Plastics Fabrication by Ultraviolet, Infrared, Induction, Dielectric and Microwave Radiation Methods.
State-of-the-Art rept. 1960-1971,
PLASTICS TECHNICAL EVALUATION CENTER DOVER N J
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The actual and possible uses of essentially non-ionizing radiation in the fabrication of plastics are surveyed. Ultraviolet, infrared, induction, dielectric and microwave heating are explored. Included are discussions of those methods which have reached industrial acceptance, and those techniques which have reasonably well- defined commercial potential. Details are given on plastic products fabrication and general process economics. Advantages and disadvantages are delineated. These topics are supplemented by limited discussion on the theory and the physics of the various radiations. Author-PL
- Laminates and Composite Materials