By Toshitaka Kanai, Gregory A. Campbell
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Application of these models to simple uniaxial elongational flow include the convected contravariant Maxwell model with single relaxation time by Agrawal et al. 5 time (s) Eloiigational viscosity data for LDPE separable memory function by Wagner , network models such as Green-Tobolsky, Wagner, Marrucci, and PTT on polyisobutylene by Meissner and Demarmels , the Bouge-White model by Ide and White , single-parameter differential models such as Johnson-Segalman, White-Metzner, Marrucci, Gieskus, Larson, and PTT on HDPE and LDPE by Larson and Khan , and recently the molecular Doi-Edwards model on polyisobutylene (PIB) by Wagner .
In addition a section is included on film thickness control systems. Chapter 3 covers many aspects of the blown film process. The subjects addressed include deformation and heat transfer, kinematics and dynamics and their influence on film properties, and an experimental evaluation technique to quantify the instability in blown film. The last section in this chapter deals with optical property development and evaluation in production. Chapter 4 relates to cast film processing and includes a theoretical analysis of the cast film process that relates process kinematics, rheology, and dynamics.
12) \dz) y When Eq. 3) and with the aid of the boundary condition V2(HJI) = 0, Eq. i4) The flow is symmetric and the volumetric flow rate in the z-direction is given by the following equation: rH/2 Q = IW vzdy Jo Inserting Eq. 13) into Eq. 15) Q=(^)WHvo (2-1-16) where The maximum shear stress TW at the wall of the parallel plate is obtained by use of Eq. 13) is differentiated by z and reduces V0 with the aid of Eq. 19) The pressure drop AP for the parallel plate of length L is obtained by inserting Eqs.
Film processing by Toshitaka Kanai, Gregory A. Campbell