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by:Keyuan     2020-06-14
Design, performance and representation of T1 alloy and mixture SIG010 advanced engineering polymer mixture Moderator: sriniivas Siripurapu 8: 00 keynote speech: SABIC Innovative plastic Polyether mixture and alloy 8: 30 explore the surface interaction of specific fillers with a performance enhancement of 1261959 | Amit Kulkarni, SABIC Innovative Plastics incorporate nano-to Micron-grade mineral-enhanced materials into impact-modified polycarbonate blends, providing a potential pathway for achieving a mixture of high stiffness and dimensional stability, which is the external sand body of the car
Traditionally, the focus of designing this mixture is to optimize the flowimpact-
Stiffness balance.
The toughness and impact properties of this enhanced mixture depend to a large extent on the properties of the booster, the amount of load, the particle size, etc.
In order to obtain excellent toughness and impact properties, modifying the surface chemistry of mineral reinforcements is the focus of the current paper.
The results will focus on the interface chemistry between the engineering thermoplastic mixture and the mineral reinforcement as a key factor in how to push the boundary Detachmentimpact-
Stiffness balance of these systems.
Surface energy effect of pm PC/SAN/MWCNT mixture at 9: 00, adding active ingredient 1263868 | Bronx I Flaris, community college of carbon nanotubes, University of New York, New York (CNTs)
It has been shown to be a versatile filler that has a favorable impact on several properties.
A worrying feature is the conductivity of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs)
It can be transferred to the insulating matrix through the packing seepage. In melt-mixed co-Continuous gathering (styrene-co-acrylonitrile)(SAN)/Polyester (PC)
A mixture containing different types of multi-walled carbon atoms was found as Selective localization of carbon atoms in the PC phase.
This has nothing to do with the polymer phase initially added to the carbon nanotubes.
This positioning will explain the use of wettingconcept.
In the demo, we will show the effect of adding the areactive component.
9: 30 The impact of recycling on the performance of engineered plastics 1275381 | James L, DeRudder, Sabic Innovative Plastics is well known that there may be significant sacrifices in the performance of recycled products.
Performance such as color, impact, consistency, and long-term aging often decreases in recycled products.
We will discuss the reasons for the loss of property;
It shows how to model with Monte Carlo simulation.
We will give an example of the impact of these performance losses on polyester, polyester and polymer blends.
It will talk about how to design an acceptable content product profile.
Prediction of phase-form development of non-convergence of polymer mixture at 10: 00
Straight 1261509 | Han-
Xiong Huang of South China University of Technology predicted the flow field with simplified Capillary number theory-
Induction of morphological development of polypropylene/nylon 6 (PP/PA6)
Mixing with volumetric agent in convergence-medium
In order to predict the flow field in the tunnel, numerical simulation is carried out.
The prediction results show that the dispersed phase is characterized by the drop structure and the fiber structure close to the channel centerline and wall, respectively.
The prediction results were verified by experiments.
Between the center line and the wall, a clear transition of the dispersed phase form is predicted.
The predicted transition position is compared with the results determined by the experiment, and the results are well consistent.
T2 bio-plastic innovation in TPS 8: 00 market conditions and possibility of information processing of bio-polymers (
Bio-polymer database)
1258452 | Mullen benzgos, University of Applied Sciences and ArtsHanover have tripled the production capacity of the Beijing Olympics players over the past three years.
The development trend of biological Olympic to biological Olympic
Away from the basics and durable materials of biodegradable and compostable materials.
Due to this change and the significant growth of the market, there is a bottleneck in the availability of information and technical data for bio-polymers.
The bio-polymer database provides a knowledge platform on bio-polymers that contains comparable properties for producer data and new measurements.
The current consolidated database reflects the market situation and serves the connection between manufacturers, converters and end users.
Model flow analysis of mobile phone cases made by TPS (
Hot Plastic Starch/(PC/ABS)
1252534 | the emergence of MCG bio-composite Sam McCord, a new base raw material consisting of recycled post-consumption/post-industrial plastics and organic biofibers, these fibers create a global market for the new classification of biological fiber composites.
Fundamentally, these composites reduce the hydrocarbon content ,(oil)
Replace with natural filler in the form of organic \"renewable.
\"This range of materials is best suited to replace pure polymers and drive a green, sustainable transition to achieve a balance of physical and mechanical properties to produce the goods and components needed throughout the product area.
Any product for injection molding, extrusion, thermoforming, rotary molding can be replaced with natural organic film bio-composites.
MCG BioComposites, LLC has been established to supply the industry.
This paper will show the use and commercial application of various biological assets. e.
Corn cob fiber, linen fiber, wheat starch.
9: 00 pm for blow molding bottle 1257574 | teanderson, hot plastic starch and polyethylene mixture of high density polyethylene of Teknor Apex company mixed with TPS, blow molding bottle.
Greenhouse gas emissions related to packaging decreased by 80%.
The method involves two presses.
Convert starch into TPS for the first time, and mix high density polyethylene with TPS for the second time
Continuous form.
Further dilution during the melting formation phase results in the dispersion of small droplets of TPS throughout the process.
TPS is used for various layer combinations without sacrificing the appearance or performance of the bottle.
10: 00 \"the effect of the molecular structure of the plasticizer on the morphology of the polymer and thermoplastic starch mixture\" 1259453 | Ata Taghizadeh of Montreal Ecole polytechnology, when preparing thermoplastic starch, two plasticizer different from polyol were used.
The effect of these plasticizer on the interface modification of thermoplastic starch/polyethylene mixture was studied.
When a plasticizer with a higher molecular weight was used, different emulsion behaviors of the capacity-increasing system were observed.
Compared with the volume average diameter, the quantity average drop size is more effective at the content of the volumetric agent.
This behavior is attributed to the chemical structure of the plasticizer.
The mechanical properties of these systems are also introduced.
10: 30 pm thermoplastic starch/polyhexone 1259470/ta Taghizadeh and Montreal polyhexone technology (PCL)
With hot plastic starch (-I-PS)
And carbon nanotubes of different composition.
Localization of solid particles is an influencing factor in filling polymer mixtures.
Therefore, SEM and TEM images are used to study the morphology and localization of nano-fillingpolymer blends.
Mixing the crystalline polymer with another polymer or nano-filler will also change the thermal properties of the polymer in different ways.
This change is made
Analysis of the temperature and temperature curves.
These results are interrelated in such a way that it is possible to confirm localization from thermal performance.
