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|Title:||Blown Films and Ribbons Extrusion|
|Abstract:||This chapter covers various aspects of polymer materials and/or their applications in specific end-products. The chapter includes, first, a general description of blown film and ribbon extrusion, including the most important parameters that need to be controlled. Then, the chapter presents the equations used to calculate the final dimensions of films and ribbons. In that section, nonisothermal and non-Newtonian flow behavior is considered. A historical development of the different models available in the literature is also included. Next, the chapter discusses the relationship between the cooling process and the stretching forces. Finally, the chapter deals with the relationships between morphology and mechanical properties for immiscible polymer blends. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.|
|Appears in Collections:||Producción científica UdeG (prueba)|
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