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[EAN: 9781847351296], Neubuch, [PU: Smithers Rapra Technology, United Kingdom], Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Mixing in Single Screw Extrusion is a must-have practical guide to the subject of single-screw extrusion. Avoiding mathematical theory, except when absolutely necessary, this authoritative handbook assists the reader to achieve good results with their plastic mixing. This book will be a valuable resource to all involved in the art of plastic extrusion. A lot of plastics products are extruded and most of those products contain additives, which mean that the plastic must be mixed at some point. Mixing is generally done with a twin-screw extruder, and the single-screw extruder, which is used in product production, is generally overlooked as a device for mixing. This reference handbook, written by a former Principal Consultant at Smithers Rapra, and the inventor of the cavity transfer mixer, redresses the balance. Extrusion is used for about half of all plastics product manufacture, mostly using single screw extruders. Very often part of their role is the incorporation of one or more of a very wide range of additives, mainly in the form of masterbatches. These range from very visible colours to the invisible traces of anti-block and slip additives. There are also continuing pressures to improve overall economics and these require increased mixing performance in many cases. With the growing pressures to increase the amount of plastics recycling, both the limitations and success in blending the mainly incompatible polymer combinations are explained. The development of add-on cavity mixers and floating ring mixers, together with their methodology are described, whilst the associated innovative techniques using liquid injection of colours, tackifiers, lubricants, crosslinking agents and foaming agents, (particularly carbon dioxide) are included. Developments in controlled levels of blending by chaotic mixing to produce products with very specific properties such as barrier films is briefly described. Extrusion tests for carbon black dispersion are included and the book concludes with a practical guide to the preparation of microtomed plastics specimens for evaluation by optical microscopy.

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[EAN: 9781847351296], Neubuch, [PU: Smithers Rapra Technology, United Kingdom], Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Mixing in Single Screw Extrusion is a must-have practical guide to the subject of single-screw extrusion. Avoiding mathematical theory, except when absolutely necessary, this authoritative handbook assists the reader to achieve good results with their plastic mixing. This book will be a valuable resource to all involved in the art of plastic extrusion. A lot of plastics products are extruded and most of those products contain additives, which mean that the plastic must be mixed at some point. Mixing is generally done with a twin-screw extruder, and the single-screw extruder, which is used in product production, is generally overlooked as a device for mixing. This reference handbook, written by a former Principal Consultant at Smithers Rapra, and the inventor of the cavity transfer mixer, redresses the balance. Extrusion is used for about half of all plastics product manufacture, mostly using single screw extruders. Very often part of their role is the incorporation of one or more of a very wide range of additives, mainly in the form of masterbatches. These range from very visible colours to the invisible traces of anti-block and slip additives. There are also continuing pressures to improve overall economics and these require increased mixing performance in many cases. With the growing pressures to increase the amount of plastics recycling, both the limitations and success in blending the mainly incompatible polymer combinations are explained. The development of add-on cavity mixers and floating ring mixers, together with their methodology are described, whilst the associated innovative techniques using liquid injection of colours, tackifiers, lubricants, crosslinking agents and foaming agents, (particularly carbon dioxide) are included. Developments in controlled levels of blending by chaotic mixing to produce products with very specific properties such as barrier films is briefly described. Extrusion tests for carbon black dispersion are included and the book concludes with a practical guide to the preparation of microtomed plastics specimens for evaluation by optical microscopy.

