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Polymer products : design, materials, and processing

Author: David H Morton-Jones; John W Ellis
Publisher: London ; New York : Chapman and Hall, 1986.
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Morton-Jones, David H., 1931-
Polymer products.
London ; New York : Chapman and Hall, 1986
(OCoLC)558619822
Online version:
Morton-Jones, David H., 1931-
Polymer products.
London ; New York : Chapman and Hall, 1986
(OCoLC)607221613
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David H Morton-Jones; John W Ellis
ISBN: 0412271303 9780412271304
OCLC Number: 12583790
Description: xiv, 345 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 PST 1: Injection Moulding and its Materials.- 1.1 Injection moulding.- 1.2 Amorphous and crystalline polymers.- 1.3 Polymers in the rubber state.- 1.4 Environmental stress cracking.- 1.5 Creep in polymers.- 2 Optimizing Injection Moulding Conditions.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Support bracket.- 2.3 Film spool end.- 2.4 Comment on importance of process.- 2.5 Control features in injection moulding.- 2.6 The case for the programmed machine.- 3 Some Examples of Polymer Selection.- 3.1 Combination nozzle for Electrolux cleaner.- 3.2 Impellor for Flymo hover mower.- 3.3 Flymo mower hood.- 3.4 Motor housing in vacuum cleaner.- 3.5 Moulding conditions.- 3.6 Polymer science aspects: polymers in the rubber state.- 4 Plastics Gears.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 The GEC reduction gear box.- 4.3 Why plastics gears?.- 4.4 Methods for making plastics gears.- 4.5 Design of moulded gears.- 4.6 Materials.- 4.7 Design development of office copier gearbox.- 4.8 Injection moulding of gears.- 4.9 References.- 5 Acetal Clips for Roof Tiles.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 The mark 9 clip.- 5.3 Loading calculations.- 5.4 Production and quality control.- 6 Acetal Spring for Selector Switch.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Development of the acetal spring.- 6.3 Evaluation and testing.- 6.4 Polymer and processing.- 6.5 Comment on design and polymer properties.- 7 PST 2: Foam Cored Mouldings.- 7.1 Structural foam.- 7.2 Comparison of the sandwich moulding and structural foam processes.- 7.3 The sandwich moulding process.- 7.4 Relative merits of compact moulding.- 8 Structural Foam Trolley Base.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Design brief.- 8.3 Material and manufacturing process selection.- 8.4 Design procedure.- 8.5 The moulding process.- 8.6 References.- 9 Washing Machine Tank in Glass-coupled Polypropylene Structural Foam.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Background.- 9.3 Operating conditions of the tank.- 9.4 Materials and process selection.- 9.5 Design features.- 9.6 The mould.- 9.7 The moulding machine.- 9.8 Processing conditions.- 9.9 Secondary operation.- 9.10 Testing.- 10 Sandwich Moulded TV Screen Frame.- 10.1 Synopsis.- 10.2 Design of the moulded TV front.- 10.3 Production details.- 10.4 Tests of finished product.- 10.5 Some other aspects of SM.- 10.6 Sandwich moulded toilet cisterns.- 10.7 UK involvement in SM.- 11 PST 3: Polyurethanes.- 11.1 Introduction.- 11.2 Basic reactions.- 11.3 Materials.- 11.4 Relationships between structure and properties.- 11.5 Polyurethane foam.- 12 Reinforced Reaction Injection Moulding (RRIM).- 12.1 Introduction.- 12.2 Polyurethane systems.- 12.3 Development of short glass-fibre reinforcement.- 12.4 RRIM development.- 12.5 The RRIM process.- 13 Polyurethane Shoe Soles.- 13.1 Introduction.- 13.2 Shoe manufacture - historical.- 13.3 Development of the PU sole.- 13.4 Polyurethane materials.- 13.5 PU shoe soling.- 13.6 Manufacture.- 13.7 Product testing.- 13.8 Design considerations.- 13.9 References.