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Blowing Agents and Foaming Processes 2004


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Blowing Agents and Foaming Processes 2004
Author: Conference
ISBN 978-1-85957-447-8

Published: 2004
Hamburg, Germany, 10th-11th May 2004

pages 214


Price: $180.00 + S&H
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This sixth international conference dedicated to the critical role of blowing agents in foamed plastics and rubber aimed to present an insight into the latest industrial progress and research for foam generation.

The conference offered a comprehensive review of recent academic developments, results and future possibilities, foaming agents and blowing gases and foam processes such as microcellular technology, direct gassing processes and related gases.

List of Papers

SESSION 1: BLOWING AGENTS AND GASES: NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND VIEWS
The Right Chemical Foaming Agent for Your Application
Marcel Wiesner, Clariant Masterbatch GmbH, Germany
Chemical Blowing Agents as Versatile Additives for Injection Moulding
Lars Wahlen, Lehmann & Voss & Co., Germany
Flammable Blowing Agents, Design and Storage Considerations
Dennis Jones, BOC, UK
Solkane 365mfc for Rigid PU Foams: Application Status and Future Perspective
Lothar Zipfel, Solvay Fluor und Derivate, Germany
Foam Development by using the Melt Elongational Properties as a Key Factor
Dieter Langenfelder, Basell Bayreuth Chemie GmbH ,Germany
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SESSION 2: FOAM INJECTION MOULDING – PROCESSES AND LATEST RESULTS
Optifoam™ - The Flexible Solution for Foam Injection Molding
Sasan Habibi-Naini, Sulzer Chemtech AG, Switzerland
Why Structural Foam? Advantages, Process Technology and Applications
Helmut Eckardt, Battenfeld GmbH, Germany
The Mucell ® -Technology - Characteristics with In-Mold-Decorating and Insert Moulding
Hartmut Traut, Trexel GmbH, Germany
SESSION 3: BASIC RESULTS ON PU FOAMS
Thermal Conductivity of Polyurethane Foams at Different Temperatures
Aleksander Prociak, Cracow University of Technology, Poland
Analysis of Polyurethane Foam Processing and Surface Texture
Ahmad Majdi Abdul Rani, Loughborough University, UK
SESSION 4: EXTRUDED FOAM PLASTICS – MACHINERY AND PRODUCTS
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION - Resin Evolution for Thermoplastic Foam Extrusion
Shau Tarng Lee, Sealed Air Corporation, USA
New Challenges and Solutions for Foam Extrusion
Thomas Liebe & Berthold Dröge, SMS Folientechnik GmbH, Austria
Assessment of the Foamability of Polymers on the Basis of their Biaxial Stress/Strain Behaviour
Holger Schumacher, IKV - RWTH Aachen, Germany
Developments in Strandfoam Technology
Jean-Francois Koenig, Dow Chemical Co, Germany
Twin Screw Extruders in Foam Extrusion
Matthias Reimker, Berstorff GmbH, Germany
Current Trends and Products for the XPS Industry
Joachim Greis, Nova Chemicals Deutschland GmbH, Germany
Soft Polypropylene Foams
Manfred Stadlbauer, Borealis GmbH, Austria
SESSION 5: NEW RESULTS AND ASPECTS ON DIFFERENT SUBSTRATES SUCH AS PVC, SILICONE, ELASTOMERS AND RUBBER
Rigid PVC Foam: Formulation for Sustainability
Noreen L. Thomas, Loughborough University, UK
Soft Materials with Fine Cells using Chemical Blowing Agents
Remco Willemse, Sekisui Alveo BV, The Netherlands
New Technology to Produce Silicone Sponge without Chemical Blowing Agents or Volatile Organics
Ernst Gerlach, Dow Corning GmbH, Germany
A New Method for the Characterisation of Sponge Rubber Compound
Arndt Kremers, IKV - RWTH Aachen, Germany

 

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