By Muralisrinivasan Subramanian
Fundamentals of polymers: Fabrication and Processing expertise, is an creation to the becoming box of plastics engineering, with a spotlight on tools of plastics shaping, meeting, and alertness. as well as summarizing the widely used plastic feedstocks and applied sciences, the publication also will disguise a few of the extra extraordinary advances in plastics production lately, together with ultrasonic and laser plastics welding to optical curing and greater biodegradable homes. the fabric has been offered during this e-book in one of these method that it may be a prerequisite for collage classes on polymer expertise. it is going to additionally function a foundation for complicated experiences, not just for lectures and seminars on the graduate point, but additionally for engineers coming into the sphere of plastics engineering examine and functions
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Polymeric material undergoes strain, which is dependent upon the applied stress. Once the stress is removed, the material may not always return to its original dimensions, which means certain amount of permanent deformation. The ability of polymer molecules is to slide each other under the influence of an applied force. Therefore, the specific factors affecting the properties of a bulk polymeric material can generally be divided into three groups: (1) the size and geometry of the polymer chains, including such factors as molecular weight and chain branching, (2) the nature of the chain repeating units and regularity of the chain as determined by the mechanism of polymerization, and (3) the forces between polymer chains and the way these forces affect the arrangement of molecules in the bulk phase.
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