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Blowing Agents and Foaming Processes 2003


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Blowing Agents and Foaming Processes 2003
Author: Conference Proceedings
ISBN 978-1-85957-366-2

Published: 2003
Munich, Germany, 19th-20th May 2003

232 pages


Price: $180.00 + S&H
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The fifth Blowing Agents and Foaming Processes Conference was held in Munich, Germany and was dedicated to the critical role of blowing agents in foamed plastics and rubber.

The two day international conference brought together major blowing agent manufacturers and suppliers, foaming process providers and academia to present an insight into the latest industrial progress and research for foam generation.

Reports were presented on new injection molding processes, structural foam, micro cellular and extrusion processes. There were also presentations from the more theoretical and academic side, which provide a good overview of the physical properties, effects, performance and functions of blowing agents.

List of papers
SESSION 1: BLOWING AGENTS, NEW FOAMING SYSTEMS AND GASES

Azodicarbonamide, One Blowing Agent for One Use? Most Definitely Not!
Dr Stephen Quinn, Bayer UK, UK
New Developments with Expandable Microspheres
Dr Klas Elving, Expancel, Sweden
Methylal: A Blowing or Co-Blowing Agent for Polyurethane and Other Foams
Dr Michel Beaujean, Lambiotte & Cie S. A., Belgium
EnovateTM 3000 Blowing Agent is a Versatile Blowing Agent for Polyurethane and Polyisocyanurate Foam in the European Construction Industry
Mary C Bogdan, Honeywell International, USA
Solkane 365/227 Blends for Polyurethane Foaming: Skills on Commercial Use and Bulk Handling
Dr Lothar Zipfel, SOLVAY Fluor und Derivate, Germany
Cell Structure and Properties of Rigid Polyurethane Foams Blown with New Generation Agents
Dr Eng Aleksander Prociak, Cracow University of Technology, Poland
SESSION 2: FOAM INJECTION MOULDING - DIFFERENT VIEWS AND RESULTS
Thermoplastic Structural Foam -Wellknown and New Process
Dr Helmut Eckardt, Battenfeld GmbH, Germany
Foam Injection Moulding with Chemical Blowing Agents
Mr Robert Benker, Geobra Brandstatter GmbH & Co Kg, Germany
Investigation on Foam Injection Moulding with a Special Injection Moulding Nozzle
Dipl Ing Sasan Habibi-Naini, IKV - Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung, Germany
Physical Foaming with ErgoCell - Machine Technology, Benefits, Limits, Economic Efficiency
Dr Rolf Sauthof, Demag Ergotec GmbH, Germany
New Developments in Mucell Markets
Dr Hartmut Traut, Trexel GmbH, Germany
SESSION 3: EXTRUDED FOAMED THERMOPLASTICS
Foam Extrusion of PS Blown with a Mixture of HFC-134a and Isopropanol
Dr Richard Gendron, Conseil National de Recherches/ National Research Council Canada, Canada
Overview and Marketing Aspects of the Extrusion Foam Business
Reiner Bunnenberg & Dröge Berthold, SMSFolientechnik GmbH & Co Kg, Austria
Foam Extrusion of Polypropylene Foams - New Developments and Applications
Dr Ing Dirk Kropp, Polymer-Tec GmbH, Germany
New Demands for Foam Extrusion Technology when using CO2 as Direct Gased Foaming Agents
Dr Frank van Lueck, SMS Foam Technology, Austria
SESSION 4: NEW ASPECTS ON EXTRUSION AND EXTRUDED SUBSTRATES
PP Blends with Tailored Foamability and Mechanical Properties
Dr Norbert Reichelt, Borealis GmbH, Austria
The Effect of Nucleating Agents on Polypropylene Foam Morphology
Dr Denis Rodrigue, Université Laval, Canada
Evaluation of HFC-245fa as an Alternative Blowing Agent for Extruded Thermoplastic Foams
Dr Caroline Vachon, Conseil National de Recherches/ National Research Council Canada, Canada
Extrusion for Microcellular Foams
Dipl Ing Johannes Lorenz, IKV - Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung, Germany
SESSION 5: THEORECTICAL AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF FOAMS AND RELATED RESULTS
Density and Open Cell Effects on PE Foam Modulus
Dr Shau-Tarng Lee, Sealed Air Corporation, USA
The Role of Extensional Rheology in the Screening Phase of the Development of New Closed Cell Foams
Dr Frank Woellecke, Universität Bayreuth, Germany
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene/Pentanes Coblown Foams for Improved Fire Performance
Dr Laurent Caron, Atofina Chemicals Inc, France
Stabilization of Polyolefin Foams during Ageing
Dr Chung Poo Park, USA

 

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