Synthetic Fibers: Machines and Equipment, Manufacture, Properties : Handbook for Plant Engineering, Machine Design, and Operation

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Hanser, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 885 pages
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This guide to plant design and machinery construction and operation is written by one of the pioneers in the field. It offers a comprehensive overview on processes, machines, and plant layouts for the production of synthetic (man-made) fibers from an engineering point of view. Detailed technical drawings, plus numerous formula and diagrams, illustrate the entire fiber-technical knowledge for the design of various production steps, from raw materials through polymerization, and spinning to textured and technical fabrics. This unique handbook is a treasury of knowledge for the expert, an indispensable adviser in solving day-to-day problems, and a must on the shelf for every library.

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