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.
Lamination of layered-structure composites enables improvements in fracture toughness and inhibition of crack propagation.
Incorporating nanoclay into polyurethane foam improves low-velocity impact resistance.
Emulsion polymer properties can be regulated by a simultaneous inferential control strategy, even in the presence of some modeling errors.
The addition of cotton fibers to a starch-based commercial material maintains its thermal stability and assures its biodegradation.
Long-fiber-reinforced compounds are particularly advantageous with respect to their dynamic mechanical properties.
A specific combination of solvent-layer casting, freeze drying, and lamination techniques enables fabrication of biostructures with almost ideal properties for bone-tissue engineering.
Significantly improved flexural fatigue strength resulting from randomly dispersed layered nanoscale silicates enables novel structural applications.
Structural changes of polyesters during in vitro incubation provide insights into their degradation that could be important for development of biomedical applications.
Polymer-blend foams characterized by nanoscale cell structures offer potential for significantly improved performance compared to conventional materials.
Knitted-preform extension in both principal directions affects coursewise flow and permeability ratio, but does not change walewise permeability except by modifying fiber-volume fraction.
Annealing can be used to control the morphological, physicochemical properties and pervaporation performance of thin sheets of polyvinyl alcohol nanocomposites.
Applying gas pressure on the back side of parts at the post-filling stage solves shrinkage at far lower pressure than conventional methods.
Simulating crystalline microstructure development under various thermal and mechanical conditions provides an essential step towards determining the final properties of injected parts.
A facile melt-processing method enables uniform dispersion of carbon nanofibers in polyetherimide without any chemical or physical treatment.
Differential-scanning-calorimetry measurements show that nanocomposites containing barium sulfate have a more perfect crystalline phase.
A functional nanofiber membrane can remove copper and lead ions from aqueous solution better than conventional membrane and polymer beads.
Polymer formation of a certain molecular weight can be predicted with careful control of reaction conditions.
Plasma treatment improves the mechanical properties of biomedical silk powder/polyurethane blend film.
Nanotalc is more easily exfoliated than nanoclay through melt blending and forms extended, networklike structures and improved tensile strength, modulus, and flow in polyamide-6.
The consistency of molded plastic products is highly dependent on the ability of injection-molding machines to reject uncontrolled variation.
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