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Toughened plastics I

science and engineering
  • 575 Pages
  • 2.62 MB
  • English

American Chemical Society , Washington, DC
Plastics -- Additives., Elasto
Other titlesToughened plastics 1.
StatementC. Keith Riew, editor, Anthony J. Kinloch, editor.
SeriesAdvances in chemistry series ;, 233
ContributionsRiew, C. Keith., Kinloch, A. J., American Chemical Society. Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering., American Chemical Society. Meeting
LC ClassificationsQD1 .A355 no. 233, TP1142 .A355 no. 233
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 575 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1730161M
ISBN 100841225001
LC Control Number92034578

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The bulk and bulk-suspension processes are especially suitable for HIPS, whilst emulsion polymerisation is preferred for ABS, MBS and related by: 4. the plastic zone size can be made using the equation proposed by Irwin: ', Where r p is the plastic zone radius, and G ys is the yield strength of the material.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Bucknall, Clive Brian. Toughened plastics. London: Applied Science Publishers, However, with the ever-increasing use of plastics in the areas dominated by the use of metal or ceramics, e.g. in the automobile industry, new engineering plastics, both thermoplastics and thermoset resins, have been developed which provide the combinations of lightness and good balance of stiffness, and some also in toughness, over a wide.

If one material is a polymer, the other can be a glass, metal, air or another polymer. Many of the useful plastics are composites, obvious examples being rubber toughened and fiber-reinforced grades.

These additives are used to improve the mechanical properties of commodity plastics, allowing them to compete with engineering plastics. Description: This book is an overview of the current state of developments in engineering toughened plastics.

New theoretical approaches and practical applications as well as advances in epoxy polymers, rubber toughening, polymer blends, and micro and macro concepts are included. This chapter describes general features of a variety of rubber-toughened plastics and the relationship between structure and fracture resistance.

Study of rubber-toughened plastics shows that phase separation is an essential feature in which the rubber must be dispersed randomly like small discrete particles in the continuous-matrix phase.

1 Origin and early development of rubber-toughened plastics / Raymond B. Seymour -- 2 Rubber-toughened styrene polymers: a review / Adolf Echte -- 3 Relationships between the microstructure and fracture behavior of rubber-toughened thermosetting polymers / A.J.

Kinloch -- 4 Matrix ductility and toughening of epoxy resins / G. Levita -- 5 Pages: Bucknall, C. Toughened plastics Applied Science Pubs London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

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