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Handbook of foaming and blowing agents

Author: George Wypych
Publisher: Toronto : ChemTec Publishing, 2017.
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"A variety of foaming techniques and equipment are available to produce very diverse range of products. Several monographic sources are available to learn about these methods of production but very little is known and discussed about the composition of materials to be processed and additives enhancing foamed products and making the foam production more economical. This book concentrates on the selection of additives  Read more...
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Handbook of foaming and blowing agents.
(CaOONL)20169073408
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Wypych
ISBN: 9781927885185 1927885183
OCLC Number: 963394095
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Contents: Front Cover; Handbook of Foaming and Blowing Agents; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. Chemical Origin of Blowing Agents; 2.1 Activators; 2.2 Azodicarbonamide; 2.3 Crosslinkers; 2.4 Dinitroso pentamethylene tetramine compounds; 2.5 Gasses; 2.6 Hydrazides; 2.7 Hydrocarbons; 2.8 Hydrochlorofluorocarbon; 2.9 Hydrofluorocarbons; 2.10 Kickers; 2.11 Methyl formate; 2.12 Microspheres; 2.13 Nucleating agents; 2.14 Peroxydicarbonate; 2.15 Peroxy hexanoate; 2.16 Propionitrile; 2.17 Proprietary; 2.18 Salts of carbonic and polycarboxylic acids. 2.19 Sodium hydrogen carbonate2.20 Sulfonylsemicarbazides; 2.21 Surfactant; 2.22 Tetrazoles; 2.23 Water; REFERENCES; Chapter 3. Mechanisms of Action of Blowing Agents; 3.1 Mechanisms of foaming by decomposing solids; 3.2 Production of gaseous products by chemical reaction; 3.3 Foaming by gasses and evaporating liquids; REFERENCES; Chapter 4. Dispersion and Solubility of Blowing Agents; REFERENCES; Chapter 5. Parameters of Foaming; 5.1 Amount of blowing agent; 5.2 Clamping pressure; 5.3 Delay time; 5.4 Desorption time; 5.5 Die pressure; 5.6 Die temperature; 5.7 Gas content; 5.8 Gas flow rate. 5.9 Gas injection location5.10 Gas sorption and desorption rates; 5.11 Internal pressure after foaming; 5.12 Mold pressure; 5.13 Mold temperature; 5.14 Operational window; 5.15 Plastisol viscosity; 5.16 Saturation pressure; 5.17 Saturation temperature; 5.18 Screw revolution speed; 5.19 Surface tension; 5.20 Time; 5.21 Temperature; 5.22 Void volume; REFERENCES; Chapter 6. Foam Stabilization; REFERENCES; Chapter 7. Foaming Efficiency Measures; 7.1 Cell size; 7.2 Cell density; 7.3 Cell wall thickness (average); 7.4 Foam density; 7.5 Expansion ratio (by volume); 7.6 Open cell content. 7.7 Void fractionREFERENCES; Chapter 8. Morphology of Foams; 8.1 Bimodal morphology; 8.2 Cell density; 8.3 Cell morphology; 8.4 Cell size; 8.5 Cell wall thickness; 8.6 Closed cell; 8.7 Core & skin thickness; 8.8 Morphological features of foams; 8.9 Open cell; REFERENCES; Chapter 9. Foaming in Different Processing Methods; 9.1 Blown film extrusion; 9.2 Calendering; 9.3 Clay exfoliation; 9.4 Compression molding; 9.5 Depressurization; 9.6 Extrusion; 9.7 Free foaming; 9.8 Injection molding; 9.9 Microwave heating; 9.10 Rotational molding; 9.11 Solid state foaming. 9.12 Supercritical fluid-laden pellet injection molding foaming technology9.13 Thermoforming; 9.14 UV laser; 9.15 Vacuum drying; 9.16 Wire coating; REFERENCES; Chapter 10. Selection of Foaming and Blowing Agents for Different Polymers; 10.1 Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene; 10.2 Acrylonitrile-butadiene-acrylate; 10.3 Bismaleimide resin; 10.4 Bromobutyl rubber; 10.5 Cellulose acetate; 10.6 Chitosan; 10.7 Cyanoacrylate; 10.8 Epoxy; 10.9 Ethylene chlorotrifluoroethylene; 10.10 Ethylene-propylene diene rubber; 10.11 Ethylene-vinyl acetate; 10.12 Fluorinated ethylene propylene.
Other Titles: Foaming and blowing agents
Responsibility: George Wypych.

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