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Developments in Reinforced Plastics-5 - Processing and Fabrication (Hardcover, 1986 ed.) Loot Price: R2,623
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Developments in Reinforced Plastics-5 - Processing and Fabrication (Hardcover, 1986 ed.): G. Pritchard
Developments in Reinforced Plastics-5 - Processing and Fabrication (Hardcover, 1986 ed.): G. Pritchard

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Developments in Reinforced Plastics-5 - Processing and Fabrication (Hardcover, 1986 ed.)

G. Pritchard

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Any series with a title beginning Developments in. . . is obviously intended to report innovatory and novel ideas. The trouble with innovatory thinking is that it often seems too esoteric for practical people to bother with. Certainly, this book is not meant primarily to be a quick-reference manual for fabricators. Its purpose is rather to signal the kind of developments which almost certainly will impinge on the world of reinforced plastics in, say, four or five years' time. In this particular volume most of the authors have directly or indirectly addressed the practical problems of processing and fabrica- tion with reinforced plastics. There has been no attempt to review the current state-of-the-art of producing fabricated articles in reinforced plastics by such techniques as filament winding or pultrusion because these subjects have already been well covered elsewhere. Nor have I even tried to provide a comprehensive survey of all that could be called new in this field. Instead, I have simply taken a number of important and somewhat underestimated topics, generally material- orientated rather than machine-centred, and asked leading figures to summarise the scene. At the risk of appearing arbitrary let us consider the first chapter by Cattanach and Cogswell. They tell us how a new material has been produced which not only adds to the range of composites available, it makes possible new fabrication processes (at least, new to FRP). Consequently it should result ultimately in many new markets and products. The opportunities are lucidly and imagina- tively set out.

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Imprint: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of origin: Netherlands
Release date: April 1986
First published: 1986
Editors: G. Pritchard
Dimensions: 230 x 150mm (L x W)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 274
Edition: 1986 ed.
ISBN-13: 978-0-85334-400-1
Barcode: 9780853344001
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Books > Professional & Technical > Industrial chemistry & manufacturing technologies > Industrial chemistry > Plastics & polymers technology
LSN: 0-85334-400-0

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