Effect of T3 composite thermoplastic based composite material 8: 00 pm particulate rubber powder on the structure and properties of polypropylene composite material 1220822 | Ravi Ayyer, Lehigh Technologies, inc. this study focuses on understanding the effects of particle size and surface area of low temperature grinding particulate rubber powder (MRP)
Performance of MRP/polypropylene (PP)composites.
Compare with the environment
Grind rubber powder and its ppcomposite.
The effects of the shape and particle size of the broken surface of the composite on the mechanical properties were studied.
In addition, this paper discusses the use of compatibility with MRP to improve the mechanical properties of PP composites for use in various market segments such as automobiles, consumers and buildings.
8: 30 Effect of fiberglass length on orientation distribution within 1259942 of injection molded composites | John Hoffman, Virginia Institute of Technology and State University applied the ellipse method to short, long fiber polymer composites, to evaluate fiber orientation.
Comparison of results orientation distribution in filling injection molding centers with different percentagesgated discs.
Preliminary results show that the increase in fiber length leads to a significant decrease in the orientation of radial fibers (Arr).
However, with the exception of a large percentage of filling, the Arz component of the directional tensor has little effect.
Study on ordered silicon of 9: 00 pm in C-Ester supercritical [O. sub. 2]
Foaming and thermal properties 1259080 | Chen Feng, Zhejiang University of Technology (Si[O. sub. 2])
By templatepolyamidamine (PAMAM)
A branch-like molecule and then a poly-C Ester (PLA)
Mix by solution. PLA/Si[O. sub. 2]
The composite was characterized in detail.
The results show that the prepared nano-silica can improve the thermal stability of PLA under different conditions.
The micro-foam of the composite was prepared by supercritical fluid CO2 foaming, which has higher bubble density and smaller bubble size compared with pure PLA foam, which indicates gooddispersed Si[O. sub. 2]
It can be used as a good non-homogeneous nuclear agent.
Improving glass
SABIC Innovative Plastics 1275362 | Adtiva Naraynan filled high performance thermoplastic polymer composites
Performance polymers such as thermoplastic pi (TPI)
Ether (PEI)
Ethereum ketone (PEEK)
It can be enhanced with glass filler to improve performance.
The new enhancement strategy is to use the new pi (PI)
The size of fiberglass that significantly improves thermal stability and the use of high-strength fiberglass (e. g. Sglass)
In order to improve the mechanical properties of the composite material, it has been developed.
Performance of commercial glass
Filler with proprietary sizing chemistry and traditional E-
Glass-based composite materials are compared respectively.
10: 00 mechanical properties of ABS/Sparkle aluminum composite 1259791 | Zhang jingjingtian Kou method of Guangdong University of Technology was used to study the screw speed and mechanical properties of aluminum content, coupling agent content, ABS/sparkle Al composite barrel temperature.
The noise signal of mechanical performance is calculated to obtain the best set of machining parameters.
It is observed that better mechanical properties of abs/sparkle Al composites require lower spark content, higher couplening agent content, medium screw speed and medium barrel temperature.
T4 decoration and Assembly advanced plastic decoration 8: 00 keynote: Matthew Carroll, when is the plastic accessories Decoration 8: 30 for General Motors Industry Trends \"digital decoration?
1258071 | Darlene Putz, the innovative industrial market for digital systems is ready to make direct use of product decorations ---
Print to print.
When is the time?
Now is the time.
Many advantages: reduce inventory-
Print on demand, personalized--
Add new product levels to the current product line and added value to add the bottom line, Green--
Very few waste and a lot of recycling plans for consumer goods.
9: 00 plastic digital printing industrial product decoration a new cutting edge 1258231 | KasperNossent, Xennia piezoelectric inkjet technology provides new and exciting micro-printing and macro printing processes
This technology offers unprecedented market opportunities for startups and professional printers.
9: 30 control the adhesion of digital UV decoration technology 1258055 | Enercon Industries, Enercon Industries, many experiments have been carried out around the world to study methods for controlling and improving the adhesion of energy-curing UV coatings, ink sand coating for decorative structural polymer.
This paper discusses a new class of atmospheric surface activation systems, appropriate measurement of wetting and adhesion,
Treatment effects and surface analysis techniques related to the optimization of UV inks, paints, coatings and adhesives to the adhesion of structural polymer surfaces.
Suggestions for improving activation through sub-strategies and applications are discussed.
Transfer efficiency and coating waste reduction 1258235 | EXEL North American Ken Eyestone This paper discusses public data on transfer efficiency of aspray applicator and actual transfer efficiency of applicator.
The test protocols used to determine the published transfer efficiency are discussed, which relate to the actual use of the applicator in the process of manufacturing the coating.
Explains the most common sources of material waste and the way to reduce it to an acceptable level to show how to maximize the actual transmission efficiency of its spray application system.
Physical vapor deposition and UV curing coating 1258222 | Jason Eich, environmental issues with traditional chrome plating continue to expand.
Parts manufacturers around the world are looking for an alternative that offers a chrome-plated visual look and durability without environmental side effects and costs associated with these decades --old process.
The \"Chrome look\" process and coating for decoration and automotive lighting has been used in the UV curing coating industry for more than 20 years.
With the development of ofUV curing coatings for physical vapor deposition, the understanding of the physical vapor deposition process and its unique functions and applications is also progressing.
This paper discusses the current chrome plating process, the advantages of physical deposition alternatives, the challenges associated with the various steps and layers of physical deposition applications, and suggestions for successful implementation of UV/physical deposition systems.
T5 engineering nature and structure D26 & PolymerAnalysis D33 2012 International Seminar on professional technologyLloyd M.
Robertson: Progress of polymer mixture and polymer membrane of James E. Tissue
Professor of outstanding chemistry, University of Mcgr, Virginia Tech, 8: 00-
Introducing James E.
McGrath, distinguished professor at Virginia Tech, NAE 8: 10-
8: 40 pm using dynamic oscillation measurements and SAXS Donald G. the ordered dynamics of polymers in solution during solvent extraction were studied
Alexander JICO Baird, professor of chemical engineering, Virginia Tech University
Concentrated order ofpoly dynamics (styrene-b-butadiene)
In neutral solvents, several concentrations of toluene on the solvent extraction path at room temperature were studied using dynamic mechanical flow measurements and SAXS.