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[EAN: 9781847351296], Neubuch, [PU: Smithers Rapra Technology, United Kingdom], Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Mixing in Single Screw Extrusion is a must-have practical guide to the subject of single-screw extrusion. Avoiding mathematical theory, except when absolutely necessary, this authoritative handbook assists the reader to achieve good results with their plastic mixing. This book will be a valuable resource to all involved in the art of plastic extrusion. A lot of plastics products are extruded and most of those products contain additives, which mean that the plastic must be mixed at some point. Mixing is generally done with a twin-screw extruder, and the single-screw extruder, which is used in product production, is generally overlooked as a device for mixing. This reference handbook, written by a former Principal Consultant at Smithers Rapra, and the inventor of the cavity transfer mixer, redresses the balance. Extrusion is used for about half of all plastics product manufacture, mostly using single screw extruders. Very often part of their role is the incorporation of one or more of a very wide range of additives, mainly in the form of masterbatches. These range from very visible colours to the invisible traces of anti-block and slip additives. There are also continuing pressures to improve overall economics and these require increased mixing performance in many cases. With the growing pressures to increase the amount of plastics recycling, both the limitations and success in blending the mainly incompatible polymer combinations are explained. The development of add-on cavity mixers and floating ring mixers, together with their methodology are described, whilst the associated innovative techniques using liquid injection of colours, tackifiers, lubricants, crosslinking agents and foaming agents, (particularly carbon dioxide) are included. Developments in controlled levels of blending by chaotic mixing to produce products with very specific properties such as barrier films is briefly described. Extrusion tests for carbon black dispersion are included and the book concludes with a practical guide to the preparation of microtomed plastics specimens for evaluation by optical microscopy.

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Extrusion is used for about half of all plastics product manufacture, mostly using single screw extruders. Very often part of their role is the incorporation of one or more of a very wide range of additives, mainly in the form of masterbatches. These range from very visible colours to the invisible traces of anti-block and slip additives. There are also continuing pressures to improve overall economics and these require increased mixing performance in many cases.The situation that mixing in conventional single screw extruders can easily be sub-standard for the application is illustrated in the book's first chapter which describes a number of real examples of inadequate mixing. The book explains why these typical shortcomings occur and the application of mixing principles plus various practical approaches to eliminating such problems. With the growing pressures to increase the amount of plastics recycling, both the limitations and success in blending the mainly incompatible polymer combinations are explained.The development of 'add-on' cavity mixers and floating ring mixers, together with their methodology are described, whilst the associated innovative techniques using liquid injection of colours, tackifiers, lubricants, crosslinking agents and foaming agents, (particularly carbon dioxide) are included. Developments in controlled levels of blending by 'chaotic mixing' to produce products with very specific properties such as barrier films is briefly described.Extrusion tests for carbon black dispersion are included and the book concludes with a practical guide to the preparation of microtomed plastics specimens for evaluation by optical microscopy. Textbooks New Books ~~ Science~~ Chemistry ~~ Industrial & Technical Mixing-In-Single-Screw-Extrusion~~Martin-Gale Smithers Rapra Technology

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Smithers Rapra Technology], Extrusion is used for about half of all plastics product manufacture, mostly using single screw extruders. Very often part of their role is the incorporation of one or more of a very wide range of additives, mainly in the form of masterbatches. These range from very visible colours to the invisible traces of anti-block and slip additives. There are also continuing pressures to improve overall economics and these require increased mixing performance in many cases. The situation that mixing in conventional single screw extruders can easily be sub-standard for the application is illustrated in the book's first chapter which describes a number of real examples of inadequate mixing. The book explains why these typical shortcomings occur and the application of mixing principles plus various practical approaches to eliminating such problems. With the growing pressures to increase the amount of plastics recycling, both the limitations and success in blending the mainly incompatible polymer combinations are explained. The development of 'add-on' cavity mixers and floating ring mixers, together with their methodology are described, whilst the associated innovative techniques using liquid injection of colours, tackifiers, lubricants, crosslinking agents and foaming agents, (particularly carbon dioxide) are included. Developments in controlled levels of blending by 'chaotic mixing' to produce products with very specific properties such as barrier films is briefly described. Extrusion tests for carbon black dispersion are included and the book concludes with a practical guide to the preparation of microtomed plastics specimens for evaluation by optical microscopy.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781847351296
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1847351298
Paperback
Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: Smithers Rapra Technology
286 Pages
Weight: 0,535 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781847351296

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1-84735-129-8, 978-1-84735-129-6


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