• Reaction Injection Molding

    "In 'Reaction Injection Molding', eight specially commissioned chapters - each written by a top expert in plastics - focus on the key elements in the composition and use of RIM plastics. These chapters provide concise, practical information on designing, testing, finishing, repairing, and processing of RIM to fulfill an ever widening spectrum of needs."

    • ASIN: 0442206313

  • Injection Molding: Advanced Troubleshooting Guide: The 4M Approach

    This highly practical troubleshooting guide solves problems at the machine systematically and quickly. Drawing on a wealth of hands-on experience from the authors, who have built strong reputations in the field, the book is structured by type of problem/solution. Thus, it is an ideal reference to be consulted at the machine.Included is valuable information on robust process windows, cycle time evaluations, scrap savings, and runners/gates with no existing standard in the industry. No other book provides the unique insights found here.

    • ASIN: 1569906459

  • Fundamentals of Reaction Injection Molding (Hanser Publishers)

    Reaction injection molding (RIM) and reinforced reaction injection molding (RRIM) have matured to the point where a book on the process is greatly needed. The author, an internationally recognized RIM expert, has answered this need with a book that is technically strong, well written, informative and readable. One of the major attributes of this text is the integration of the practical aspects of the process with the engineering fundamentals. Equipment and process descriptions help the reader understand the physical operation. The author is also adept at explaining the theory of the process so that it will be understandable to everyone who is or will be involved with this new technique. The description of the chemistry is handled in a style accessible to professionals other than chemists. In addition to polyurethanes, other polymers such as polyamides, polyesters and epoxies, are covered in this book as well as filled RIM polymers. The book is the perfect information source and reference summary on RIM and RRIM.

    • ASIN: 0195207599

  • Reaction Injection Molding Machinery and Processes (Plastics Engineering)

    Book by Sweeney, F. Melvin

    • Brand: Brand: CRC Press
    • ASIN: 0824775953

  • APDTY 417121 A.I.R. Engine Secondary Air Injection Reaction Smog Pump

    Replaces 12568224, 12568241, 12568324, 12568382, 17610-0C010, 12575898

    • Color: Ready To Paint If Needed
    • Brand: APDTY
    • ASIN: B00C8D91NO
    • UPC: 401000003266

  • Liquid Moulding Technologies: Resin Transfer Moulding, Structural Reaction Injection Moulding and Related Processing Techniques

    Liquid moulding technologies such as RTM and SRIM are increasingly used for manufacturing composites in a variety of industries. Most interest stems from the automotive industry in the continuing search for weight savings, manufacturing economies and vehicle refinement.Liquid Moulding Technologies provides a unique insight into the development and use of such processes with a comprehensive description of the material, process variants, equipment, control strategies and tooling techniques used. Procedures for materials characterisation, preform and mould design are also described and the text is augmented by a number of case studies for prototype and production parts.This book is an invaluable source for both industrial moulders and those working in research and development.

    • ASIN: 1855732424

  • Reaction Injection Molding and Fast Polymerization Reactions (Polymer Science and Technology Series)

    The emergence of reaction injection molding (RIM) has been folĀ­ lowed by the industry with mounting interest. RIM technology has brought to polymer processing a new flexibility and savings in both energy and capital investment. The new developments and the number of engineers and scientists working in RIM is growing at so fast a rate that there is need for sharing information on progress in this area. This book is based on papers presented at the International Symposium on Reaction Injection Molding which was held in 1981 in Atlanta, Georgia, and was sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry. The book is divided into four parts covering different areas of RIM development. The first part is devoted to the future trends of RIM developĀ­ ment in the United States and Japan. The structure-properties relationship and effects of annealing on properties of RIM elastomers are covered in the second part. New non-urethane polymers such as polyamides, polyisocyanurates and polystyrene suitable for RIM processing are discussed in the third part. In the last part the engineering and technological aspects of RIM, such as glass reinforcement, mixing, flow and moldability are covered in detail. Finally I would like to thank Mrs. Iris Glebe f...

    • ASIN: 1468487353

  • Numerical Simulation of the Filling and Curing Stages in Reaction Injection Moulding

    Master's Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Engineering - Mechanical Engineering, , language: English, abstract: (Thesis in pdf available here: http://goo.gl/EZzlT6 and here: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/2419) Commonly used methods for injection moulding simulation involve a considerable number of simplifications, leading to a significant reduction of the computational effort but, in some cases also to limitations. In this work, Reaction Injection Moulding (RIM) simulations are performed with a minimum of simplifications, by using the general purpose CFD software package Ansys CFX, designed for numerical simulation of fluid flow and heat and mass transfer. The Ansys CFX's homogeneous multiphase flow model, which is generally considered to be the appropriate choice for modelling free surface flows where the phases are completely stratified and the interface is well defined, is shown to be unable to model the filling process correctly. This problem is overcome through the implementation of the inhomogeneous model in combination with the free-slip boundary condition for the air phase. The cure reaction is implemented in the code as a transport equation for an additional scalar variable, with a source term. Various transient and advection schemes are tested to determine which on...

    • ASIN: 3656649243