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Devolatilization of polymers

Devolatilization of polymers

fundamentals, equipment, applications

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Published by Hanser Publishers in Munich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers and polymerization,
  • Polymer melting,
  • Gas chromatography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementedited by Joseph A. Biesenberger, with contributions from Alan R. Berens ... [et al.].
    ContributionsBiesenberger, Joseph A., 1935-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP156P6 D43 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 204 p. :
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14260564M
    ISBN 103446139664

    A review paper is presented on modeling for polymer extrusion for both single screw and twin-screw extrusion. An issue of global modeling is discussed, which includes modeling for solid conveying, melting, melt flow, and co-operation of the screw/die system. The classical approach to global modeling of the extrusion process, which is based on separate models for each section of the screw, i.e Cited by: 1.   This invention is directed to polymer devolatilization and, in certain aspects, to the use of a sparingly soluble stripping agent to significantly reduce the level of volatile contaminants in a flowing polymer. 2. Description of Related Art. Ideally solution polymerization would result in one hundred percent complete polymerization of monomer.

    devolatilization and stripping of residual monomers, solvents, contaminants. as used in high performance engineering polymers [6]. In this book, the term rein-forcement will be mostly used for long, continuous fibers or ribbons, whereas theFile Size: KB. Stripping agents in polymer devolatilization This average concentration provided the starting con- centration for the next intervals. The results obtained are shown in Fig. In all the cases examined here mixing is shown to help in decreasing the 1t1J value By mixing at regular intervals, large concentration gradients are created at the Cited by:

    This handbook is a valuable resource in the design and operation of many polymer processes, such as polymerization, devolatilization, drying, extrusion, and heat . Polymer Devolatilization Polymer Devolatilization, Vol. 24 #1, March - edited by Ramon Albalak Marcel Dekker This is unquestionably the best and most comprehensive book on the subject. It is clear that the intent of the book is to provide the practicing engineer with the tools to understand and develop the devolatilization process.


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() Devolatilization. In: Gooch J.W. (eds) Encyclopedic Dictionary of Polymers. Springer, New York, Papers Reference Manager Search book. Search within book. Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page Navigate to page number. Devolatilization is a process where volatile materials are removed directly from the extruder during the melt extrusion of the polymer.

Devolatilization can be used to increase the molecular weight of a polymer as during continuous condensation polymerizations, to dewater polymer slurry formed in a continuous polymerization process, to remove volatile degradation products formed during extrusion. The removal of residual volatile components from polymers is an operation of some importance in the plastics industry.

A generalized, although somewhat idealized, model for continuous, wiped-film devolatilization of viscous polymer melts is presented which relates devolatilization capability to important geometry, operating, and fluid property variables.

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The strands were then frozen, fractured, and studied by SEM. Devolatilization was found to proceed through a blistering mechanism, both on the surface of the strands and on the surfaces of volatile bubbles formed within Cited by: : Devolatilization and Purification of Polymers () by Grulke, Eric; Huvard, Gary and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Hardcover.

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