|Statement||A.A. Berlin ... [et al.].|
|Series||Polymers/properties and applications -- 10|
|Contributions||Berlin, Alexandre Al.|
About this book. The first part of Semiconducting Polymer Composites describes the principles and concepts of semiconducting polymer composites in general, addressing electrical conductivity, energy alignment at interfaces, morphology, energy transfer, percolation theory and processing techniques. In later chapters, different types of polymer. Polymer composites represent a field of intense and growing interest to consumers and producers of plastics. The scope of the book does not include composites based on continuous reinforcing fibers, polymeric concretes, nor other special-purpose materials in which polymers are used to modify the properties of inorganic materials. New edition brings classic text up to date with the latest science, techniques, and applications With its balanced presentation of polymer chemistry, physics, and engineering applications, the Third Edition of this classic text continues to instill readers with a solid understanding of the core concepts underlying polymeric materials. Both students and instructors have praised the text for its. Polymer composites represent a field of intense and growing interest to consumers and producers of plastics. They are used to solve the most acute problems: energy and oil conservation, improvement of the properties of polymer materials, and the increase of their use. Even special problems, such as inflammability of plastics and industrial wastes, are closely connected with polymer composites.
This book deals with the principles of polymer modification for cement composites, the process technology, properties and applications of the polymer-modified mortar and concrete, and special polymer-modified systems such as M DF cement, antiwashout underwater concrete, polymer-ferrocement, and artificial I wood. Volume 21 provides a working knowledge of the capabilities and applications of commercially significant composites, including metal-matrix composites, ceramic-matrix composites, and polymer and organic-matrix types. It covers constituent materials, design considerations, and manufacturing processes. It includes detailed information on. composites (MMCs), ceramic matrix composites (CMCs), and polymer matrix composites (PMCs) (Figure ) . The classiﬁcations according to types of rein-forcement are particulate composites (composed of particles), ﬁbrous composites (composed of ﬁbers), and laminate composites (composed of laminates). Fibrous composites can be further. This book provides an excellent introduction to the basic principles of composite materials, including the classical lamination theory. In addition, recent developments in polymer composites have been included with full references, as well as coverage of several advanced subjects related to structural applications of : Bor Z. Jang.
polymer matrix composite provides strength and stiffness that are lacking in the matrix. The com-posite is designed so that the mechanical loads to which the structure is subjected in service are supported by the reinforcement. The function of the relatively weak matrix is to bond the fibers. Polymer Composites is the engineering and scientific journal serving the fields of reinforced plastics and polymer composites including research, production, processing, and applications. an excellent textbook for graduate studentsand a valuable book for polymer and composite material engineers. The book provides a comprehensive overview in fundamental principles of flow properties of polymers and composites, with especially clear explanations of rheology concepts and viscosity measurement techniques, and concise discussions of flow properties for a wide range of polymer and composite materials."Reviews: 1. This article discusses the phenomena of machining of fiber-reinforced polymer composites by conventional and nonconventional means. First, the underlying principles of machining by .