These experiments are contrary to the more common study, that is, the study of the sequential dynamics of temperature quenching after phase separation. Poly(styrene-butadiene)
Found in toluene as six-
Packaging cylinders starting with a polymerization concentration of 30wt %. The half-
It was found that due to the competition between the thermodynamic effect and the kinetic effect, the time was initially reduced and then increased.
At a higher concentration, half
Time is reduced again, which is considered to be the result of a change in the order mechanism.
The Avrami index of 1 was obtained at all concentrations, and with two-
Size diffusion
Controlled growth or non-uniform nuclear and linear growth at higher concentrations.
The comparison of Rheo and SAXS data shows that the change of dynamic mechanical response in the ordered process is caused by the development of a single microstructure as a physical cross bond.
However, no correlation was found between the microstructure and the Avrami index. 8:45-
Multi-phase design and morphological control of 9: 15 pm proton exchange membrane
Wes Hezzleton E.
Professor Simmons, Department of aggregation engineering
At the school of polymer engineering at Akron University in 2007, Lloyd Robertson, Henry Wu and Jim McGrath, extended Lloyd\'s pioneering identification of the upper limit of gas separation to the performance of proton exchange membranes (PEMs).
The basic problem with PEMs in this case is to optimize penetration, proton flux and durability.
Unfortunately, normally, the highly expanded film does not have very good mechanical properties.
The two variables proton transport and durability are closely related to traditional homopolymers or random polymer films.
High conductivity requires high ions
Exchange capacity (IEC)
, This will also produce higher water solubility in the membrane, but high water expansion will reduce durability.
Through the survey literature, Lloyd and his co-authors observed that there appeared to be an upper limit between conductivity and water concentration in the proton exchange membrane.
Just like the upper limit of gas separation, they propose that to exceed the upper limit, the form of the membrane needs to be completely changed.
By introducing another phase in morphology, decoupling of transport and mechanical properties can be achieved, which can be achieved through polymer mixtures, block polymers, or polymer composites, many research groups around the world have been considering new designs for PEMs based on polyphase polymer systems.
Similar work is being done for membranes in other separation processes, such as reverse osmosis and batteries.
In this presentation, we will discuss our development research on the pems for the preparation of polymer mixtures and nano-composites.
Specifically, the polymer mixture is made up of a poly with a neutral polymer or another Poly and nano-composite material that contains a dispersion in a lower IEC
In both cases, the effect of the electric field alignment of the conductive phase in the direction of transmission will be discussed. 9:20-
9: 50 influence of Lloyd Robertson on gas separation membrane
Kenneth A Freeman
Kobe professor of chemical engineering at the University of Texas today, gas separation using polymer membranes is widely used in applications such as air separation and dehydration, hydrogen purification and separation, and natural gas purification.
Lloyd Robertson has made many fundamental contributions to science and engineering in this field, contributing to today\'s success.
For example, he was the first person to compile \"so-and-so.
In today\'s most widely recognized and used form, called the \"upper limit\" trade-off between engas permeability and selectivity, his groundbreaking paper on the subject is the most-citednon-
Review article in The Journal of Membrane Science.
The gas permeability properties of new materials are usually compared to Lloyd\'s original upper limit or his recent update to show progress in separation performance.
In 2007, he extended the concept to the field of fuel cell film.
His work inspired our efforts to develop cap models, as well as recent work that demonstrated this trade-off between membrane flux and the selection of porous liquid filtration membranes and those used for seawater desalination.
Based on this concept, Lloyd uses a huge database of gas permeability data in thousands of polymers to define the best value of effective gas molecular size for penetration performance.
As interest extends to the high temperature gas separation field, the temperature dependence of the upper limit has been described in theory and presented in a joint paper between Lloyd and our team in Texas.
This presentation will highlight these and Lloyd\'s other contributions to the field of gas separation in an attempt to provide some perspective on the enormous impact and impact Lloyd\'s work has and will continue to have in the field of Membrane Science. 9:55-
10: 25 mixed and compatible mixture of ethylene polymer or engineering plastic James E
Virginia ath, a distinguished professor of chemistry at Virginia Tech, I am pleased to have worked with the winners for about eight years at Union Carbide, where we have worked together for a long time (
Published papers in 1968;
Last in 2008.
Some efforts will be reviewed--
Mostly Unpublished-
There, we mixed ethylene co-polymers with specific interaction sites, which resulted in a highly compatible or even mutually soluble mixing of Ethylene polymers with, in particular, polyethylene-based chlorine (PVC)
Or even thermoplastic polyurethane in some cases.
All polymers are made by high pressure free co-polymerization or co-polymerization processes, including carbon monoxide, acrylic and N, N \'-
Propylene amine (DMA).
By melting and post-processing the commercially available ethylene-acrylic ester with diammonium, a similar propylene-amide polymer was prepared to produce the dimethyl propylene-amide part (EDMA)
, O-monoxamine, can afford N-
Ylene-based acrylic polymer (EMMA).
The synthesis and representation of these materials and their mixing capacity will be reviewed.
Later, Robertson and others.
Surprisingly, important commercial polymers-PEEK and ULTEM--
It can melt and mix, and produce an amiscvisible system of 1 Tg.
VT also shows that one can make poly (
As well as Polymers related to ULTEM or, and mix them with peeking or in some cases with polybenzol (PBI)
Produce systems that are highly compatible or even compatible.
These efforts will also be reviewed. 10:25-
Polymer Science and Engineering: career in industrial research and development
Robertson, NAE, the recipient of the award, the joint Carbide, the air retirement, the retired part-time professor of the University of Lihai, the Department of MaterialsScience, I would like to thank the Society of Plastic Engineers for the thisprestinious award.
In my career, the field of polymer science and engineering has always been a useful field of research in which interaction with talented professionals provides valuable input.
Specific areas of polymer mixing technology and polymer membrane separation include emerging technologies in my career that will be highlighted in this presentation.
Both areas have received a high degree of industrial and academic attention and we will discuss the summary of my participation in these topics and contributions.
Mixture with polymer, Structural Research-
Properties of polymer-focused multi-component systems
Based on these studies, the compatibility of polymers will be reviewed in conjunction with commercial systems.
In the field of membrane separation, the upper limit concept, permeability/selectivity correlation and the method of group contribution will be highlighted.
Other areas include plastic enhancement, impact polystyrene, polymers, engineering polymers, environmental stress destruction, and various structures-Property Studies.
Recent Involvement in emerging technology areas, including fuel cell membranes, photoelectric properties, conductive polymers and nano-composite technologies, will be briefly discussed.
