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Handbook of Thermoset Plastics
 
 

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, 2nd Edition

 
Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, 2nd Edition,Hanna Dodiuk,Sydney Goodman,ISBN9780815514213
 
 
 

Dodiuk   &   Goodman   

William Andrew

9780815514213 New edition

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229 X 152

This book is specifically aimed to help engineers, chemists, physicists, and students who need general, as well as technical, details concerning everything from historical data and terminology to highly specific curing and staging data.

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Once occupying a lesser, yet significant, role in the plastics' industry, thermoset plastics technology has increasingly become important to designers and users who work in specialty applications. Everything from toys to medical devices, and from automotive to sports and recreation products, are being manufactured using thermoset plastics. An increased understanding of thermoset plastics technology and processes has broadened their use exponentially over the last few years. In fact, the importance and contributions of unsaturated polyesters, urethanes, and epoxy thermosets have driven unprecedented sales and production figures that approach the definition of commodity materials.



As a survey of the technology, the handbook provides the reader with the practical implications of crosslinking, as well as establishing relationships between time, temperature, and mass, often ignored in the general overviews allotted to thermoset plastics in other handbooks. The Handbook of Thermoset Plastics offers the most complete collection of general and technical details available for this important subject.

Readership

Engineers, chemists, physicists, technicians and students who need general, as well as technical, details concerning thermoset plastics.

Hanna Dodiuk

Sydney Goodman

Handbook of Thermoset Plastics, 2nd Edition

1. Introduction
History
Definitions
Crosslinking and Curing
Influence of Time, Temperature, and Mass
Shelf Life and Pot Life
Curing
Staging
Stoichiometric Considerations
Prepolymerization and Adducting
Bibliography
2. Phenol-Formaldehyde
Introduction
Raw Materials
Phenol
Resinification (Production) of Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins
Phenolic Resins in Friction Materials
Phenolic Resins Trade Names and Manufactures
References
3. Amino and Furan Resins
Introduction
Raw Materials
Amino Resins
Furan Resins
Properties of Amino and Furan Resins
Trade Names
References
4. Unsaturated Polyester and Vinyl Ester Resins
Unsaturated Polyesters
Vinyl Ester Resins
Compounding of Unsaturated Polyester and Vinyl Ester Resins
Applicable Manufacturing Process
Recent Developments
Trade Names and Manufacturers of Unsaturated Polyester and Vinyl Esters
References
5. Allyls
Introduction
Chemistry
Polymerization and Processing
Formulation
Properties
Applications
References and Bibliography
6. Epoxy Resins
Introduction
Resin Types
Curatives and Grosslinking Reactions
Alkaline Curing Agents
Acid Curing Agents
Formulation Principles
Properties
Applications
7. Thermoset Polyurethanes
Introduction
Environmental Regulation and its Impact on Polyurethane Technology
Modification of Amines for Reaction with Isocyanates
Recent Development
Amines
JEFFAMINES$#174; (Polyoxyalkylendimine)
Water-Borne Polyurethanes
Other Two-Component Polyurethanes
Catalysts
Diisocyanates
Acknowledgment
References
Bibliography
8. High performance Polyimides and Related Thermoset Polymers; Past and Present Development, and Future Research irection
Historical Perspective
Polyimides from Condensation Reactions
Thermoplastic Polyimides
Addition-Curable Polyimides and Other Polymers
Nadimide-Terminated Thermosetting Polyimides
Maleimide- Terminated Thermosetting Polyimides
Cyanate- Terminated Thermosetting Polymers
High Temperature Thermosetting resins Based on Phtalonitrile
Acetylene-Terminated Thermosetting Polymers
Propargyl-Terminated Oligomers
Phenylethynyl-Terminated Thermosetting Polymers
Applicability of Thermoset Isoimides/Imides to Resin Transfer Molding Processing
Application of High-Performance Polymers to Improve Galvanic Corrosion of Imide-Based Composites
Application of High-Performance Polymers in Lightning Strike Protection Technology Using Nonmetallic Materials
Future Demands in Ultrahigh Temperature Resistant Polymers
Chemical Structures Suitable for Ultrahigh temperature Use
Novel Cross-Linking Mechanisms for Stability at Ultrahigh Temperatures
Polymer-Ceramic Materials
References
9. Silicones
Introduction
Silicone Fluids
Silicone Rubbers
Room-Temperature-Vulcanizing Silicones
Heat Cured Systems
Silicone Laminates
Government Specifications for Silicone Products
References
10. Crosslinked Thermoplastics
Introduction
Crosslinking of Thermoplastics
Effects of Crosslinking on Polymer
Chemical Crosslinking
Rotational Molding
Post-Irradiation Effects
Acrylates
Trade Names
References
Index
 
 
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