Plastics Failure Guide: Cause and Prevention

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Hanser Pub., 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 473 pages
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Plastics failure, to some extent, is the result of a phenomenal increase in the number and variety of applications in relatively few years. The focus of this book is on actual field and product failures. The treatment is comprehensive, emphasizing cause and prevention. The concept of the interdependence of material, design, and processing is applied to all examples and cases. The "how to" of prevention is brought out as a logical extension of the cause of failure.

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