PC, ABS, HIPS and pp bulk resin feed 1258370 | screw extrusion for Steve Derezinski at 8: 00 lateral stress and density measurement, the extruder technology company uses a special test device for laboratory measurements of the lateral stress and bulk density of four resin feed polymers: polycarbonate (PS)
, Acrylic acid-Ding benzene (ABS)
High impact polystyrene (HIPS)
And polypropylene (PP).
The data of transverse stress, transverse stress and density as the initial pressure function are given and the regression function is provided.
Data on volume temperature rise during compression are also provided.
8: 30 improved approximation of thermal properties of single spiral extrusion 1259534 | Maria norikid of ICIPC-
The actual screw design software of the plastic and rubber Institute is able to simulate the performance of single screw extruder according to detailed program code.
The purpose of this work is to combine analytical calculations applicable to industrial practice to propose an improved approximation of the relevant thermal properties for the simulation and design of individual extrusion screws.
Looking for a small number of parameters, an approximate function of the development of thermal properties, such as specific heat capacity, enthalpy, thermal conductivity and density, was obtained.
An improved approximation function of some common polymer families, a comparison between existing known functions and measurement data are presented.
Improving the thermal efficiency of screw extrusion 1259996 at 9: 00 | Adrian Kelly, University of Bradford, has complex thermal problems associated with polymer melt extrusion.
The process efficiency associated with melting and conveying polymers using barrel internal rotating screws is highly dependent on the friction, heat and flow properties of the polymer, the chosen screw geometry, and the specified extruder operating conditions, including the machine set temperature and screw speed.
The melting of the polymer is achieved by the combination of heat conduction and viscous shear.
This process is energy intensive, but it cannot be simply expressed as optimization with the energy per kilogram of the product.
The quality of the extrusion is also crucial.
Meltquality can be defined based on the value and uniformity of the melttemperature.
In this work,
Process monitoring technology including thermocouple grid sensor
Red thermometer and anenergy meter realize real-time
The time representation of the thermal dynamics of screw extrusion is 63. 5-mm-
Diameter extruder.
The operation of the extruder was also simulated using commercial CAE software.
Under different extrusion operating conditions, two commercial grades of polyethylene were studied using three extruder screw geometries as evidence related to process thermal efficiency.
It was found that the extruder screw geometry, screw rotation speed, extruder set temperature and material properties had a significant impact on the thermal uniformity of the melt and the process energy consumed.
9: 30 a whole three-
3D numerical method to simulate the heat zone in a single region
Screw Extruder 1257144 | Institute of Plastic Processing Sebastian granmer This paper presents a fully 3D numerical method to simulate the extrusion process in a screw extruder using fluenter software issued by ANSYS Inc.
The model predicts the accumulation of melting length pressure in the tunnel as well as the distribution of velocity and temperature.
The spiral geometry is modeled as a spiral channel and the principle of reverse motion is applied.
The solid bed is modeled as a fluid with a very high viscosity.
10: 00 inspection of performance of high speed single screw extruder for several different extrusion applications 1259581 | Davis John Christian-
This study investigated the extrusion properties of ahleigh-speed single-
Screw Extruder (HSSSE)
, To determine applicability in a variety of different extrusion applications including paper, fiber, and extrusion coatings.
Research shows that proper design can greatly improve the processing power of small robots. diametersingle-
Screw extruder for various applications.
Tuesday morning * April 3 T7 extrusion D22 meeting F: Comparison of water between mold and film I 8: 00
With the extinction of air
Quenching film blowing process-
Part 1: flat film performance 1259177 | Karen Xiao of Brampton engineering studied water-
Traditional air-
Quenching film blowing process.
The effects of process parameters such as water ring position, water temperature and annealing temperature on the performance of the final film were studied.
Barrier properties such as water-
Steam transmission rate (WVTR)
Oxygen transfer rate (OTR)
A comparison was also made.
The results were related to the difference in crystal between the samples observed using an optical microscope and WAXD.
8: 30 contrast of water-
With the extinction of air
Quenching film blowing process-
Part 2: thermoforming 1259243 | Karen Shaw, Brampton Engineering Inc.
Compared with the traditional air, the cold
Sample of quenching blown film.
In the first part, the whole crystal of water is found-
The Qu film is much lower than in the air. quench film.
This results in higher values for WVTR and OTR.
It is found that the influence of process parameters such as water ring position, water temperature and annealing temperature on the final film performance is insignificant.
In the second part of this study, the thermoforming properties of the samples will be studied in detail.
The thermoforming test was carried out for a batch of former andan automation multi-supplier thermoforming machines.
9: 00 pm ANSYS Inc. 1259441 | optimization and sensitivity analysis of Hossam Metwally film mold this study shows how target-driven optimization based on response surface can be used to optimize the shape of the film mold (coathanger die).
Parametric model mold geometry constructedcontaining three (input)
Geometric parameters.
The output parameters are defined as pressure drop and flow uniformity.
Design of the experiment (DOE)
The method of covering the feasible design space is realized.
Then a mathematical response surface is constructed to represent the correlation between the output parameters and the input geometry parameters.
By screening the response surface, two optimal designs were obtained to reduce the pressure drop and improve the flow uniformity.
In addition, assuming that the shear dilution index and flow rate of the material may change, considering the different material grades and throughput, the sensitivity and flow uniformity of the two proposed optimized designs for medium pressure drop are compared.
10: 00 improved flow uniformity of film molds using an optimized method combined with finite element CFD analysis 1252425 | Patrick C
This study by Lee, Dow Chemical, shows how the flow uniformity of a piece of dead death can be divided into three by modifying the geometry beimproved
Three dimensional finite element optimization technology.
In this study, various strategies were used to optimize the geometry to meet the ideal flow target of the mold outlet and the minimum pressure drop.
Finite element simulations using numerical optimized geometry predict more uniform flow than simulations using baseline geometry.
However, some numerical optimized mold geometry obtained in this study is impractical for manufacturing.
So we see the power of CFD.
The optimization-based approach leads to potentially better performance options;
But we have also seen the need to understand design techniques and manufacturing techniques in order to analyze the practicality of the proposed optimization solution.
By using geometric constraints, this knowledge can be used to redirect optimization to a more practical solution.
