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Key Engineering Materials, Volume 1
Current State-of-the-Art on Novel Materials

ISBN 9781774633007
Published March 31, 2021 by Apple Academic Press
584 Pages 238 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

With coverage of a broad range of key engineering materials, this book provides a single, comprehensive book summarizing all aspects involved in the functional materials production chain. It introduces state-of-the-art technology in key engineering materials, emphasizing the rapidly growing technologies. It takes a unique approach by presenting specific materials, then progresses into a discussion of the ways in which these novel materials and processes are integrated into today's functioning manufacturing industry.

The book follows a more quantitative and design-oriented approach than other texts in the market, helping readers gain a better understanding of important concepts. They’ll also discover how material properties relate to the process variables in a given process as well as how to perform quantitative engineering analysis of manufacturing processes.

Table of Contents

Preparation and Properties of Animal Protein Hydrolysates for Optimal Adhesive Compositions, Peter Jurkovic, Ján Matyšovský, Peter Duchovic, and Igor Novák
Collagen Modified Hardener for Melamine-Formaldehyde Adhesive for Increasing Water-Resistance of Plywood, Ján Matyšovský, Peter Jurkovic, Pavol Duchovic, and Igor Novák
Possibilities of Application of Collagen Coloid from Secondary Raw Materials as Modifier of Polycondensation Adhesives, Jan Matyasovsky, Peter Jurkovic, Peter Duchovic, Pavol Duchovic, Jan Sedliacik, and Igor Novák
Reuse of Industrial Wastes as Construction Key Material, A. K. Haghi and M. C. Bignozzi
A New Generation of Composite Solid Propellants, Maysam Masoodi and Mohamad Ali Dehnavi
Key Elements on Surface Properties of Polyimide Copolymers, Igor Novák, Peter Jurkovic, Jan Matyašovský, Petr Sysel, Milena Špirková, and Ladislav Šoltes
A CFD Model for Polymer Fuel Cell, Mirkazem Yekani ,Meysam Masoodi, Nima Ahmadi, Mohamad Sadeghi Azad, and Khodadad Vahedi
Polyhydroxybutyrate–Chitosan Mixed Compositions Under External Influences Changes In the Structural Parameters and Molecular Dynamics, S. G. Karpova, A. L. Iordanskii, , A. A. Popov, S. M. Lomakin, and N. G. Shilkina
Key Concepts on Transforming Magnetic Photocatalyst to Magnetic Dye-Adsorbent Catalyst, Satyajit Shukla
New Types of Ethylene Copolymers on the Base Nanocomposite, Igor Novák, Peter Jurkovic, Ján Matyašovský, and Ladislav Šoltés
Hyperbranched Polymers: A Promising New Class of Key Engineering Materials, Ramin Mahmoodi, Tahereh Dodel, Tahereh Moieni, and Mahdi Hasanzadeh
Current Status and Biomedical Application Spectrum of Poly(3- Hydroxybutyrate as a Bacterial Biodegradable Polymer, A. L. Iordanskii, G. A. Bonartseva, Yu. N. Pankova, S. Z Rogovina, K. Z. Gumargalieva, G. E. Zaikov, and A. A. Berlin
Key Concepts on Growth and Characterization of Metal Nano-Sized Branched Structures, Guoqiang Xie, Minghui Song, Kazuo Furuya, and Akihisa Inoue
Preparation, Characterization and Applications of Magnesium Stearate, Cobalt Stearate and Copper Stearate, Mehmet Gönen, Theresa O. Egbuchunam, Devrim Balköse, Fikret Inal, and Semra Ülkü
Control of the Particle Size and Purity of Nano Zinc Oxide, Filiz Ozmihçi Omurlu and Devrim Balkose
Water Sorption of Polyvinyl Chloride–Luffa Cylindrica Composites, Hasan Demir and Devrim Balköse
Key Engineering Properties of Nanofiller Particles, A. K.Haghi and G. E.Zaikov
Nanoparticles In Polymeric Nanocomposites, A. K.Haghi and G. E.Zaikov
Biodegradation Mechanism of Some Polymers, Elena L. Pekhtasheva and Gennady E. Zaikov
The Sources of Biodamages, Elena L. Pekhtasheva and Gennady E. Zaikov
Elastomeric Nanocomposites. Aggregation Model, G. V. Kozlov, Yu. G. Yanovskii, and G. E. Zaikov
Nanofiller In Elastomeric Matrix. Structure and Properties, Yu. G. Yanovskii, G. V. Kozlov, and G. E. Zaikov
Hydrodynamics of Gas-Liquid-Solid Fluidized Bed Reactor, A. K. Haghi and G. E. Zaikov
Rubber Technology Compounding and Testing for Performance
The Butyl Rubber Compounds. Adhesive Properties, Maria Rajkiewicz, Marcin Slaczka, and Jakub Czakaj
Rubber Technology Compounding and Testing for Performance
¿omposites on the Base of Polypropylene and Ethylene-Octene Rubber, Maria Rajkiewicz, Marcin Slaczka , and Jakub Czakaj
Antifungal Activity of Aminated Chitosan Against Three Different Fungi Species, T. M. Tamer, M. M. Sabet, E. A. Soliman, A. I. Hashem, and M. S. Mohy Eldin
Biodegradable Binary and Ternary Blends, S. Z. Rogovina, K. V. Aleksanyan, S. M. Lomakin, and E. V. Prut
Structure and Relaxation Properties of Elastomers, N. M. Livanova and S. G. Karpova
A Study on Carbon Nanotubes Structure In Polymer Nanocomposites, Z. M. Zhirikova, V. Z. Aloev, G. V. Kozlov, and G. E. Zaikov
Key Elements on Synthesis, Structure, Physicochemical Properties and Application of Polyacetylene, V. A. Babkin and G.E . Zaikov
Immune-System: Components and Disorders, Anamika Singh and Rajeev Singh
Progress in Pore Structure Analysis of Porous Membranes, Bentolhoda Hadavi Moghadam and Mahdi Hasanzadeh

