Devolatilization- and surface renewal study with a LIST co-rotating processor

In the devolatilization step of polymn. processes, extruders are widely used for surface renewal. The LIST co-rotating processor (CRP) studied in the present paper, shows high performance for devolatilization processes. A sepn. model is correlated with exptl. data in the diffusion limited regime (where no foaming occurs). The effective viscosity range is 1000-6000 Pas, taking into account the influence of the shear rate. The model is applied with success to other types of kneading machines. [on SciFinder (R)]

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Product engineering and chemical engineering now , 215-222
CAN 136:86725 38-2 Plastics Fabrication and Uses Laboratory of chemical reaction engineering,Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,Lausanne,Switz. Journal 1166-7478 written in English. 541-02-6 (Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane); 31900-57-9D (Dimethylsilanediol homopolymer); 42557-10-8 (Dimethylsilanediol homopolymer, sru, trimethylsilyl-terminated) Role: PEP (Physical, engineering or chemical process), PYP (Physical process), PROC (Process) (devolatilization and surface renewal study with a LIST co-rotating processor)

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