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.
Conductivity measurements show that alginate successfully acts as template to form a composite with improved morphological, thermal, and electrical properties.
The density of cavities developing in both unfilled and filled polymers decreases from core to skin and is substantially affected by macroscopic stresses.
Under high pressures and at high temperatures, mold flow advances smoothly and continuously, leading to creation and merging of micro-balls that look like teeth on gum.
Newly synthesized metal/polymer composites exhibit improved electrical and thermal properties.
Automatically defining the values of important process operating conditions results in optimum performance.
Treating isotactic polypropylene/phlogopite mica with pimelic acid improves the orientation and dispersion of mica plates in the matrix.
Using well-defined indenters and advanced data-analysis methods atomic-force microscopy can achieve accuracies to within 30-40% of those routinely obtained with macroscopic techniques.
The damping performance of hydrogenated nitrile-butadiene rubber greatly improves by incorporating hindered phenol.
A novel and efficient method of making waveguides based on alternating polymer layers promises better control of the fabrication process and fewer defects.
The possible formation pathways of separate and core-shell microstructures of dispersed rigid filler and elastomer particles depend on the elastomer's polarity.
3D finite-element damage-model predictions of strain data closely match experimental digital-image-correlation measurements.
A pair of modified rheology and gravimetry techniques successfully measure and describe the evolution of the volumetric effects of an epoxy system during processing.
Multilayer coextrusion generates strong adhesion between reactive polyamide and polyethylene layers.
High-energy ball milling can efficiently produce polymethyl methacrylate silica and high-density polyethylene titanium dioxide.
Ultrasound is a powerful tool for monitoring orientation and disorientation behavior of polymer melts during processing.
Lubricants are feasible as novel processing additives for resins composed of reacting mixtures of polyethylene glycol with citric acid, organophosphites, and thickening agents.
Silica and calcium carbonate are commercially useful as reinforcing agents for producing soft, elastomeric transparent goods and cost-effective filler, respectively.
Successful fabrication of high-toughness nylon with a wide range of vinyl-acetate content offers opportunities for high-performance material design.
The dynamic viscosity of resins undergoing soft gelation shows a marked sigmoidal shape, suggesting that similarly shaped functions might be considered for model predictions.
Successful dynamic control of homogeneous copolymer composition is achieved while allowing for proper design of monomer feed-rate profiles and removal of process disturbances.
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