- 14 Printed Gaskets in Hydraulic Control Equipment.- 14.1 Background.- 14.2 The hydraulic control valve.- 14.3 The printed gasket.- 14.4 Polyurethane seal.- 14.5 Selection of materials.- 14.6 Production of the printed gasket.- 14.7 Testing and quality control.- 14.8 Failure in printed gaskets.- 14.9 Development of new specifications.- 14.10 Future Developments.- 15 PST 4: Glass-reinforced Plastics (GRP).- 15.1 Introduction.- 15.2 Reinforcing fibres.- 15.3 Unsaturated polyester resins.- 15.4 The hand lay-up process.- 15.5 Sheet moulding compound (SMC).- 15.6 Disadvantage of SMC Moulding Compared with Hand Lay-up.- 15.7 Stiffness of materials (with reference to GRP).- 15.8 Plastics vehicle bodies.- 16 GRP-Clad Lorry Cab.- 16.1 General description.- 16.2 Design considerations.- 16.3 Materials selection.- 16.4 Production details.- 16.5 Testing.- 16.6 Summary of costs.- 16.7 References.- 17 High Speed Train Cab.- 17.1 Introduction.- 17.2 Design considerations.- 17.3 Materials.- 17.4 Production details.- 18 DMC Vehicle Headlamps.- 18.1 Introduction.- 18.2 Historical.- 18.3 Material selection.- 18.4 Some design aspects.- 18.5 Quality and performance aspects.- 18.6 Technical appendix (Lucas).- 18.7 Manufacture.- 18.8 The test programme.- 19 'Fiberlam'1 PST 1: Injection Moulding and its Materials.- 1.1 Injection moulding.- 1.2 Amorphous and crystalline polymers.- 1.3 Polymers in the rubber state.- 1.4 Environmental stress cracking.- 1.5 Creep in polymers.- 2 Optimizing Injection Moulding Conditions.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Support bracket.- 2.3 Film spool end.- 2.4 Comment on importance of process.- 2.5 Control features in injection moulding.- 2.6 The case for the programmed machine.- 3 Some Examples of Polymer Selection.- 3.1 Combination nozzle for Electrolux cleaner.- 3.2 Impellor for Flymo hover mower.- 3.3 Flymo mower hood.- 3.4 Motor housing in vacuum cleaner.- 3.5 Moulding conditions.- 3.6 Polymer science aspects: polymers in the rubber state.- 4 Plastics Gears.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 The GEC reduction gear box.- 4.3 Why plastics gears?.- 4.4 Methods for making plastics gears.- 4.5 Design of moulded gears.- 4.6 Materials.- 4.7 Design development of office copier gearbox.- 4.8 Injection moulding of gears.- 4.9 References.- 5 Acetal Clips for Roof Tiles.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 The mark 9 clip.- 5.3 Loading calculations.- 5.4 Production and quality control.- 6 Acetal Spring for Selector Switch.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Development of the acetal spring.- 6.3 Evaluation and testing.- 6.4 Polymer and processing.- 6.5 Comment on design and polymer properties.- 7 PST 2: Foam Cored Mouldings.- 7.1 Structural foam.- 7.2 Comparison of the sandwich moulding and structural foam processes.- 7.3 The sandwich moulding process.- 7.4 Relative merits of compact moulding.- 8 Structural Foam Trolley Base.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Design brief.- 8.3 Material and manufacturing process selection.- 8.4 Design procedure.- 8.5 The moulding process.- 8.6 References.- 9 Washing Machine Tank in Glass-coupled Polypropylene Structural Foam.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Background.- 9.3 Operating conditions of the tank.- 9.4 Materials and process selection.- 9.5 Design features.- 9.6 The mould.- 9.7 The moulding machine.- 9.8 Processing conditions.- 9.9 Secondary operation.- 9.10 Testing.- 10 Sandwich Moulded TV Screen Frame.- 10.1 Synopsis.- 10.2 Design of the moulded TV front.- 10.3 Production details.- 10.4 Tests of finished product.- 10.5 Some other aspects of SM.- 10.6 Sandwich moulded toilet cisterns.- 10.7 UK involvement in SM.- 11 PST 3: Polyurethanes.- 11.1 Introduction.- 11.2 Basic reactions.- 11.3 Materials.