The SPE Library contains thousands of papers, presentations, journal briefs and recorded webinars from the best minds in the Plastics Industry. Spanning almost two decades, this collection of published research and development work in polymer science and plastics technology is a wealth of knowledge and information for anyone involved in plastics.
Increasing carbonyl iron powder filler content affects polyurethane matrix reactions and causes the loss factor of the composites to decrease.
The general principle of the micro-combustion calorimeter test is described and experimental results for a polycarbonate sample are presented.
The addition of pigments represents the most effective staining method for improving the color stability of wood-plastic composites for outdoor applications.
The feasibility of using polybutene to improve production efficiency and maintain mechanical properties is demonstrated.
A novel process combines gas-laden pellets and microcellular injection molding to produce thermoplastic polyurethane foams with low density, uniform cell structure, and high durability.
A synergistic effect in polycarbonate/acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene alloys arises from the inclusion of alumina, magnesia, and graphene nanoplatelet fillers.
Kinetic modeling and structural analyses are used to determine degradation pathways in metal-filled epoxy materials.
The friction coefficient and wear loss of clay/rubber composites containing three different silanes were experimentally determined.
Doping polyaniline with well-dispersed poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) increases the composite conductivity due to the increased mobility of charge carriers.
Water vapor represents a new kind of physical blowing agent for the fabrication of foamed-polycarbonate parts with a smooth surface finish.
A highly oriented skin layer caused by flow-induced stresses from injection molding was visualized and quantified by x-ray nanotomography.
The incorporation of benzimidazole and ether moieties causes microvoids to decrease in size and enhanced hydrogen bond interactions within the fibers.
Both the size of samples and the type of clamp geometry should be considered during testing of epoxy resins to ensure accurate modulus measurements are obtained.
A high core-material ratio and slow injection speed allow for good penetration, but leading behavior during the runner-filling stage can result in unsatisfactory material distribution in the molded parts.
Whipping and splitting??favored by separate processing conditions??result in different fiber diameters and diameter distributions, and can be identified by the measured current during processing.
Surface treatments and boron nitride-based mixed filler formulations are used to address property and cost challenges.
A polymer solution that includes human hair is used in a UV-electrospinning technique to fabricate non-toxic fibers with diameters of less 350nm.
Morphological analysis of saponified carbon-black-filled semi-crystalline polymers provides a new theory for positive and negative temperature coefficient phenomena.
An inline residence-stress-distribution methodology enables characterization of the effect of unique screw geometries on dispersive mixing.
The morphology and enzymatic degradation of polylactide composites plasticized with acetyl tributyl citrate and blended with glycidyl methacrylate-grafted poly(ethylene octene) have been investigated.
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