This new research book explores and discusses a range of topics on the physical and mechanical properties of chemical engineering materials. Chapters from prominent researchers in the fields of physics, chemistry, and engineering science present new research on composite materials, blends, carbon nanotubes, and nanocomposites along with their applications in technology. Discussing the processing, morphology, structure, properties, performance, and applications, the book highlights the diverse and multidisciplinary nature of the field.
Table of Contents
Preface. Investigation on Highly Filled Composite Materials with Regulated Physical and Mechanical Properties Based on Synthetic Polymers and Organic and Inorganic Fillers. Predication of Photoelectrochemical Properties of Selected Molecules by Their Structure. Investigation on Performance of Turbocharged Spark Ignition Engine Equipped with Anti-Surge Valve and Bypass Flow Control Mechanism at Various Working Conditions. The Dependence of Some Thermodynamic Characteristics upon Initial Spatial-Energy Parameters of Free Atoms. Fire Retardant Coatings Based on Perchlorovinyl Resin with Improved Adhesive Properties to Protect Fiberglass Plastics. Modification of Peculiarities of Microcrystalline Cellulose (Mcc) and Its Oxidized Form (Dialdehyde Cellulose Daс) Guanidine-Containing Monomers and Polymers of Vinyl and Diallyl Series. Research Progress on Carbon Nanotube–Polymer Composites. Cnt/Polymer Composites from Chemistry, Mechanics and Physics Aspects. Trends in Nanochemistry for Metal/Carbon Nanocomposites. A Research Note on Production Technology of Carbon-Metal Containing Nanoproducts in Nanoreactors of Polymeric Matrixes. Redox Processes in Polymeric Matrixes Nanoreactors: A Research Note. Conditions for Carbon Black Accumulation at the Interface in Heterogeneous Binary Polymer Blends. Performance Analysis of Multilayer Insulations in Cryogenic Applications. The Effect Particle Size of Microheterogenous Catalyst TiCI4−Al(Iso-C4H9)3 on the Basic Patterns of Isoprene Polymerization. Internal Structure and the Equilibrium Configuration (Shape) of Separate Non-Interacting Nanoparticles by the Molecular Mechanics and Dynamics Methods. Trends in Membrane Filtration Technology: Theory and Application. Index.
Professor Maria Rajkiewicz is head of the Division of the Institute for Engineering of Polymer Materials and Dyes, in Warsaw, Poland. She is a well-known specialist in the field of synthesis, investigation of properties, and applications of low molecular compounds, oligomers, polymers, composites, and nanocomposites. She is a contributor or co-contributor to several monographs and the author of about 100 original papers.