages

The International Plastics Handbook offers everything there is to know about plastics – state-of-the-art, comprehensively compiled in a compact and well organized format. From material properties to machines, processing, and applications, the user will find detailed information that will allow the successful implementation of new materials and technologies. The book also provides a current list of trade names and suppliers, both in print and electronic versions. This concise, competent, modern reference not only explains the basic facts and interrelationships, but it also is a practical guide to engineers helping them succeed in today's challenging industrial world.

Modern Plastics Handbook
Author : Charles A. Harper
Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date : 2000-03-24
ISBN 10 : 9780070267145
Pages : 1298 pages

State-of-the-art guide to plastic product design, manufacture and application. Edited by Charles A. Harper and sponsored by Modern Plastics, the industry's most prestigious trade magazine, Modern Plastics Handbook packs a wealth of up-to-date knowledge about plastics processes, forms and formulations, design, equipment, testing and recycling. This A-to-Z guide keeps you on top of: *Properties and performance of thermoplastics, polymer blends...thermosets, reinforced plastics and composites...natural and synthetic elastomers *Processes from extrusion, injection and blow molding to thermoforming, foam processing, hand lay-up and filament winding, and many, many more * finishing and bonding...coatings and finishes, subjects difficult to find treated elsewhere in print *More!

Plastics Handbook
Author : Tim A. Osswald,Erwin Baur,Natalie Rudolph
Publisher : Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
Release Date : 2019-01-28
ISBN 10 : 1569905606
Pages : 704 pages

The Plastics Handbook provides everything important there is to know about plastics, comprehensively compiled in a compact and well-organized format. From material properties to machines, processing, and applications, the user will find detailed information that allows the successful implementation of new materials and technologies. This concise, competent, modern reference not only explains the basic facts and interrelationships, but also serves as a practical guide for engineers to help them succeed in today's challenging, global industrial world. Searching for specific materials, properties, or any other information is particularly easy, because the reader also has free access to the electronic version of the book. The 5th edition is comprehensively updated throughout, with a new clearer layout. Also now in full color! Contents: - Common Acronyms in Plastics Technology - Introduction (Economic Significance, Classification, Composition, Effects of Processing on Properties, Modifications of Plastic Materials) - Material Properties and Testing Methods - Plastic Processing Technologies - Plastic Materials - Additives, Fillers, and Fibers - Material Properties Overview

Nylon Plastics Handbook
Author : Melvin I. Kohan
Publisher : Hanser Gardner Publications
Release Date : 1995-01-01
ISBN 10 : 9781569901892
Pages : 631 pages

This handbook addresses nylon plastics technology, including blending and toughening. State-of-the-art analytical techniques, transition phenomena, and structural details are fully discussed.

Additives for Plastics Handbook
Author : J. Murphy
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2001-11-22
ISBN 10 : 9780080498614
Pages : 484 pages

Both technically and economically, additives form a large and increasingly significant part of the polymer industry, both plastics and elastomers. Since the first edition of this book was published, there have been wide-ranging developments, covering chemistry and formulation of new and more efficient additive systems and the safer use of additives, both by processors in the factory and, in the wider field, as they affect the general public. This new edition follows the successful formula of its predecessor, it provides a comprehensive view of all types of additives, concentrating mainly on their technical aspects (chemistry/formulation, structure, function, main applications) with notes on the commercial background of each. The field has been expanded to include any substance that is added to a polymer to improve its use, so including reinforcing materials (such as glass fibre), carbon black and titanium dioxide. This is a book which has been planned for ease of use and the information is presented in a way which is appropriate to the users' needs.

Plastics Technology Handbook, Fourth Edition
Author : Manas Chanda,Salil K. Roy
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2006-12-19
ISBN 10 : 1420006363
Pages : 896 pages

Because the field of plastics is one of the fastest changing areas today, the need arises to offer relevant, comprehensive material on polymers. An established source of information on modern plastics, the Plastics Technology Handbook continues to provide up-to-date coverage on the properties, processing methods, and applications of polymers. Retaining the easy-to-follow structure of the previous editions, this fourth edition includes new topics of interest that reflect recent developments and lead to better insights into the molecular behavior of polymers. New to the Fourth Edition Advances in supramolecular polymerization, flame retardancy, polymer-based nanomedicines, and drug delivery The new concept of oxo-biodegradable polymers Broadened discussion on plastic foams and foam extrusion processes More information on the processing and applications of industrial polymers, including the emerging field of nanoblends Developments in polymer synthesis and applications, such as polymeric sensors, hydrogels and smart polymers, hyperbranched polymers, shape memory polymers, polymeric optical fibers, scavenger resins, polymer nanocomposites, polymerization-filled composites, and wood-polymer composites A state-of-the-art account of the various available methods for plastics recycling Advances in the use of polymers in packaging, construction, the automotive and aerospace industries, agriculture, electronics and electrical technology, biomedical applications, corrosion prevention, and sports and marine applications Plastics Technology Handbook, Fourth Edition thoroughly covers traditional industrial polymers and their processing methods as well as contemporary polymeric materials, recent trends, and the latest applications.