- 11.4 Relationships between structure and properties.- 11.5 Polyurethane foam.- 12 Reinforced Reaction Injection Moulding (RRIM).- 12.1 Introduction.- 12.2 Polyurethane systems.- 12.3 Development of short glass-fibre reinforcement.- 12.4 RRIM development.- 12.5 The RRIM process.- 13 Polyurethane Shoe Soles.- 13.1 Introduction.- 13.2 Shoe manufacture - historical.- 13.3 Development of the PU sole.- 13.4 Polyurethane materials.- 13.5 PU shoe soling.- 13.6 Manufacture.- 13.7 Product testing.- 13.8 Design considerations.- 13.9 References.- 14 Printed Gaskets in Hydraulic Control Equipment.- 14.1 Background.- 14.2 The hydraulic control valve.- 14.3 The printed gasket.- 14.4 Polyurethane seal.- 14.5 Selection of materials.- 14.6 Production of the printed gasket.- 14.7 Testing and quality control.- 14.8 Failure in printed gaskets.- 14.9 Development of new specifications.- 14.10 Future Developments.- 15 PST 4: Glass-reinforced Plastics (GRP).- 15.1 Introduction.- 15.2 Reinforcing fibres.- 15.3 Unsaturated polyester resins.- 15.4 The hand lay-up process.- 15.5 Sheet moulding compound (SMC).- 15.6 Disadvantage of SMC Moulding Compared with Hand Lay-up.- 15.7 Stiffness of materials (with reference to GRP).- 15.8 Plastics vehicle bodies.- 16 GRP-Clad Lorry Cab.- 16.1 General description.- 16.2 Design considerations.- 16.3 Materials selection.- 16.4 Production details.- 16.5 Testing.- 16.6 Summary of costs.- 16.7 References.- 17 High Speed Train Cab.- 17.1 Introduction.- 17.2 Design considerations.- 17.3 Materials.- 17.4 Production details.- 18 DMC Vehicle Headlamps.- 18.1 Introduction.- 18.2 Historical.- 18.3 Material selection.- 18.4 Some design aspects.- 18.5 Quality and performance aspects.- 18.6 Technical appendix (Lucas).- 18.7 Manufacture.- 18.8 The test programme.- 19 'Fiberlam' Aircraft Flooring.- 19.1 General description of 'Fiberlam'.- 19.2 Materials.- 19.3 Manufacturing aspects.- 19.4 Some product features.- 19.5 Testing.- 19.6 History of sandwich structures in aircraft flooring.- 19.7 References.- 20 PST 5: Rubbers.- 20.1 Natural and synthetic rubbers.- 20.2 Polychloroprene rubber.- 20.3 Vulcanization.- 21 Rubber-Steel Conveyor Belt.- 21.1 Introduction.- 21.2 Background.- 21.3 The development of steel cord belting.- 21.4 Development of the Selby conveyor.- 21.5 Manufacture.- 21.6 Product testing.- 21.7 Installation.- 21.8 References.- 22 The Blow Moulding Process.- 22.1 Introduction.- 22.2 Blow moulding of large containers.- 22.3 Injection blow moulding.- 23 The Acitainer Blow Moulded Acid Container.- 23.1 Introduction.- 23.2 Design considerations.- 23.3 Material selection.- 23.4 Production details.- 23.5 References.- 24 Chemical Effluent Pipe in HDPE.- 24.1 Introduction.- 24.2 Effluents.- 24.3 Selection of materials.- 24.4 Design factors.- 24.5 Manufacture and assembly.- 24.6 Quality control and testing.- 24.7 Pressure pipe - pressure rating calculation.- 24.8 Static loads in buried pipe.- 24.9 Appendix: Crack Propagation.- 25 Failure of a Polypropylene Vessel.- 25.1 Introduction.- 25.2 The plant.- 25.3 The failure incident.- 25.4 Examination of fractured pipe.- 25.5 Investigation.- 25.6 Fracture calculations.- 25.7 Bubble collapse.- 25.8 Conclusion.- 25.9 Remedial action.- 26 Heat Shrinkable Terminations for Power Cables.- 26.1 Introduction.- 26.2 Heat-shrinkable plastics.- 26.3 Power cables.- 26.4 Termination by traditional methods.- 26.5 Application of heat-shrinkable plastics in MV.- 26.6 Heat-shrinkable plastics in high voltage applications.- 26.7 Stress grading.- 26.8 Non-tracking outer insulation.- 26.9 High voltage non-track material (HVTM).- 26.10 Sealant.- 26.11 The development programme.- 26.12 References.
Responsibility: David H. Morton-Jones and John W. Ellis.

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