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by Jozef Bicerano

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ISBN:
0824797817
Author:
Jozef Bicerano
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Marcel Dekker Inc; 2nd Rev edition (August 1996)
Pages:
528 pages
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This reference describes a breakthrough in the methodology of predicting polymer properties through quantitative structure-property relationships.

This reference describes a breakthrough in the methodology of predicting polymer properties through quantitative structure-property relationships. by. Jozef Bicerano (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. ISBN-13: 978-0824797812.

Highlighting a broad range multiscale modeling and methods for anticipating the morphologies and the properties of interfaces and multiphase materials, this reference covers the methodology of predicting polymer properties and its potential application to a wider variety of polymer types than previously thought possible.

Prediction of Polymer Properties. CRC Press Published August 1, 2002 Reference - 784 Pages ISBN 9780824708214 - CAT DK2005 Series: Plastics Engineering. Polym Int, 54, 2005. Polymer International.

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This reference describes a breakthrough in the methodology of predicting polymer properties through quantitative structure-property relationships, and demonstrates how this methodology can be applied to a much wider variety of polymer types than was previously possible. Author: Jozef Bicerano.

The prediction of polymer crystallization behavior at a reasonable semiquantitative level of accuracy is important in assessing processability and performance. Introduction Nanocomposite Morphology, Thermodynamics, and Phase Behavior Nanocomposite Rheology and Dynamics Prediction of Nanocomposite Properties Conclusions Acknowledgment Nomenclature References. Model for the Viscosity of Particle Dispersions.

This reference describes a breakthrough in the methodology of predicting polymer properties through quantitative structure-property relationships, and demonstrates how this methodology can be applied to a much wider variety of polymer types than was previously possible. This second edition examines the key material properties of polymers, provides more detailed background information and discussion of each topic, furnishes methods for predicting the physical properties of polymers, and more.