T8 Fault Analysis and Prevention SIG002 fault analysis case study Moderator: a comparative study of natural and artificial weathering effects of Anand Shah 8: 00 polypropylene/ethylene vinyl acetate (PP/EVA)
Printpack inc. 128034 | Rabeh Elleithy, the effects of natural exposure and artificial weathering properties of PP/EVA mixtures were investigated.
Composite and granulation of different mixtures.
ASTM standard samples were then molded.
Naturally exposed samples were placed in an open-air site in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for up to 7 months.
Samples of artificial weathering were exposed to ultraviolet light of xenon arc lamp [65]degrees]
C. different time
The effects of Ofweathering blends were evaluated and carried out by Fourier transform (FTIR)
Analysis and differential scanning heat (DSC).
This paper introduces our results in detail.
8: 30 photovoltaic module 1259673 | durability, reliability and safety of polymers used in Hsinjin Yang, the main purpose of this study by Underwriters Laboratory is to investigate and understand polymer materials in photovoltaic (PV)
As a function of long-term aging, modules contribute to the durability, reliability and safety of photovoltaic modules. The multi-
Based on the module design and the same lamination conditions, component lamination materials and specific coupons are manufactured.
The study covers the physical and safety performance tests of samples including vinyl acetate (EVA)
Packaging Materials, thermoplastic elastomer (PVF/PET/EVA)
Substrate, coupon and module, asa function for aging time.
The results show that DH exposure has a better aging effect than UV, and with the increase of exposure time, the degradation of materials is higher, thus reducing the reliability and safety of photovoltaic modules.
Life Prediction of plastic parts at 9: 00-
Case study 1260196 | Paul Gramann, Madison group life prediction for plastics is a very difficult proposition, but this proposition becomes more and more as plastics are used in more demanding and critical applications
The life of the plastic housing is affected by many factors, including the type of plastic, the level of stress, the temperature, the type of load and the environmental conditions.
All these factors make it almost impossible to complete the task of absolute life prediction.
However, by understanding how these factors affect plastics over time, one can begin to make educated predictions with certain accuracy.
This paper discusses techniques that can be used to predict the life of parts.
A case study is given on how to use life prediction to understand and ultimately solve the cracking of glass-reinforced polypropylene industrial fans.
Stork Technimet Inc. a plastic ratchet 1260226 | 9: 30 creep failure of Poly aldehyde hose fixture for Niles Stenmark-
The type hose card has a catastrophic failure during use, causing water damage.
The survey showed that the accident occurred in a relatively short period of time due to climate change.
Additional tests were conducted to confirm the reason.
This paper focuses on the steps used to characterize the failure mode and how to use the accelerated test method to predict the life of the part.
10: 00 wiper motor drive gear fault analysis and solution 1260296 | Mark Bennett, global component sourcing world of pressure engineering services, offers many benefits to the supply chain, but this may create obstacles to solving quality problems and solving failures.
This paper describes a challenging failure analysis involving extended use of overseas manufacturing prior to failure, uncontrolled user environment, and occasional failures.
We discuss the survey of the product, the generation of the failure hypothesis, the testing, the suggestion and the solution of the problem.
10: 30 assessment of fracture toughness of degradation polymer film 1260257 | University of Minnesota Hanxiao Ge is considering the use of polymer film as roofing material
Solar thermal collector installed.
The fracture behavior of these materials is particularly worrying for this application.
When exposed to ultraviolet light, the degradation of the film can lead to a reduction in fracture toughness.
This paper describes a method for evaluating the fracture behavior of the film, which is a function of the degree of degradation.
The preliminary results of the fracture behavior of polyethylene film are introduced.
T9 injection molding D23 process control and trouble shooting 8: 30 research on non-injection molding technology
CircularLens 1258399 | clock
Compared with symmetrical and round lenses, Chih Lin of National Taiwan University
In the process of injection molding, the circular lens has more problems in controlling the process parameters.
The imbalance between the fill pattern and the thickness change usually leads to more defects. A study of non-
Through computer simulation and experimental design, a wide-angle non-spherical mirror profile of a circular lens is proposed. A non-
Assemble the round lens and two convex lenses into a barrel to form the optical modulus of the micro projector.
The optical properties of the micro projector directly depend on the accuracy of the optical modulus.
In this study, a reasonable injection speed is calculated by simulation software, which can reduce the melt viscosity in the molding process, and the experimental design is carried out, and the thermal forming conditions are studied for the quality of the parts.
This study provides a systematic approach to predict which area the defect occurred in and to determine the optimal molding parameters based on simulation results and statistical experiments.
9: 00 to eliminate the failure of black spots and color stripes in injection molding parts 1224714 | Mark Spalding, the black spots and color stripes in the injection molding parts of Dow Chemical can reduce the output of the injection molding process
This paper presents some common root causes of black spots and colored stripes, as well as technical solutions to remove these spots and colored stripes.
Three case studies were introduced.
9: 30 keynote: Injection molding application automatically controlled by Susan Montgomery Priamus process is more than 10: 30 yuan,
Mold sensor design for measuring pressure, temperature, speed and viscosity 1259098 | David Carmer of the University of Massachusetts, Lowell designed a multi-variable sensor with a piezoelectric ring and a non-infrared detector, used to measure melting pressure and temperature.
The infrared detector includes a thermal resistor used to measure the temperature of the mold.
The melting speed of the polymer is estimated by detecting the transient melting temperature signal.
The melt viscosity is then estimated from the flow model as the slope of the melt pressure relative to the melt velocity.
The effectiveness of this method is verified by experiments.
T10 injection molding D23 emerging technology I 8: 30 pm based on polyformaldehyde and poly (LacticAcid)
: Morphology and mechanism of interface adhesion 1259913 | Satoshi Nagai-Mitsubishi Engineering-
With PLA as the film, the plastic film insertion mold was prepared with different oxygen ethylene repeat units.
Inter-racial adhesion properties between the film and the substrate were determined by micro-determination
Cutting analysis.
POM with high oxygen ethylene content showed better adhesion strength than POM with low oxygen ethylene content.
Growth of POM-
The PLA mixing layer is explained by the \"negative pressure\" mechanism in the POM phase, which is due to the ball and partial mixing between POM and PLA.
9: 00 fluid-assisted injection technology using ultrasonic measurement analysis 1257102 | Institute of Gas-assisted and water-assisted injection molding for plastic processing Sebastian Beckett
Established process for producing parts (functional)hollow space.
The quality of these parts depends largely on the properties of the internal parts, such as the residual wall thickness.