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Devrim Balköse, PhD, graduated from Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey) Chemical Engineering Department in 1969. She received her MS and PhD degrees from Ege University, İzmir, Turkey, in 1974 and 1977 respectively. She became Associate Professor in macromolecular chemistry in 1983 and Professor in process and reactor engineering in 1990. She worked as research assistant, assistant professor, associate professor, and professor between 1970-2000 at Ege University. She was the Head of Chemical Engineering Department at İzmir Institute of Technology, İzmir, Turkey, between 2000-2009. She is now a faculty member in the same department. Her research interests are in polymer reaction engineering, polymer foams and films, adsorbent development, and moisture sorption. Her research projects are on nanosized zinc borate production, ZnO polymer composites, zinc borate lubricants, antistatic additives, and metal soaps.

Daniel Horak, PhD, graduated from the Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague, Czech Republic, where he received MSc degree in macromolecular chemistry. His PhD degree in chemistry was obtained from the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic , where he is employed as the Head of the Department of Polymer Particles. He was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa in Canada with Professor Frechet in 1983-84, winner of the scholarship from the Japanese Society for Promotion of Science, at the Technological University of Nagaoka with Professor Imai in Japan in 1987-88, visiting scientist at the Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, with Professor Frechet in 1993-94. He also served as a visiting scientist at the University of Montreal in Canada in 2001. His research activity includes magnetic nano- and microspheres, polymer particles by heterogeneous polymerization techniques including emulsion, suspension, and dispersion polymerization; properties of the particles, their chemical modifications and applications in medicine, biochemistry, and biotechnology; immobilization of enzymes and antibodies; hydrogels, sorbents and ion exchangers; and advanced separation media. He is member of the International Polymer Colloid Group, organizer and chairman of the Polymer Colloid Symposium in Prague 2008 and 2014, editorial board member of Journal of Colloid Science and Biotechnology, and supervisor of PhD students. He has published more than 150 original scientific papers, 7 book chapters (Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia, Strategies in Size Exclusion Chromatography, Citus Books), 10 reviews, many lectures and communications at international symposia, and 7 patents. He has published in Biomaterials, Bioconjugate Chemistry, Journal of Polymer Science, Polymer Chemistry Edition, Polymer, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Chemistry of Materials, among others.

Ladislav Šoltés, PhD, was born in 1950 in Czechoslovakia. His expertise encompasses macromolecular and analytical chemistry. He has been employed for over 30 years at academic research institutes in Bratislava , Slovakia. His research related to the polysaccharides, which started over two decades ago, resulted in patenting a novel approach "clathrate complexes formed by hyaluronic acid derivatives and use thereof as pharmaceuticals". His current research interests are focused on the studies of hyaluronan oxidative damage and the regulation of this process. Dr. Šoltés is the only distinguished representative of Slovakia in the International Society for Hyaluronan Sciences, USA. In 2007 he was named Scientist of the Year of the Slovak Republic.