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AI and Digitalization in Polymer Processing 1

Application of Artificial Intelligence to Shorten Thermal Index Testing to Accelerate Polymer Regulatory Approvals
Jessica Hemond, TE Connectivity
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Machine Vision Applied to Automatic Recognition of 2D Engineering Drawings and 3D Model Generation
Zhe-Wei Zhou, Chung-Yuan Christan University
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Dynamic Process Control Using Real-Time In-Mold Monitoring and AI
Alec Redmann, NETZSCH
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Enhancing Extrusion Process Diagnosis and Monitoring Through Machine Learning
John W.S. Lee, LS Cable & System Ltd.
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Generation of a Physical Meta-Model for Simulation Purposes Based on Injection Molding Process Data
Michael Klann, KraussMaffei Technologies GmbH
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Training of AI Model Using Data Generated by Analytical Solution in Extrusion
John W.S. Lee, John W.S. Lee
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Extrusion 1

A Live-Capable Model for Secondary Flow and Layer Distribution in Flat Film Dies
Malte Schön, Institute for Plastics Processing (IKV) at RWTH Aachen University
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A Screwless Plasticating Extruder Towards Single Pellet Extrusion
David Kazmer, University of Mass Lowell
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A Simulation Application in An Extrusion Die Design
Qingping Guo, Draka EHC
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Detecting and Understanding Roll Deposits in Flat Film Extrusion
Daniel Grüber, Institute for Plastics Processing (IKV) at RWTH Aachen University
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Load Differences Between the Screws in the Solids Conveying Zone of Co-Rotating Twin-Screw Extruders
Laura Austermeier, Paderborn University
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Material and Process Effects on the Tribological Behavior of Polymer Bulk Materials
Jan Landgraeber, Kunststofftechnik Paderborn
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Blending PLA With TPU to Enhance Its Adhesive Bonding Properties in Two-Component Injection Molding
Marco Klute, University of Kassel
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Characterization of the Degradation Processes of PLA Starch Composites in Hydrothermal Environment
Victoria Goetjes, University of Kassel; Institute of Material Eingineering; Polymer Engineering
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Comparative Study of Blending Approaches for Enhancing PLA/PBS Bioplastics: Pre-Process Melt Compounding vs. Direct Dry Blending
Milad Azami, University of Mass Lowell
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Growth of Chain Orientation During Post-Processing Annealing of Poly(lactic Acid) and Its Blend With Poly(vinyl Alcohol)
Hoang-Giang Dai Vo,, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
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Structure-Property Relationships in Blown Films Based on Blends of PLA and Amorphous PHA
Rajendra Krishnaswamy, CJ Biomaterials
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Study of the Properties of Hydrolytic Degradable Polyglycolic Acid and Its Blends with Polylactic Acid, and Its Application for the Dissolvable Downhole Tool
Peixiang Xing, CNPC USA
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Composites and Lightweighting

Advancing Polyamide 6 Properties Through Graphene Nanoplatelet Selection and Loadings
Siobhan Kilbride, Colloids LTD
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Characteristics of Chopped Glass Fiber and Their Effect on Compounding of Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites
Phillip Chu, Royal Technologies
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Development of a Model for the Prediction of Process-Induced Fiber Curvature in Long Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics (LFT)
Fabio Di Battista, Institute for Plastics Processing (IKV) at RWTH Aachen University
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Sustainable Thermoplastic Composite Parts Through Back Injection Molding of UD-Tapes With Recycled PET Materials
Curdin Wick, Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences
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The Influence of Multiple Recycling Rounds on the Properties of Shredded Glass Fibre Reinforced Organosheets
Thomas Höftberger, Transfercenter fuer Kunststofftechnik
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Melt-Mixed Thermoplastic Composites Based on Carbon Nanotubes for Energy Harvesting by Using the Thermoelectric Effect
Petra Poetschke, Leibniz-Institut fuer Polymerforschung Dresden e.V. (IPF)
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Polymer Analysis 2

Investigations on the Polymerization Reaction of Caprolactam to Polyamide 6 for Reactive Pultrusion
Laura Klis, Institut für Kunststofftechnik (IKT); University of Stuttgart
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Novel Method to Investigate the Mechanisms Acting in Weld Seams of Amorphous Thermoplastics
Julia Dreier, Institut für Kunststofftechnik (IKT); University of Stuttgart
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On the Mechanism of Pore Formation in Polypropylene Breathable Membrane
Wenyi Huang, Wenyi Huang
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Rotational Molding of Crosslinked High Density Polyethylene
Denis Rodrigue, Université Laval
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Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Amorphous and Semi-Crystalline Polyamide Blends
Hamid Mortazavian, Ascend Performance Materials
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A Study on the Effect of Mesh Size on the Thermal and Electrical Conductivity of Expanded Graphite Polyetherimide Composite
Fatema Tarannum, University of Arkansas
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Thermoplastic Foams and Elastomers

Investigation on the Interaction Between Expansion and Vulcanisation Process for Rubber Foamed by Thermoplastic Expanding Microspheres
Richard Frohberg, Institute for Plastics Processing (IKV) at RWTH Aachen University
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Continuous Production of Cellular Ceramics Through Thermoplastic Foam Extrusion
Thomas Forstner, Institute of Polymer Technology - University Erlangen-Nuremberg
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Micro/Nano-Layered Film/Foam Structures: A Novel Approach to Passive Cooling Building Materials
Patrick Chang Dong Lee, University of Toronto
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The Effect of Nucleating Agents and Post-Processing on the Foaming Dynamics of TPUs
Shu Kai Yeh, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
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Evaluation of Hyperelasticity and Fracture Characteristics of Carbon Nanotube Filled Fluoroelastomers
Jungsub Lee, University of Illinois at Chicago
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Ultra Low Carbon Footprint Thermoplastic Elastomers
Liang Xu, Avient Corporation
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