This paper discusses the online use of ultrasonic measurements to visualize the formation of hollow spaces and to determine the remaining wall thickness of thermoformed parts.
Build a gas-
Investment casting 1259924 wax injection auxiliary injection molding system | Shia-
The two processes were combined in this study. A one-
The penetration length and empty drum were studied with the dimension tube-
Core ratio under various parameters including gas delay time, short shot and wax temperature.
The wax performance was tested by importing CAE software to simulate the filling and penetration length of the wax.
The experimental results show that,
The auxiliary injection molding technology was successfully applied to wax injection.
Due to the viscosity deviation, the simulation results of wax filling and gas penetration are consistent with the experimental results, except for the gas pressure.
10: 00 Co-distribution of skin/core materials
Injection molding process: Effect of process conditions and material selection 1258422 | Shi-
Po Sun Core Technology Systems
With the use of co-more and more
Injection molding is essential to understand the distribution of skin/core materials in the cavity.
We perform numerical simulations on factors such as filling ratio, material viscosity, and injection rate.
Two core penetration behaviors and skin ratio uniformity of the material distribution profile were compared.
In addition to material distribution prediction, numerical simulations also reveal breakthrough points and turns-Effective location.
This helps parts manufacturers to improve the benefits of cooperation
Injection process by computer
Auxiliary simulation.
T11 connection for adhesive bonding of plastic and composite SIG012 adhesive, ultrasonic and vibration welding host: Phil Bates 8: 30 atmospheric pressure plasma activated plastic to improve bonding 1229074 | Robert F.
Hicks, atmospheric pressure plasma treatment at the University of California, Los Angeles, is a key process in the preparation of plastic and composite surfaces before bonding.
We observed that the adhesive strength and durability were increased by more than 50% using atmospheric plasma instead of traditional wear techniques.
The surface analysis of XPS, IR and AFM showed that the adhesion of the polymer surface was improved.
The effect of this work on polymer adhesion was discussed.
Push-forward hot pile design 1259519 | Chung Wu, Visteon Staking is a widely used connection technology for bonding similar and different materials at 9: 00 using finite element analysis.
There are many different welding techniques such as ultrasonic welding, hot air-cooled welding, hot welding and infrared welding.
Recently, there are also reports of pulse punching and laser punching.
The concept of piling is to form an abutton by means of a deformation bolt or a hollow boss (or mushroom)
Mechanically fix the two materials together
This work uses finite element (FE)
The modeling of the effects of surveillance geometry on holding forces is studied.
For FEA Modeling, 3-
A 3D solid model was established to simulate the pile under the tensile load.
It is found that the minimum height of the button is 0 to the pin diameter ratio.
625 requires a contraction in the pin during the tensile load.
In addition, smaller openings provide a higher retention force for shorter piles;
However, the impact is minimal for the greater good.
The minimum coverage needs to be made at the opening to make the shrinkage appear in the pin.
The difference between theoretical design and practical design is also discussed. 9:30 Servo-
Drive ultrasonic welding of biological composite materials.
1259761 | Sean falls, ewi a servo-
Drive ultrasonic welding system for connecting organisms
Derived PLA (PLA)
And polypropylene (PP)
Biological Composites were evaluated.
The main objective is to evaluate the welding capacity of the material, rather than necessarily optimizing the welding process at this stage. Aninjection-
This study includes the molding grade of PLA plastic. Wheat straw-
Filling PP bio-composite
Tonon-Comparison of welding samples
Filled PP and glass
Fill PP sample.
Impact of wall height not supported at 10: 00 on ABS 1260092 linear vibration welding | Avraham Benatar, Ohio State University vibration welding is very popular in the automotive industry due to short cycle and high joint quality.
In the rear lights of the car, it is often used to weld the silicone lens onto the ABS backing.
The design of the welding fixture adapts to the size change of the part, usually resulting in welding of long and high unsupported walls.
Therefore, we study the T-of the linear vibrationwelding vertical organic glass plate horizontal ABS plate-
Joint with the vibration motion to the horizontal to the PVC plate.
The effects of the height, vibration amplitude, meltdown, and pressure of the non-supported silicone wall on the strength of the joint were evaluated.
As expected, for short unsupported walls, high quality welds with short welding times are produced.
However, as the height of the wall increases, the welding time required to produce the weld will be longer until the height is so large that the PVC plate will bend instead of producing relative motion at the interface.
10: 30 impact of component warping on process control and assembly performance during vibration welding 1272642 | Sven Fridrich, Chemnitz University of Technology
Joint technologies have been developed.
In many studies, process understanding and process control strategies have been developed.
Stable stage in order to achieve reproducible welding performance
State melting formation and copper-
The rate of decline must be reached in this process.
Recent results show that the decay time has a huge impact on the morphology and mechanical properties of the weld.
These results confirm the known structure.
Attribute relationship.
Parts made in industry are more or less always off target geometry.
Typical effect
During the connection, the scaling warping of the part, the local sink marking or the side bias can lead to a local difference.
In the case of component warpage, the current policy is to increase the connection pressure to achieve a full match between the two joints. The force-
During the welding process, due to the deformation of the joint part, the local connection pressure on the welding length is different.
These different connection pressures lead to different welding properties.
This paper shows the impact on the process behavior and on the welding quality, local and global.
Welding for a long time did not help us.
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Theme: Sarah Morgan, t13 engineering properties and structures D26 & polymerization modifiers and additives D38 polymerization University of South Mississippi 1260764 | surface modification of polytopic sesgomeric sisquioxane and dispersion of nanoparticles in nano-dispersed polymer matrix is still in nano-composite achieve expected performance
Cage type double half Poly double half benzene (POSS)
Nano-structured chemicals, consisting of inorganic cage-like structures and organic halos, provide a unique opportunity to control nano-dispersion by regulating organic substituents to allow interaction with specific substrates.
This structure can also be customized to provide better surface separation in polymer melts, thus achieving desired modifications to surface properties.
By calculating the solubility parameters and molecular dynamics simulations, the relationship between the solubility estimation of POSS in the polymer matrix and the experimental results is discussed.
POSS of Thedispersion,
The modified nanoparticles in selected systems are reviewed.
Case study on the development of new applications using electron beam irradiation 1260133 | Daniel Yasenchak, E-
Developing a new cost beam service company
Effective polymer products are challenging in the current competitive market.
Electron beam irradiation is a very effective tool for improving the performance of various materials, especially polymers, and gaining a competitive advantage in many successful commercial products.
