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.
The addition of carbon nanotubes, functionalized with 4Ã¢â‚¬Â²-allyloxy-biphenyl-4-ol, to silicone resin improves the mechanical and thermal properties of the resultant nanocomposites.
Uniaxial compression experiments show that the bulk viscosity has a higher magnitude than shear viscosity and should therefore not be neglected during flow analysis of the injection-molding process.
The mechanical, rheological, and foaming properties of melt-blended samples were investigated.
Theoretical calculations and simulations have been created to analyze the mechanism of melt flow and can be used to guide selection of process parameters.
Biaxial stretching of laminates during thermoforming relieves stored compressive stresses and produces decorative parts with improved surface appearance.
Simulations and experiments are conducted to determine how the fiber orientation of composite parts changes during a hot-press manufacturing process.
In contrast to flood-fed extrusion, two distinct stages of melting are observed during starve-fed extrusion and a novel melting mechanism is thus proposed.
A versatile synthesis method is used to realize high-performance nitrogen-core hyperbranched polymer-carbon nanohorn hybrid materials.
Polytriazoleimide composites containing at least 1wt graphene oxide nanoparticles exhibit substantially improved thermal, mechanical, flame retardancy, dielectric, and water-absorption properties.
Hydrogel samples that contain drug-loaded magnetite particles exhibit good release characteristics in both the presence and absence of a magnetic field.
A novel, calibrated-predictor-based optimization methodology is used to identify the best compromises between competing processing conditions.
A new method for plate to plate hot embossing has been developed, greatly decreasing the cycle time required for the process.
Controlling the molten polymer flow in anodic aluminum oxide templated thermal nanoimprinting produces polymer nanofiber arrays with reproducible well-defined fiber lengths and aspect ratios.
A two-step melt-blending process and silicate microsphere/nanotitania hybrid fillers provide optimum optical and mechanical properties.
Chemical modification of polyvinyl butyral, with vinyltrimethoxysilane, increases its resistance to organic solvents through dynamic and static crosslinking.
A series of tensile loading-unloading and relaxation tests, under stretching and retraction cyclic deformation conditions, were conducted between room temperature and 50°C.
The specific wear rate and coefficient of friction of ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene samples are substantially reduced with the use of three different types of nanoclay filler.
The effect of several different fiber-surface chemical treatments is investigated for palmyra fruit fiber/polyester samples.
Composite nanofibers of polycaprolactone and Antheraea pernyi silk fibroin exhibit good mechanical properties and promote cell attachment, spreading, and proliferation.
Wide-angle x-ray diffraction and differential scanning calorimetry measurements, as well as simulations, were used to investigate the crystallization properties of layered parts.
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