The Extruder Book

The Extruder Book Author Daryl E. Baird
ISBN-10 1574980734
Release 2000
Pages 282
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Plastics Extrusion Technology Handbook

Plastics Extrusion Technology Handbook Author Sidney Levy
ISBN-10 0831111852
Release 1989-01-01
Pages 388
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Offering complete and in-depth data and information on plastics extrusion, this practical handbook presents the technology of the subject rather than the theory. Presents an overview of extrusion technology as applied to the operation of extrusion systems and the design of tooling and equipment for use in the process. Provides basic technical information on the behavior of polymer and plastics materials in the extrusion process. Contains tool descriptions that provide a basis for the analysis of existing product lines as examples for the design of new systems. Includes illustrations of and background material on control systems for the extruder and extrusion process.



Advances in Food Extrusion Technology

Advances in Food Extrusion Technology Author Medeni Maskan
ISBN-10 9781439815212
Release 2016-04-19
Pages 412
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A fresh view of the state-of-the-art, Advances in Food Extrusion Technology focuses on extruder selection, extrudate development, quality parameters, and troubleshooting in the 21st century extrusion process. In particular, the book: Introduces the history, nomenclature, and working principles of extrusion technology Presents an overview of various types of extruders as well as parts and components of an extruder for design considerations Discusses extruder selection and design, fluid flow problem with different types of raw materials, and heat transfer and viscous energy dissipation, with advantages and limitations for particular cases Emphasizes recent research while providing an overview of trends previously reported in the literature Covers the coinjection of food substances into an extruder die with the objective of creating defined colored patterns, adding internal flavors, and achieving other food injection applications into cereal-based extruded products Describes thermal and nonthermal extrusion of protein products Discussing the influence of design and raw materials on extruder performance and nutritional value, this book covers current and developing products from cereal-based snacks to pet food. In addition to the usual benefits of heat processing, extrusion offers the possibility of modifying and expanding the functional properties of food ingredients. Designed for both the active and future food scientist, this book is an exciting addition to a creative and ever-evolving field.



Extrusion

Extrusion Author
ISBN-10 9781615032631
Release 2006
Pages 592
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Pottery Making Techniques

Pottery Making Techniques Author Anderson Turner
ISBN-10 157498201X
Release 2004
Pages 140
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Articles on pottery techniques chosen from the early issues of Pottery making illustrated.



Extruder Principles and Operation

Extruder Principles and Operation Author M.J. Stevens
ISBN-10 9789401105576
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 494
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This book is intended to fill a gap between the theoretical studies and the practical experience of the processor in the extrusion of thermoplastic polymers. The former have provided a basis for numerical design of extruders and their components, but generally give scant attention to the practical performance, especially to the conflict between production rate and product quality. In practice extruders are frequently purchased to perform a range of duties; even so, the operator may have to use a machine designed for another purpose and not necessarily suitable for the polymer, process or product in hand. The operator's experience enables him to make good product in unpromising circumstances, but a large number of variables and interactions often give apparently contradictory results. The hope is that this book will provide a logical background, based on both theory and experience, which will help the industrial processor to obtain the best performance from his equipment, to recognize its limitations, and to face new problems with confidence. Mathematics is used only to the extent that it clarifies effects which cannot easily be expressed in words; ifit is passed over, at least a qualitative understanding should remain. The approximate theory will not satisfy the purist, but this seems to the authors less important than a clear representation of the physical mechanisms on which so much of the polymer processing industry depends. M. J. STEVENS J. A.



