Advanced Polymeric Materials: Structure Property Relationships (Google eBook)

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CRC Press, Apr 14, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 567 pages
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Featuring contributions from experts at some of the world's leading academic and industrial institutions, Advanced Polymeric Materials: Structure Property Relationships brings into book form a wealth of information previously available primarily only within computer programs. In a welcome narrative treatment, it provides comprehensive coverage of polymeric materials, including polymer composites as well as the more commonly addressed polymer blends. Along with discussion on a variety of applications, topics include general aggregate properties, design considerations, characterization and enhancement of physical and mechanical properties, processing and manufacturing, and components failure.

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1 Design Optimization of Composite Laminates under Deterministic and Uncertain Conditions
2 InProcess Monitoring for Control of ClosedMold Techniques for the Manufacture of Thermosetting Matrix Composites
3 Manufacture and Performance of ZPinned Composites
4 Modeling Concepts for the Spherulitic Growth in Polymers and Composites
5 Rheological Measurements and Modeling of Noncolloidal Particulate Suspensions
6 Properties and Optical Behavior of PEVinyl Copolymer IPNlike Networks
7 Cure and Rubber Toughening of Vinyl Ester Resins
8 Properties of Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers and Their Blends
9 Gas Barrier Properties of Polymeric Materials
10 PolymerClay Nanocomposites
11 Review of Polymer Composites with Carbon Nanotubes
12 Performance Synergism in PolymerBased Hybrid Materials
13 Synthetic Biomedical Polymers for Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery
14 An Introduction to Absorbable and Degradable Systems and Their Biomedical Application

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