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Save Laboratory Time and Money
Steve Mogensen, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging
New Feeding Trends to the Extruder Inlet in Polyolefin Compounding Plants
Andy Kovats, February 2018
Advances in Compounding and Extrusion
TPO in Roofing Application
Vivian Zhang, February 2018
Advances in Compounding and Extrusion
Performance of Plastic Pipe and Chambers in Underground Retention and Detention Systems
John Kurdziel, February 2018
Advances in Compounding and Extrusion
Towards Sustainability
Robert Flores, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Energy Recovery Using the EnergyBag™
Jill Martin, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
The Evolving Role of Packaging in the Circular Economy
Jennifer Ronk, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Sustainable Flexible Packaging--A Resin Supplier's View
Lawrence Effer, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Unilever’s Packaging Journey
Julie Zaniewski, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Extractives Analysis of Recycled Polyolefins for Food Contact Applications-
Autumn Rudlong, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Chemical Foaming Agents: Foaming Polyolefins in Injection Molding and Extrusion
Peter Schroeck, February 2018
Foams and Post-Reactor Technologies
Cell Nucleation and Growth Mechanisms in Foam Injection Molding of Polypropylene
Chul Park, February 2018
Foams and Post-Reactor Technologies
Changing Your Polyolefin Extrusion Line into a Physical Foam Extrusion Line--Key Considerations
Andy Caufmann, February 2018
Foams and Post-Reactor Technologies
Effect of the MFI of PP on the Nanofibrillation and Foaming Behavior of PP/PET System
Chul Park, February 2018
Foams and Post-Reactor Technologies
Flexural Mechanical Properties Properties of PP-Nanofibrillated-PET Composites and Foams
Lun Howe, February 2018
Foams and Post-Reactor Technologies
Opportunities to Close the Loop with Non-Mechanical Recycling
Emily Tipaldo, February 2018
Sustainability Metrics and Characterization
In-Situ Melt Catalysis--The Ultimate Answer to Compabilizing Addition and Condensation Polymers
Salvatore Monte, February 2018
Sustainability Metrics and Characterization
Development of Rice Husk/Polefin Composites
Thi Thu Loan Doan, February 2018
Recent Advances in Additives - Paper: This article presents some characteristics of the composites based on rice husk filler and polyolefin (Polyethylene and polypropylene). The influences of rice husk content and compatibilizers on mechanical properties of the composites were investigated. An increase in rice husk content led to increased modulus and decreased tensile, bending and impact strengths of the composites in the case without modification. However, the presence of the compatibilizers based on maleic anhydride grafted polyolefin caused an increase in tensile, bending and impact strengths of the composites. Furthermore, some additives such as processing stabilizer, UV stabilizer and fungal resistance agents were also added in order to improve some properties of rice husk/polyolefin composites during processing and using. The experimental results indicated that the addition of the additives improved significantly some properties of the composites.


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