The Complete Technology Book on Plastic Extrusion Moulding And Mould Designs

The Complete Technology Book on Plastic Extrusion  Moulding And Mould Designs Author NIIR Board of Consultants and Engineers
ISBN-10 9788178330082
Release 2006-10-01
Pages 496
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Plastics extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile. Extrusion produces items such as pipe/tubing, weather stripping, fence, deck railing, window frames, adhesive tape and wire insulation. There are fundamentally two different methods of extruding film, namely, below extrusion and slit die extrusion. The design and operation of the extruder up to the die is the same for both methods. The moulding process is one of the most important plastic processing operations. It is an important commercial process whereby a resinous polymeric compound is converted into useful finished articles. The origin of this process is dates back about a century to the invention of a plunger type machine. The mould has its own importance, which give the required shapes of the products. The vast growth of injection moulding is reflected dramatically in many types and sizes of equipment available today. Plastic moulding especially thermoplastic items may be produced by compression moulding methods, but since they are soft at the temperature involved, it is necessary to cool down the mould before they may be ejected. Injection moulding differs from compression moulding is that the plastic material is rendered fluid in a separate chamber or barrel, outside the mould is then forced into the mould cavity by external pressure. Plastic technology is one of the most vigorous manufacturing branches, characterised by new raw materials, changing requirements, and continuous development in processing methods. The injection moulding machines manufacturers plays an important part in the creation of injection moulding technology, process control, to essential mechanical engineering. Even though design is a specialized phase in engineering field, in tool and mould engineering it is totally divided into two wings as product design and tool and die design. This book basically deals with transport phenomena in polymer films, reinforcements for thermosets, miscellaneous thermoset processes, injection molding, blow molding, extrusion, basic principles of injection moulding, correct injection speed is necessary for filling the mould, plastic melt should not suffer degradation, the mould must be controlled for better quality product, logical consideration of moulding profile and material is important than standard setting guide lines, economical setting of the machine, proper maintenance of machine;, safety operations., preliminary checking for moulding, material, component, mould, machine, injection moulding technique, the various type of injection moulding machines, specifications, platen mounting of moulds, locating spigots, mould clamping, etc. The book covers manufacturing processes of extruded and moulded products with the various mould designs. This is very useful book for new entrepreneurs, technocrats, researchers, libraries etc.



Extrusion in Ceramics

Extrusion in Ceramics Author Frank Händle
ISBN-10 3540271007
Release 2009-08-12
Pages 413
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Frank Handle ̈ 1.1 What to Expect For some time now, I have been toying around with the idea of writing a book about “Ceramic Extrusion”, because to my amazement I have been unable to locate a single existing, comprehensive rundown on the subject – much in contrast to, say, plastic extrusion and despite the fact that there are some outstanding contributions to be found about certain, individual topics, such as those in textbooks by Reed [1], Krause [2], Bender/Handle ̈ [3] et al. By way of analogy to Woody Allen’s wonderfully ironic movie entitled “Eve- thing You Always Wanted to Know about Sex”, I originally intended to call this book “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Ceramic Extrusion”, but - ter giving it some extra thought, I eventually decided on a somewhat soberer title. Nevertheless, my companion writers and I have done our best – considering our target group and their motives – not to revert to the kind of jargon that people use when they think the less understandable it sounds, the more scienti c it appears. This book addresses all those who are looking for a lot or a little general or selective information about ceramic extrusion and its sundry aspects. We realize that most of our readers will not be perusing this book just for fun or out of intellectual curiosity, but because they hope to get some use out of it for their own endeavours.



Extruder Mold Tile

Extruder  Mold   Tile Author Anderson Turner
ISBN-10 9781574985269
Release 2008
Pages 135
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This is the fourth book in the "Ceramic Arts Handbook" series. It contains materials that are focused on the work and techniques that utilize extruders and molds as well as a section on tilemaking techniques. Contents are derived from the selected materials first appearing in The American Ceramic Society's two ceramic arts magazines Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated.



Polymer Extrusion

Polymer Extrusion Author Chris Rauwendaal
ISBN-10 9781569905166
Release 2014-01-16
Pages 950
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Initially published "to bridge the gap between theory and practice in extrusion," this 5th edition of Polymer Extrusion continues to serve the practicing polymer engineer and chemist, providing the theoretical and the practical tools for successful extrusion operations. In its revised and expanded form, it also incorporates the many new developments in extrusion theory and machinery over the last years. Contents · Different Types of Extruders · Extruder Hardware · Instrumentation and Control · Fundamental Principles · Important Polymer Properties · Functional Process Analysis · Extruder Screw Design · Die Design · Twin Screw Extruders · Troubleshooting Extruders · Modeling and Simulation of the Extrusion Process



Developments in Plastics Technology 1

Developments in Plastics Technology   1 Author A. Whelan
ISBN-10 9789400966222
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 289
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In the field of plastics technology, the process of extrusion is widespread and important. It is employed in the compounding and pelletising of plastics materials, in their conversion into products (such as profiles, pipe, hose, sheet, film or bottles) and in the coating of wires, cables, paper, board or foil. A major reason for its use is the screw extruder's ability to melt efficiently and pump continuously large amounts of plastics materials. The understanding of the melting/pumping operation of the extruder and the development of larger and faster-running machines so as to give higher outputs have been given great attention and the results have been widely published. However, the whole manufacturing technology for extruded products has also developed, particularly in recent years. This has occurred not only by the use of modern screw extruders, but also by the incorporation of improved process control systems, the better design of dies and extrudate handling machinery and by the utilisation of improved plastics materials and additives. It is the purpose of this book to present selected topics which contribute to, or exemplify, these developments in extrusion-based processes.



