Handbook of Polypropylene and Polypropylene Composites (Plastic Engineering, Volume 51) / Edition 2

Handbook of Polypropylene and Polypropylene Composites (Plastic Engineering, Volume 51) / Edition 2

by Harutun Karian, Karian Karian
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0824740645

ISBN-13: 9780824740641

Pub. Date: 03/28/2003

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Building on the success of its predecessor with completely revised material and six new chapters, the Handbook of Polypropylene and Polypropylene Composites, Second Edition responds to increasing interest and changing global trends in the manufacture and application of polypropylene resin. The authors highlight viable options for the manufacture of polypropylene

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Building on the success of its predecessor with completely revised material and six new chapters, the Handbook of Polypropylene and Polypropylene Composites, Second Edition responds to increasing interest and changing global trends in the manufacture and application of polypropylene resin. The authors highlight viable options for the manufacture of polypropylene composites to better accommodate market requirements across various industries. The second edition introduces chapters on high-purity submicron talc fillers with lamellar microstructures, the utilization of Wollastonite fibers for polypropylene reinforcement, and updated material on nanocomposite production using exfoliated clay treated with maleated polypropylene-based materials, among many other topics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780824740641
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
03/28/2003
Series:
Plastics Engineering Series, #67
Edition description:
2nd Edition Revised & Expanded
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.25(d)

Table of Contents

GLOBAL TRENDS FOR POLYPROPYLENE
M.J. Balow
POLYPROPYLENE: STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES, MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, AND APPLICATIONS
W.J. Kissel, J.H. Han, and J.A. Meyer
CHEMICAL COUPLING AGENTS FOR FILLED AND GR-PP COMPOSITES
D. Roberts and R.C. Constable
STABILIZATION OF FLAME-RETARDED POLYPROPYLENE
R.E. Lee, D. Hallenbeck, and J. Likens
RECYCLING OF POLYPROPYLENE AND ITS BLENDS: ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGY ASPECTS
A.A. Adewole and M.D. Wolkowicz
IMPACT BEHAVIOR OF POLYPROPYLENE, ITS BLENDS AND COMPOSITES
J. Jancar
METALLOCENE PLASTOMERS AS POLYPROPYLENE IMPACT MODIFIERS
T.C. Yu and Donald K.
TALC IN POLYPROPYLENE
R.J. Clark and W.P. Steen
GLASS FIBER-REINFORCED POLYPROPYLENE
P.F. Chu
FUNCTIONALIZATION AND COMPOUNDING OF POLYPROPYLENE USING TWIN-SCREW EXTRUDERS
T.F. Bash and H.G. Karian
ENGINEERED INTERPHASES IN POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES
J. Jancar
MEGA-COUPLED POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES OF GLASS FIBERS
H.G. Karian
CHARACTERIZATION OF LONG-TERM CREEP-FATIGUE BEHAVIOR FOR GLASS FIBER-REINFORCED POLYPROPYLENE
L.E. Campbell
MICA REINFORCEMENT OF POLYPROPYLENE
L.A. Canova
USE OF COUPLED MICA SYSTEMS TO ENHANCE PROPERTIES OF POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES
J. Antonacci
PERFORMANCE OF LAMELLAR HIGH PURITY SUBMICRON AND COMPACTED TALC PRODUCTS IN POLYPROPYLENE COMPOUNDS
W. Schober and G. Canalini
AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS FOR POLYPROPYLENE AND POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES
B. Flowers
WOLLASTONITE REINFORCED POLYPROPYLENE
R. Beck, D. Columbo, and G. Phillips
PART SHRINKAGE BEHAVIOR OF POLYPROPYLENE RESINS AND POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES
H.G. Karian
POLYPROPYLENE NANCOMPOSITE
G. Qian and T. Lan

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