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Frontiers in the science and technology of polymer recycling
|Statement||edited by Güneri Akovali ... [et al.].|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series E, Applied sciences -- v. 351, NATO ASI series -- no. 351.|
|Contributions||Akovalı, Güneri., NATO Advanced Study Institute on Frontiers in the Science and Technology of Polymer Recycling (1997 : Antalya, Turkey)|
|LC Classifications||TP1175.R43 F76 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 446 p. :|
|Number of Pages||446|
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Frontiers in the Science and Technology of Polymer Recycling (Nato Science Series E:) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Güneri Akovali (Editor)Format: Paperback. Topics covered also include regulation and practice in NATO countries, the economics of recycling, the reprocessing of single polymers and mixtures, and future prospects and strategies.
Audience: Vital reading for all polymer scientists, technicians and engineers. Frontiers in the Science and Technology of Polymer Recycling. Editors (view affiliations) Güneri Akovali; Fundamental Issues Pertinent to Polymer Recycling. Front Matter. means that recycling is imperative.
The present book presents a survey of current knowledge in the form of case studies, including current legal and educational.
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Frontiers In The Science And Technology Of Polymer Recycling means that recycling is imperative. The present book presents a survey of current knowledge in the form of case studies, including current legal and educational issues.
and future prospects and strategies. This book is vital reading for all polymer scientists, technicians and. Provides an overview of state-of-the-art recycling techniques together with current and potential applications.
* Presents material that is normally only available in the form of conference proceedings * Includes flow charts detailing the recycling process * Helps identify the problems encountered in the recycling of polymers * Presents pie graphs and photographs of commercial outlets A. The Polymeric and Composite Materials section is devoted to the science and technology of polymeric and composite materials.
It publishes high-quality applied and fundamental research covering traditional, as well as novel polymeric and composite materials with advanced engineering applications. Topics covered by the section, include but are not limited to. Frontiers in Polymer Science will be held May in Budapest, Hungary in association with Progress in Polymer Science, Polymer, EPJ, Polymer Degradation and Stability, Reactive and Functional Polymers and Polymer Testing.
Recycling of Polymers: A Review. Science and Technology. KU Leuven. Polymer recycling is investigated at the polymer research. center of the University of Surrey. Its topic is a life-cycle and. Metamaterials, artificial composite structures with exotic material properties, have emerged as a new frontier of science involving physics, material science, engineering and chemistry.
This critical review focuses on the fundamentals, recent progresses and future directions in the research of electromagnetiCited by: Polymer Degradation and Stability is ranked No in the JCR subject category Polymer Science, its Impact Factor is and it publishes over articles per year.
It is our leading journal in degradation which plays a very important role in Polymer Technology. The scope includes general degradation of polymers, biodegradable and. Inrecycling of plastics from the municipal solid waste (MSW) stream was virtually nonexistent.
Bythe recycling rate of different types of plastics found in the United States MSW (containers and packaging, durable goods, and nondurable goods) increased to % (), and it reached 8% in ().Similar growth can also be found in the plastics recycling rates of many Western Cited by: Frontiers in the Science and Technology of Polymer Recycling pp | Cite as Compatibilization of Heterogeneous Polymer Mixtures from the Plastics Waste Streams AuthorsCited by: 3.
The Polymer Chemistry section publishes significant findings across all aspects of macromolecular science. Articles should showcase strong elements of innovation in terms of macromolecular design, synthesis or advanced characterization. Recognizing the ever-increasing role of computational approaches, partly or fully theoretical contributions on the mathematical modeling of polymer.
Recommendation 2: To expand the technology base and secure for the nation the benefits of research at the frontiers, the committee recommends that researchers and funders give high priority to work that strengthens the interface between polymer science and engineering and the many areas, such as medicine and electronics, in which it is applied.
Based on extensive research of the international recycling industry, this book describes technological advances in polymer recycling from the sorting stage through to recycling processes and end-use applications; provides an overview of state-of-the-art recycling techniques with current and potential applications and draws together and consolidates literature in this rapidly growing by: Frontiers of Materials Science is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes high quality reviews/mini-reviews, full-length research papers, and short Communications recording the latest pioneering studies on all aspects of materials science.
The subjects are seen from international and interdisciplinary perspectives covering areas including (but not limited to): biomaterials.
Topics covered also include regulation and practice in NATO countries, the economics of recycling, the reprocessing of single polymers and mixtures, and future prospects and strategies. Audience: Vital reading for all polymer scientists, technicians and engineers.
Books > Chemistry. Frontiers In The Science And Technology Of Polymer Recycling. The main pathways of polymer recycling via different routes and industrial schemes are detailed, covering all current techniques, including regrinding, rebinding, adhesive pressing and compression moulding of recovered PU materials that are then compared with depolymerization approaches.
The research on advanced functional polymers is being driven by the fast-growing demand for new functional materials that can be used in revolutionary technologies. Polymers can be endowed with functions by using certain special preparation methods or .Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Frontiers in the Science and Technology of Polymer Recycling, held JuneAntalya, Turkey.
Includes index. Description: xxi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Fundamental Issues Pertinent to Polymer Recycling.
3. Reprocessing of Single Type Polymers. 4. Microwave-Enhanced Polymer Chemistry and Technology describes novel approaches to polymer processing using microwave technologies.
Coverage includes background and scientific data, analysis of processes and product properties in comparison with existing technology, applications that are being used in various approaches, and the status of.