Extrusion

Extrusion Author Harold F. Giles Jr
ISBN-10 9781437734829
Release 2013-09-21
Pages 636
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The second edition of Extrusion is designed to aid operators, engineers, and managers in extrusion processing in quickly answering practical day-to-day questions. The first part of the book provides the fundamental principles, for operators and engineers, of polymeric materials extrusion processing in single and twin screw extruders. The next section covers advanced topics including troubleshooting, auxiliary equipment, and coextrusion for operators, engineers, and managers. The final part provides applications case studies in key areas for engineers such as compounding, blown film, extrusion blow molding, coating, foam, and reprocessing. This practical guide to extrusion brings together both equipment and materials processing aspects. It covers basic and advanced topics, for reference and training, in thermoplastics processing in the extruder. Detailed reference data are provided on such important operating conditions as temperatures, start-up procedures, shear rates, pressure drops, and safety. A practical guide to the selection, design and optimization of extrusion processes and equipment Designed to improve production efficiency and product quality Focuses on practical fault analysis and troubleshooting techniques



The Versatility of Extrusion

The Versatility of Extrusion Author
ISBN-10 1859570240
Release 1994-01-01
Pages 42
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Analyzing and Troubleshooting Single Screw Extruders

Analyzing and Troubleshooting Single Screw Extruders Author Gregory A. Campbell
ISBN-10 9783446432666
Release 2013-04-04
Pages 800
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Prior extrusion books are based on barrel rotation physics—this is the first book that focuses on the actual physics of the process—screw rotation physics. In the first nine chapters, theories and math models are developed. Then, these models are used to solve actual commercial problems in the remainder of the book. Realistic case studies are presented that are unique in that they describe the problem as viewed by a typical plant engineer and provide the actual dimensions of the screws. Overall, there is not a book on the market with this level of detail and disclosure. The new knowledge in this book will be highly useful for production engineers, technical service engineers working with customers, consultants specializing in troubleshooting and process design, and process researchers and designers that are responsible for processes that running at maximum rates and maximum profitability. Contents: o Introduction & Troubleshooting o Polymer Materials o Introduction to Polymer Rheology for Extrusion o Resin Physical Properties Related to Processing o Solids Conveying o The Melting Process o Fluid Flow in Metering Channels o Mixing Processes for Single-Screw Extruders o Scaling of Single-Screw Extrusion Processes o Introduction to Troubleshooting the Extrusion Process o Contaminations in the Finished Product o Flow Surging o Rate-Limited Extrusion Processes o Barrier and High-Performance Screws o Melt-Fed Extruders