This paper reviews three case studies on the development of new polymer products using electron beam irradiation and electron beam processor action.
9: 00 analysis of attributes as the content of end-
Group forpolybond (PC)
1260391 | Sang-in the process of melting polymerization
HONAM Petrochemical Corporation hyun Park has two processes for aggregating pc in the Petrochemical industry: interface aggregation (interracial PC)
Aggregation (melt PC).
The latter has been used more recently because it is an ecosystem
Friendly process.
The biggest difference between the products produced by the two systems is the content of a specific terminalgroups.
Smaller values are detected in the interface PC, and the content in the molten PC is usually more.
Should be the greatest ending-
Group content, the greater the change of attributes caused by the surrounding environment.
To analyze the final effect,
A group that replaces polycarbonate at the other end-
Made from melt PC using the right endcapping agent.
The properties of melt index, viscosity and color were investigated.
The result, eventually-
The Capped PC shows that the performance of Jess has changed compared to the normal melt PC, and andit is similar to a cross-ethnic PC.
9: 30 economic benefits of cross-linked polyamide-
1260150 | William, a new radiation family of technology composite Co. , Ltd-
Cross-linked polyamide has been developed for the North American market.
A key component of the offer is technical support for product development.
Companies can use their current equipment or the equipment of the contract electron beam processor to cross-connect the polyamide and replace the more expensive thermoplastic resin with a cross-linked polyamide that radiates.
In this paper, the technical advantages and target applications of radiation-resistant cross-linked polyamide are discussed.
10: 00 solvent-free polymer particle coating viauvs LED Induced Polymerization in fluidized bed 1248827 | New Jersey Institute of Technology Liu Huiju is equipped with a fluidized bed coating machine with light emitting diodes (LED)
UVlamps have been shown to be used in solvent-free polymer coatings for KCIparticles.
SEM images show that the polymer coating is very uniform.
The TGA and ash test results confirm that most of the chemicals injected are coated on KCI particles.
Infrared analysis shows that the conversion rate of polymerization can reach 60% and 100% respectively in air and nitrogen.
10: 30 preparation of organic/inorganic insertion complex
Texas State University Sun-1258245
Organic Nano structure of San Marcos
Including polymer nano-composite materials, layers-by-
Layer assembled film has been widely studied in the past 20 years and has been widely used due to its excellent performance.
Polymer nano-composite material or layer-by-
Films are usually assembled using pre-prepared layers
Synthesis of nanoparticles/nanoparticles.
We propose a new method for the preparation of nano-structure hybrid materials by synthesis of nano-platelets in the polymer/monomer matrix. Alpha-
Zirconium phosphate (ZrP)
Synthesis in a solution system containing polymers (
Such as polyethylene (pet)or monomer.
During the synthesis of ZrP, the PEG chain is embedded in the mezzanine space of ZrP, resulting in a larger mezzanine distance, which is similar to the insertion compound.
The correct recipe ratio has proven to be the key to avoiding the formation of the original ZrP and avoiding interfering with the growth of the ZrP layered structure.
It was also found that longer polymer chains were desirable in order to minimize the formation of the original ZrP, but did not affect the sandwich distance.
All PEG chains are completely parallel to the layer plane.
In addition to the polymer, many other molecules have also been successfully embedded in the mezzanine space to form a plug-in structure.
T14 process monitoring SIG016 process monitoring 8: 00 film gas permeability rapid penetration measurement system 1251872 | Julia Botos, the German plastic center takes a long time to measure the gas permeability of the film according to the standard.
We propose a method for rapid measurement with helium (
Only a few minutes).
This allows to accelerate the development of new formulations of the film directly on the production line and monitor the barrier performance of quality control.
The survey shows that there is a good correlation between the results of accelerated testing and standardized testing.
Modeling and Simulation of half-heat-induced crystals and flow-induced crystals
Crystalline polymer 1252788 | Yue mu, Shandong University. simulation of thermal induction and flow-induced crystalline behavior of semi-crystalline
Crystalline polymer has important engineering significance in polymer processing.
However, the key technology still has some difficulties in practical application.
In the study, three-
Dimensional heat and flow-induced crystals of polymer melts subject to Phan-
Tenna and Tenna (PTT)
A constructive model was established.
The finite element/finite difference method for solving nonlinear control equations is introduced.
The stability of the calculation is proved by discrete elastic function
Viscous splitting stress (DEVSS)
An algorithm that incorporates the flow line reverse wind scheme.
The improved Schneider method is used to distinguish the relative changes of the thermal state and the flow state on the crystalline phenomenon.
Two driving reasons for the crystal of polypropylene in extrusion were studied, including the thermal state and the flow state.
Based on the proposed mathematical model and numerical value SC 9: 00 In-
Line measuring device for twin residence time distribution
Screw extruder and its application in polymer processing 1259560 | Zhang Cailiang, Zhejiang University. This work has developed an improved device for online measurement of residence time distribution (RTD)in a twin-screw extruder.
An important feature of the improved device is the possibility of calculating local RTD.
Another important application is in double-
Spiral extruder combined by the concept of volumetric agent
It enables it to select the most suitable volumetric agent and optimize the mixing process under industrial polymer mixing.
9: 30 using an infrared temperature sensor 1259862 to monitor the thermal uniformity in screw extrusion | Adrian Kelly, University of Bradford studied the ability of the infrared temperature sensor to provide information related to the thermal uniformity and melting performance of a single extruder.
The infrared sensor is located in the barrel of the single screw extruder close to the end of the Screw, and also in the instrument mold adapter.
The results were compared with the results obtained by the thermocouple mesh sensor located at the entrance of the extrusion die.
In the experiment of three extruder screw geometry, two grades of high density polyethylene were used in a certain screw speed range.
When located in the mold adapter, the infrared sensor detects temperature changes related to the melting instability, but these changes are less than the actual fluctuations detected by the thermocouple mesh sensor, suggesting that the depth of penetration of the infrared sensor is limited.
When located in the extruder barrel, the infrared sensor provides a batch measurement of the melting temperature on the depth of the spiral channel in the measurement section, which is more closely related to the temperature measured using a thermocouple mesh.
Ultrasonic measurement of packing concentration at 10: 00 1259925 | Charles Fry, TE Connectivity works with the National Research Council of Canada to study the use of ultrasonic measurement technology in determining packing concentration during extrusion.
The results of the project are presented.
