Polymer Processing and Surfaces
Sedlačík, Michal (editor)
This book focuses on fundamental and applied research on polymer processing and its effect on the final surface as the optimization of polymer surface properties results in the unique applicability of these over other materials. The development and testing of the next generation of polymeric and composite materials is of particular interest. Special attention is given to polymer surface modification, external stimuli-responsive surfaces, coatings, adhesion, polymer and composites fatigue analysis, evaluation of the surface quality and microhardness, processing parameter optimization, characterization techniques, among others.
Keywordsthermoplastic polyurethanes blends; pressure sensitive adhesives; viscoelastic properties; adhesion properties; tack; creep; cohesion properties; nano-structure functional film; magnetron sputtering; cellulose insulation polymer; space charge; hydrophobicity; zinc oxide; polytetrafluoroethylene; bromoisobutyryl esterification; cornstarch; synthesis process; past stability; adhesion; film properties; mullite; whiskers; nonaqueous precipitation method; aluminum fluoride; polar transformation; screw; aspect ratio; carbon nanotube; dispersion; masterbatch; nanocomposite; polyamide; polyamide 6; halloysite nanotube; functionalizing agent; in situ polymerization; melt blending; polymorphism; hydrothermal ageing; polymers; octaglycidyl-POSS; DGEBA; dicyandiamide; accelerators; corrosion; protective coatings; infrared spectroscopy; rheology; poplar wood; waterborne UV lacquer product; wood modification; contact angle; spectroscopy; super-hydrophobic coating; elastic sensor; carbon nanotubes; wearable electronics; monitoring of breathing; strain sensor; polymer composite; CNTs; construction composite; friction resistance; surface state; low dielectric constant; PI; irradiation; dielectric loss; tin compounds; valsartan; poly(vinyl chloride); additives; average molecular weight; weight loss; functional group index; PET; polymer; plasma jet; tilted application; ROS distribution; UV; VUV; epoxy; Joule heating; fast curing; accelerated forming; shape memory; Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene; sound absorption; 3D printing technology; frequency; thickness; air gap; polyvinyl alcohol; cationic polyacrylamide; polyvinyl chloride; azodicarbonamide; micro-structure; diffusion plate; micro injection molding; grinding; ethylene-octene-copolymer; carbon fibers; polyaniline; polypyrrole; thermoelectric composites; surface coating; dopamine hydrochloride; graphene oxide; surgical suture; friction; Poly(vinylidene chloride-co-acrylonitrile) (P(VDC-co-AN )); thermo-dynamic surface characterization; surface free energy; inverse gas chromatography; visual traits; computer vision and image processing; basalt fiber; epoxy composite; glass transition temperature; DMA; TMA; creep recovery; stress-relaxation; heterogeneous nucleation; cell morphology; injection molding foaming; composite materials; visualization; gloss transition defect; surface defect; surface gloss; shrinkage; mold surface replication; surface analysis; injection molding; polymer surface modification; hydrophobic properties; optimization; mathematical modeling; poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG); conjugation; N,N′-disuccinimidyl carbonate (DSC); immobilization; surface modification; ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene; cellulose nanofiber; bionanocomposite; melt-blending; ethanol mixing
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences