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- Dr. Gupta Verlags GmbH
- Service Life Prediction of Exterior Plastics
- Weatherability of Polypropylene by Accelerated Weathering Tests and Outdoor Exposure Tests in Japan
Coverage includes progress in developing new science and test methods to determine how materials respond to weather exposure. This book is ideal for researchers and professionals working in the field of service life prediction. Examines numerous consensus standards that affect commercial products allowing readers to see the future of standards related to service life prediction. Presents groundbreaking research, including the blueprint of a new test method that will significantly shorten the service life prediction process time. Covers two of the latest verified predictive models, which demonstrate realized-potential to transform the field.
Dr. Gupta Verlags GmbH
Du kanske gillar. Melting World Christopher White E-bok. Ladda ned. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Service Life Prediction of Polymers and Plastics Exposed to Outdoor Weathering discusses plastics and polymers and their unique applications, from sealants used in construction, to polymer composites used in planes. While these materials are important enablers for advanced technologies, exposure to weather changes the very properties of plastics that make them so useful.
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Service Life Prediction of Exterior Plastics
State-of-the-art assessment and research needs assessment of the current scientific knowledge of in-service prediction of polymers and plastics exposed to outdoor weathering 2. Development of a roadmap for modification and adoption of consensus standards related to in-service prediction of polymers and plastics exposed to outdoor weathering 3. Validating laboratory-based models and scaling-up for service life prediction 4. Selecting a statistical method for validation of life prediction models 6. Predicting chemical compatibility and aging of materials in a system: a combined experimental and modeling approach 8. Towards a predictive, multi-scale aging model for complex silicone architectures - Insights into structural control and response to environmental stressors 9.
Back to Results. Authors Christopher C. White, Kenneth M. White, James E. Year Edition 1.
Weatherability of Polypropylene by Accelerated Weathering Tests and Outdoor Exposure Tests in Japan
As a joint study of the Polymer Subcommittee in the Industrial Technology Cooperative Promotion Committee, in which members are Japanese local governmental research institutes and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology AIST, Japan , carried out from to , polyethylene reference sample PE-RS pieces and six types of polypropylene PP were subjected to accelerated weathering tests and outdoor exposure tests, resulting in the following findings. The accelerated weathering test machines of the participating institutes had high reproducibility. Because plastics have lower specific gravities and are more easily moldable compared to metals and ceramics, their applications as device components have expanded, allowing components to become lighter and leading to cost reductions. In the future, as weight and cost reductions continue, the opportunities for plastics to be used in harsh environments will multiply. Materials used in outdoor locations are placed under harsh conditions, being exposed to sunlight and temperature changes.