Ultrasonic attenuation and speed are sensitive to several extrusion factors such as pressure, extrusion rate, carrier material and packing concentration.
We have demonstrated the ability to detect relative changes from the process baseline.
The technology is expected to be improved more.
T15 thermoforming D25 thermoforming innovation 8: 00 influence additive 1257122 | thermoforming properties of Maren begememann PP film processing and product properties of thermoforming polypropylene in Plastic Processing Research Institute may be squeezed out
Institute of Plastic Processing (IKV)
The University of RWTHAachen in Germany is conducting extensive testing of extrusion and continuous thermoforming with different additives.
This paper studies the effects of sliding, blocking and spraying on the thermoforming behavior of polypropylene.
8: 30 recent insights on the improvement of PP 1256386 thermoforming properties using beta cores | Mayzo Inc. Philip Jacoby
The beta core can be used to improve the thermoforming properties of polypropylene.
The benefits of the beta core include a wider processing window, better material distribution, increased rigidity and crushing strength, and higher productivity.
In this paper, we show how the performance of thermoforming parts depends on the processing conditions used, and how the new highly active beta reagents lead to lighter-weight, lower-
Unique cost products.
9: 00 recent insights on the use of beta-shaped cores to improve thermoforming 1260052 | CMT Materials, CMT Materials, Inc.
To avoid scratch problems associated with syntactic foam, solid engineering polymers have been used as plug-ins
Auxiliary materials used to form transparent polypropylene.
A new type of composite foam containing polymer epoxy resin is designed to minimize scratches and improve clarity when forming transparent materials.
The performance of the polymer composite foam for the formation of transparent polypropylene was evaluated and compared with the properties of the engineering solid polymer and the conventional grade thermoplastic composite foam.
Thermoforming liquid crystal polymer at 9: 30 pm (LCP)
1259998 | Bing Lu, ticon engineering polymer thermoforming is an economic process for forming large products. High-
Performance liquid crystal polymer (LCP)
With high thermal stability, excellent dimensional stability and high chemical resistance, this provides new opportunities for demanding applications.
In this paper, a new thermoforming LCP resin is compared with injection molding LCP resin for mechanical properties, thermal properties and flow properties.
The process conditions of sheet extrusion and hot forming are discussed.
At 10: 00, vacuum thermoforming machine 1266743 | Stefan Wilson, the prototype design of MIC designed and manufactured a prototype of vacuum thermoforming machine 9 in Metal Industry Co. , Ltd. and put it into use in 2009 months.
The requirements of Metal Industry Co. , Ltd. for the thermal forming capacity of plastics and the basis for the design of thermoforming machines are described.
Moisture-proof technology for T16 thermoplastic materials and foam D29 new materials and additives 8: 00 wood composites 1262067 | Jeffrey Cernohous, fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites made across racial solutions have become aviation and consumer goods.
Most of these composites are made of glass or carbon fiber reinforced engineering plastics.
However, polymer-based composites are being applied to cost-sensitive applications where performance requirements are higher.
For example, glass reinforced polypropylene (PP)
Composite and natural fiber reinforced olefin composite.
Wood composite products (WPCs)
Non-structural wood applications with rapid upgrades, as they provide higher maintenance properties and durability.
However, the best wood composites on the market today are half the strength, twice the weight, and five times the cost of pine and cedar!
In addition, the composite material also needs to improve its resistance to moisture and elements.
This work describes a new interface modifier for natural fiber and wood-filled olefin Composites recently developed by an interface solution.
Evaluation of Dragon at 8: 30-
Long-term performance of GFRP for injection molding hot water applications 1260022 | Masahiro Muto, Kyoto Institute of Technology
PPS and short, long fr-
SPS are used to evaluate long term
Long-term performance at high temperatures in water and air.
10,000 tensile strength after [150 hours]degrees]
Due to the degradation of the interface between matrix resin and GF, water is reduced to 60% or less.
Get together at 9: 00 (4-Methylpentene-1)
In the limited nano-film system of 1258183 | Zhang Guojun, the university layer multiplication coextrusion of Kaisi sichu was used to make nano-film4-methylpentene-1)(P4MP1)
The between rules polystyrene (sPS).
In this paper, the crystal orientation of P4MP1 under sPS restriction is studied, and the effect of confinement effect on the permeability of multi-layer films is investigated.
Demonstration of restricted P4MP1 layer as in-cancellation crystals
Through a microscope and X-
Ray spectrum
Results of In-
The planar beam crystals of 4MP1 are oriented open channels formed into the surface of the film in P4MP1 crystal.
This novel crystal structure reduces the twists and turns of gas transmission through the film, which is verified by the measurement of increased oxygen permeability tested by the Mocon oxygen device. 9:30 One-and Three-
Size alignment of graphene using a new manufacturing strategy for thermal conductive llannan
Graphene composite 1260197 | Muhammad Omer Khan, a thermoplastic foam from the University of Toronto, features a good thermal insulator.
In contrast, two new graphene nano-platelet arrangement techniques are compared in this paper (GNPs)
Linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE).
These new composites with directed graphene cues have up to 13-
Neatly folded llannan.
SEM photo display 1-D and 3-
Align gnps by drying-D
Hybrid and composite manufacturing methods.
10: 00 pm high performance metallocene polyethylene based on Nexlene [SKInnovation]TM]
Technology 1259887 | SK innovation Sewon Oh has developed a new polyethylene technology, nexlentm, capable of producing SK-based New metallocene catalysts from mPOE to mHDPE.
The process technology is based on the separation process, so it can produce sintin-1copolymers.
In addition, the twin-peak process allows for the adjustment of molecular weight distribution and co-
So we can get high.
Performance Nexlene products have excellent general physical performance, transparency, machining and sensory performance.
T17 vinyl D27, engineering performance 7 structure D26 and polymer modifiers and additives D38 engineering design 8: 001-0. 43 million energy and advanced MaterialsDivision weight reduction to automotive mainframe plants in the automotive industry are working on all possible strategies including low density vehiclefuel polymer compound, to reduce weight and improve efficiency to meet the average fuel economy of 2025 Enterprises (CAFE)targets.
This presentation will provide an overview of the current weight production method for automotive plastic parts.
Polymer poly-oxygen-formaldehyde properties of 8: 30 pm in invasive fuel 1259963 | ticon engineering polymer Jeremy Klug (POM)
Polyaldehyde is an engineering thermoplastic resin used mainly for injection molding products in the past 50 years.
The benefits of POM
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