By S.-T. Lee, Chul B. Park
Combining the technological know-how of froth with the engineering of extrusion strategies, Foam Extrusion: rules and perform delivers an in depth dialogue of the idea, layout, processing, and alertness of degradable foam extraction. in a single finished quantity, the editors current the collective services of prime educational, learn, and experts whereas laying the clinical origin in this sort of demeanour that the microscopic transition from a nucleus to a void (nucleation) and macroscopic stream from a void to an item (formation) are plausibly addressed.
To maintain velocity with major advancements in foam extrusion expertise, this Second Edition:
- Includes new chapters at the most recent advancements in processing/thermal administration, rheology/melt energy, and biodegradable and sustainable foams
- Features large updates to chapters on extrusion gear, blowing brokers, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) foam, and microcellular innovation
- Contains new insurance of state of the art foaming mechanisms and expertise, in addition to new case reviews, examples, and figures
Capturing the attention-grabbing evolution of the sphere, Foam Extrusion: rules and perform, moment Edition offers scientists, engineers, and product improvement execs with a contemporary, holistic view of froth extrusion to augment learn and improvement and relief within the number of the optimum screw, die layout, and foaming system.
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