Published February 1977
by Academic Press Inc.,U.S. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
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Since the first Polyurethanes book was published in , and reprinted with updates in , the world of polyurethanes has changed dramatically. This edition has been completely re-structured, re-written and enlarged by approximately 50%. It provides a greater focus on the whole range of components used to produce polyurethanes, a more detailed analysis of environmental issues and extended. Excelsis Design, Pack of 15, Foam Boards (Acid-Free), 24x36 Inches (Many Sizes Available), 3/16 Inch Thick Mat, White with White Core (Foam Core Backing Boards, Double-Sided Sheets). The book Foams: Theory and Industrial Applications, written by the undersigned and three collaborators and published in , is still the only monograph on liquid foam in the English language. Naturally the science of foams had advanced in the intervening years so that a practically new book had. Jun 14, · Polyurethane and Related Foams: Chemistry and Technology is an in-depth examination of the current preparation, processing, and applications of polyurethanes (PURs) and other polymer foams. Drawing attention to novel raw materials, alternative blowing agents, and new processing methods, the book accentuates recent innovations that meet increasingly stringent environmental and Cited by:
Nov 03, · The book also covers flame-retardant foams, rigid foam composites, and foam sandwich composites and details applications in structural engineering, electronics, and insulation. Authored by leading experts in the field, this book minimizes the gap between research and application in this important and growing larep-immo.com by: 4. Marketers and consumers have imbued foams with descriptive attributes that have become part of the jargon of the technologist. The chapter discusses the contribution to foam characteristics by surfactant classes, and provides a description of specific products in Author: Martin Rieger. Nevertheless, most modern urethane foams do not burn very well. Most of these are called “UL rated” or “Class I” foams and have a flame spread of less than (Flame spread rating is explained in the Appendix.) But even these more highly fire-retardant foams can be a fire hazard. The Polyurethane Foam Book, by David B. South 07/ Polymer foams have wide application area due to their light weight, resistance to impact, high thermal insulation, and damping properties. Automotive, packing industry, electronic, aerospace, building construction, bedding, and medical applications are some of the fields that polymer foams have been used. However, depending on their cell structure—open or closed cell—polymer foams have Author: Mihrigul Altan.