Fluoropolymers applications in chemical processing industries [electronic resource] : the definitive user's guide and databook / Sina Ebnesajjad, Pradip R. Khaladkar.

Ebnesajjad, Sina [Browse]
Norwich, NY : William Andrew Pub., c2005.
1 online resource (593 p.)


Related name
PDL handbook series. [More in this series]
Summary note
This is a self-contained collection of data and information on applications of fluoropolymers components for corrosion control in chemical processing industries. Due to their superior properties, fluoropolymers have been rapidly replacing metal alloys for preserving the purity of processing streams in the chemical processing, plastics, food, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, and pulp and paper industries.
Description based upon print version of record.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language note
  • Front Cover; Fluoropolymers Applications in Chemical Processing Industries; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Introduction to Fluoropolymers; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 What are Fluoropolymers?; 1.3 Fundamental Properties of Fluoropolymers; 1.4 Developmental History of Fluoropolymers; 1.5 Examples of Uses of Fluoropolymers; References; Chapter 2. Materials of Construction; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Historical Background; 2.3 Definition of Polymer-based Materials; 2.4 Comparison Between Polymer-based Materials and Metals; 2.5 Applications of Polymer-based Materials for Corrosion Control
  • ReferencesChapter 3. Properties of Neat (Unfilled) and Filled Fluoropolymers; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Influence of Processing on Fluouoplastics; 3.3 Chemical Compatibility of Fluoropolymers; 3.4 Properties and Characteristics of PTFE; 3.5 Environmental Stress Cracking; 3.6 Permeation Fundamentals; 3.7 Properties and Characteristics of Melt-processible Fluoroplastics; References; Chapter 4. Selecting Fluoropolymers for Corrosion Control; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Economics of Selecting Fluoropolymers; 4.3 Preparing to Determine Compatibility; 4.4 Current Technology for Determining Compatibility
  • Chapter 5. Manufacturing of Parts from Polytetrafluoroethylene Polymers5.1 Granular Resin Processing; 5.2 Fine Powder Resin Processing; 5.3 Fluoropolymer Dispersion Processing; References; Chapter 6. Manufacturing Parts from Melt-processible Fluoropolymers; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Materials of Construction; 6.3 Rheology of Fluoropolymer Melts; 6.4 Thermal Stability of Fluoropolymers; 6.5 Melt Extrusion; 6.6 Fluoropolymer Tube Extrusion; 6.7 Fluoropolymer Film Extrusion; 6.8 Injection Molding; 6.9 Rotational Molding; 6.10 Other Part Manufacturing Techniques; 6.11 Vacuum Bagging; References
  • Chapter 7. Fabrication Techniques for Fluoropolymers7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Machining; 7.3 Adhesive Bonding Methods; 7.4 Welding and Joining; 7.5 Heat Bonding; 7.6 Thermoforming; 7.7 Other Processes; References; Chapter 8. Design and Construction of Linings and Vessels; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Lining of Vessels; 8.3 Lining of Pipes and Fittings; 8.4 Lined Valves; 8.5 Lined Hoses; 8.6 Lined Expansion Joints; 8.7 Lining or Coating of Internals; 8.8 Design and Fabrication of Vessels for Lining; 8.9 Shop Versus Field Fabrication; References; Chapter 9. Operations and Maintenance; 9.1 Operations
  • 9.2 Maintenance9.3 Repairs; Chapter 10. Failure Analysis; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 Part Failure; 10.3 Defect Analysis; 10.4 Application of Failure Analysis Methodology; 10.5 Surface Analysis; 10.6 Examples of Failure Analysis; 10.7 Physical Defects Due to Part Fabrication; References; Chapter 11. Modeling and Mechanical Analysis of Fluoropolymer Components; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 Review of Modeling Techniques; 11.3 Currently Available Material Models; 11.4 Failure and Deformation Predictions; 11.5 Examples; 11.6 Summary; References; Chapter 12. Cost Analysis; 12.1 Introduction
  • 12.2 Cost Analysis
  • 9786612253164
  • 0-08-094709-3
  • 0-8155-1729-7
  • 1-59124-847-7
Statement on language in description
Princeton University Library aims to describe library materials in a manner that is respectful to the individuals and communities who create, use, and are represented in the collections we manage. Read more...
Other views
Staff view