The Complete Technology Book on Plastic Films HDPE and Thermoset Plastics

The Complete Technology Book on Plastic Films  HDPE and Thermoset Plastics Author NIIR Board of Consultants & Engineers
ISBN-10 9788178330112
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 608
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Plastic Films, HDPE and Thermoset Plastics are now an accepted part of the industrial and domestic scenes but this growth has been comparatively recent. Plastic films are typically used for sealing food items in containers to keep them fresh over a longer period of time. Plastic wrap, typically sold on rolls in boxes with a cutting edge, clings to many smooth surfaces and can thus remain tight over the opening of a container without adhesive or other devices. The past several years have seen numerous plastic films developed for the packaging industry, the most used today being polyethylene. Cast polypropylene film, like polyethylene film is unoriented (not stretched), but it was found that an improved film could be obtained by orientation (stretching the cast in one or more directions). Biaxial orientation is the process whereby the continuous cast film or sheet of plastic is heated up to brings it to a temperature that makes it stretchable. BOPP film possesses superior tensile strength, flexibility, toughness, shrink ability, good barrier and optical characteristics. The use of polyethylene terephthalate film is increasing considerably in recent years in videos audio magnetic tapes, computer tapes, photo and X ray films, power capacitors, insulation tapes and metalling for artificial zari. High density polyethylene (HDPE) or polyethylene high density (PEHD) is a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum. The major applications of HDPE are in the manufacturing of containers, pipes, house wares, toys, filament, woven sacks, film, wire and cable insulation. HDPE is lighter than water, and can be moulded, machined, and joined together using welding (difficult to glue). Thermoset, or thermosetting plastics are synthetic materials that strengthen during being heated, but cannot be successfully remolded or reheated after their initial heat forming. This is in contrast to thermoplastics, which soften when heated and harden and strengthen after cooling. Thermoplastics can be heated, shaped and cooled as often as necessary without causing a chemical change, while thermosetting plastics will burn when heated after the initial molding. Additionally, thermoplastics tend to be easier to mold than thermosetting plastics, which also take a longer time to produce (due to the time it takes to cure the heated material). Some of the astonishing fundamentals of the book are salient features of contemporary, technology and current research, three basic processes: advances, modern polyethylene, processes using high yield catalysts, solution polymerization processes, polyolefins, low density polyethylene, polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC), vinyl chloride/vinyl acetate copolymers, polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl alcohol, physical and chemical properties, manufacturing methods, extrusion of film, slit die extrusion (flat film extrusion), comparison of blow and cast film processes, water cooled polypropylene film, calendaring, solvent, casting, casting of regenerated cellulose film, orientation of film, expanded films, plastics net from film, unsaturated polyester and vinyl ester resins, thermoset polyurethanes, guidelines and theories in compounding polyurethane elastomers, compounding for thermoset polyurethane elastomers, cellulose and cellulose derivatives, thermoplastic polymers etc. The present books offer an up to date overview of the processing of plastic films, HDPE and thermoset plastics. This book is suitable for entrepreneurs, researchers, professionals, technical institutions etc.



Extrusion Coating

Extrusion Coating Author B. H Gregory
ISBN-10 9781412040723
Release 2005
Pages 217
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This comprehensive study of extrusion coating technology describes the process and applications in detail, combining experimental data with computer modeling and the author's 30 years of experience. This methodology provides insight, clarity and assistance in problem solving, process optimization and new product development. The oportunities to exploit a wide range of polymers by the extrusion coater are discussed in detail. These include LDPE, HDPE, PP, ionomers, copolymers and blends and speciality materials, such as EVOH and PET.Everything you wanted to know about:Screw and die design for mono and coextrusion.Chill roll design and winders.Maximizing adhesion at high line speeds:- time in air gap and melt relaxation.Adhesion promotion:- corona, flame, ozone treatment and chemical primers.Feedblock and dual manifold coextrusion compared.Coextrusion:- control layer arrangement and eliminate interfacial instabilities.Optimize melt stability and minimize neck-in in air gap.Material selection:- polyethylenes, copolymers, ionomers, metallocenes, polypropylene etc.Substrates: pulp and paper, aluminium foil, plastic films etc.Applications for extrusion coatings and laminates.Minimize odor and off-taste and the scalping phenomenon in food packaging.Trouble shooting and many more insights.Target Audience: Engineers, marketers, technicians and students involved with the extrusion coating process.Table of Contents:The Extrusion Coating ProcessEquipment and Screw DesignDie DesignStretching Flows and Neck-InAdhesionCoextrusionAdhesion Promotion MethodsPolymers for Extrusion Coating: includes, coplymers, ionomers, PP, blends, metallocene PEsSpeciality Polymers: EVOH and PETImproving organoleptic propertiesSubstrates and Films for the EXtrusion CoaterExtrusion Coated Products and Applications



Reactive Extrusion Systems

Reactive Extrusion Systems Author Leon P.B.M. Janssen
ISBN-10 0203014170
Release 2004-01-08
Pages 200
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Citing recently realized applications for extruders as polymerization, modification, and degradation reactors and presenting a telling array of new research results and illustrative experimental cases, Reactive Extrusion Systems sheds light on the complex set of interactions underlying reactions in extruders. The book succeeds as a three-part survey of the chemical phenomena behind reactive extrusion, mechanisms operant in particular reactions, and approaches to tackling advanced engineering problems. Written by an accomplished field authority, it works through issues involving scale-up from laboratory to production-size equipment, process stability, and more.