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Tecnología de los Plásticos 5: Envejecimiento y Resistencia Química

Manual de Bolsillo 5
Copyright: 2014
ISBN: 978-958-98663-7-5
Softcover: 134 pages
$11.99 (US)



El envejecimiento y la resistencia química son probablemente los parámetros más subestimados que influencian el comportamiento y el tiempo de vida de componentes plásticos. Esta poderosa herramienta proporciona una revisión de los diferentes mecanismos de envejecimiento que interactúan y su influencia en partes plásticas y sus propiedades. La tabla de resistencia química presenta la información de como los principales materiales plásticos soportan a las influencias químicas: desde el ácido acético hasta el zinc.¡De bolsillo y compacto - pero claro y complete!¡El Manual de Bolsillo en la palma de su mano!

Aging and chemical resistance are probably the most underestimated parameters influencing the performance and lifetime of plastic parts. This powerful tool provides you with an overview of the different interacting aging mechanisms and their influence on plastic parts and their properties. The unique table of chemical resistance delivers information on how the major plastic materials hold up to chemical influences: from acetic acid to zinc chlorides. Pocket-sized and condensed, yet clear and comprehensive! Plastics Power in the Palm of your Hand!

Author Info:

Osswald, T.

Dr. Tim A. Osswald teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is co-Director of the Polymer Engineering Center. He also holds honorary professorships at the Friedrich Alexander Universität in Erlangen, Germany and the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He teaches and does research in polymer engineering, a field where he has published 11 books and over 300 papers.


Restrepo-Zapata, N.C.
Berlich, R.
Bonten, C.

University Professor Dr.-Ing. Christian Bonten heads the Institute for Plastics Technology (Institut für Kunststofftechnik; IKT) in Stuttgart, one of the leading German research institutes in the field of plastics technology. After studying mechanical engineering in Duisburg/Germany and plastics processing at the University in Aachen/Germany, Prof. Bonten received his doctorate in the field of welding plastics under supervision of Prof. Ernst Schmachtenberg. After several years of technical responsibility and later business responsibility at the chemical company BASF and the bioplastics manufacturer FKuR, he was appointed Director and Head of the IKT by the University of Stuttgart in 2010. The institute works in all areas of plastics technology: materials engineering, processing technology, and product engineering.