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by J.R.A. Pearson,S.M. Richardson

Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: J.R.A. Pearson,S.M. Richardson
ISBN: 0853341885
ISBN13: 978-0853341888
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1st Edition edition (May 1, 1983)
Pages: 343
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Polymer processing is no exception, and there is already a substantial amount of literature describing ways in which processes can be analysed . Introduction: Polymer Melt Mechanics.

Polymer processing is no exception, and there is already a substantial amount of literature describing ways in which processes can be analysed, designed or controlled. Computational Techniques for Viscoelastic Fluid Flow. Extrusion (Flow in Screw Extruders and Dies).

The book provides a comprehensive analysis of experimental results from the point of view of the correlations in the triad synthesis conditions–structurephysico–chemical properties.

Polymer processing is no exception, and there is already a substantial amount of literature describing ways in which processes can be analysed, designed or controlled using the potentialities of modern computers. The emphasis given varies with the application, and most authors tend to quote the results of their calculations rather than describing in any detail the way the calculations were undertaken or the difficulties experienced in carrying them out.

Computational Analysis of Polymer Processing. Applied Science Publishers (Elsevier), 1983. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 April 2006. Export citation Request permission.

Richardson, Applied Science Publishers, Essex (1983), 340 pages. author {Ole Hassager}, year {1984} }. Ole Hassager

Richardson, Applied Science Publishers, Essex (1983), 340 pages. Ole Hassager.

Pearson, J. R. A. (John Richard Anthony). Personal Name: Richardson, S. M. Rubrics: Polymers Data processing. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Richardson, S. Pearson, J. ISBN-13.

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Large, fast, digital computers have been widely used in engineering practice and their use has had a large impact in many fields. Polymer processing is no exception, and there is already a substantial amount of literature describing ways in which processes can be analysed, designed or controlled using the potentialities of modern computers. The emphasis given varies with the application, and most authors tend to quote the results of their calculations rather than describing in any detail the way the calculations were undertaken or the difficulties experienced in carrying them out. We aim to give here as useful and connected an account as we can of a wide class of applications, for the benefit of scientists and engineers who find themselves working on polymer processing problems and feel the need to undertake such calculations. The major application we have in mind is the simulation of the dynamics ofthe various physical phenomena which arise in a polymer process treated as a complex engineering system. This requires that the system be reasonably well represented by a limited number of relatively simple subprocesses whose connections can be clearly identified, that the domi­ nant physical effects relevant to each subprocess can be well defined in a suitable mathematical form and that the sets of equations and boundary conditions developed to describe the whole system can be successfully discretised and solved numerically.
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