Handbook of Polymer Testing: Physical Methods

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Roger Brown
CRC Press, 21 janv. 1999 - 860 pages
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The Handbook of Polymer Testing: Physical Methods provides virtually currently used techniques for measuring and testing the physical properties of polymers. A concise but detailed technical guide to the physical testing methods of synthetic polymers in plastics, rubbers, cellular materials, textiles, coated fabrics, and composites, the book analyses a wide array of physical parameters and features complete coverage of mechanical, optical, and electrical, and thermal properties. Topics of interest include sample preparation, time-dependent properties, coated fabrics, weathering, permeability, and nondestructive testing.
 

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Table des matières

Introduction
1
Putting Testing in Perspective
5
Quality Assurance of Physical Testing Measurements
15
Standardization
105
Sample Preparation
125
Conditioning
141
Mass Density and Dimensions
157
Processability Tests
171
Particular Requirements for Composites
407
Textile Polymers
427
Coated Fabrics
483
Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Analysis
501
Fracture Mechanics Properties
533
Friction
589
Thermal Properties
597
Electrical Properties
617

Strength and Stiffness Properties
225
Fatigue and Wear
245
TimeDependent Properties
255
Effect of Temperature
263
Environmental Resistance
271
Other Physical Properties
279
Testing of Rubber
285
Particular Requirements for Plastics
309
Cellular Materials
375
Optical Properties
647
Testing for Fire
659
Weathering
697
Lifetime Prediction
735
Permeability
747
Adhesion
761
Nondestructive Testing
773
Index
839
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About the author
Rouzbeh Yassini is the founder and CEO of YAS Broadband Ventures LLC of Andover, Massachusetts, a venture capital firm that provides capital financing, consulting services, and academic insight into the broadband industry. In 1990, he founded LANcity, which introduced the first high-speed residential communications modem that was designed to integrate with cable television networks. LANcity's successful introduction spawned a new consumer electronics technology category known as the cable modem, which is used today in millions of households worldwide. He has gained an international reputation as a broadband visionary and has established cable modem technical standards through his support of industry initiatives at Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. In 1998, CED Magazine named Rouzbeh Yassini its Man of the Year, recognizing his contributions to the industry. He has been quoted in numerous business and trade periodicals and newspapers and is a frequent speaker at international conferences devoted to digital services and the broadband infrastructure.

About the contributors
Stewart Schley is a writer and publishing executive with more than 21 years of experience. He has written and edited numerous business magazines and telecommunications industry reference books.

Roger Brown is the editorial director of Reed Business Information's Telecom Group and a 17-year-veteran journalist in business and technology.

Leslie Ellis is a writer and author who has covered cable television technology and industry economics since 1987.

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