The Plastics Handbook
Author : Chris Lefteri
Publisher : Rotovision
Release Date : 2008
ISBN 10 : 9782888930020
Pages : 287 pages

From plastics with the strength and durability of metal, to mass-produced skins, sensuous plastics, and rental DVDs that expire 48 hours after you've opened the packaging, this title offers a fascinating insight into the most innovative and unusual plastics for designers and manufacturers throughout the world.

Reinforced Plastics Handbook
Author : Donald V Rosato,Dominick V Rosato
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2004-12-15
ISBN 10 : 9780080516011
Pages : 1082 pages

In this 3rd Edition of the Reinforced Plastics Handbook the authors have continued the approach of the late John Murphy, author of the first and second editions.The book provides a compendium of information on every aspect of materials, processes, designs and construction.Fiber-reinforced plastics are a class of materials in which the basic properties of plastics are given mechanical reinforcement by the addition of fibrous materials. The wide choice of plastics resin matrices and the correspondingly wide choice of reinforcing materials mean that the permutations are virtually unlimited. But the optimum properties of resin and reinforcement cannot be obtained unless there is an effective bond between the two, and this is the continuing objective of reinforced plastics production, design and processing. · New 3rd edition of this comprehensive practical manual · This is a 'bible' for all those involved in the reinforced plastics industry, whether manufacturers, specifiers, designers or end-users. · Has been completely revised and updated to reflect all the latest developments in the industry

Engineering Plastics Handbook
Author : James Margolis
Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date : 2005-11-16
ISBN 10 : 0071589104
Pages : 436 pages

Tougher and cheaper than other materials, thermoplastic resins are used in applications ranging from aircraft frames to glass windows. This is the first authoritative source for building and evaluating new product lines. Written by a top team of international experts, this reference incorporates the chemical, mechanical, and physical data necessary to compare and evaluate existing product lines with new and emerging products.

Applied Plastics Engineering Handbook
Author : Myer Kutz
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2016-09-15
ISBN 10 : 0323390412
Pages : 784 pages

Applied Plastics Engineering Handbook: Processing, Materials, and Applications, Second Edition, covers both the polymer basics that are helpful to bring readers quickly up-to-speed if they are not familiar with a particular area of plastics processing and the recent developments that enable practitioners to discover which options best fit their requirements. New chapters added specifically cover polyamides, polyimides, and polyesters. Hot topics such as 3-D printing and smart plastics are also included, giving plastics engineers the information they need to take these embryonic technologies and deploy them in their own work. With the increasing demands for lightness and fuel economy in the automotive industry (not least due to CAFÉ standards), plastics will soon be used even further in vehicles. A new chapter has been added to cover the technology trends in this area, and the book has been substantially updated to reflect advancements in technology, regulations, and the commercialization of plastics in various areas. Recycling of plastics has been thoroughly revised to reflect ongoing developments in sustainability of plastics. Extrusion processing is constantly progressing, as have the elastomeric materials, fillers, and additives which are available. Throughout the book, the focus is on the engineering aspects of producing and using plastics. The properties of plastics are explained, along with techniques for testing, measuring, enhancing, and analyzing them. Practical introductions to both core topics and new developments make this work equally valuable for newly qualified plastics engineers seeking the practical rules-of-thumb they don't teach you in school and experienced practitioners evaluating new technologies or getting up-to-speed in a new field. Presents an authoritative source of practical advice for engineers, providing guidance from experts that will lead to cost savings and process improvements Ideal introduction for both new engineers and experienced practitioners entering a new field or evaluating a new technology Updated to include the latest technology, including 3D Printing, smart polymers, and thorough coverage of biopolymers and biodegradable plastics

Handbook of Plastics Joining
Author : Michael J. Troughton
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2008-10-17
ISBN 10 : 9780815519768
Pages : 600 pages

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.

Plastics Handbook
Author : Modern Plastics Magazine
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Companies
Release Date : 1994
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 237 pages

Mechanical, materials, and manufacturing engineers can now find definitive coverage of the latest on plastics in this single, comprehensive reference work. Filled with leading-edge articles culled from the pages of Modern Plastics, this well-illustrated resource provides the most current information on resins and compounds, chemicals and additives, primary processing, fabricating and finishing, and more.