Energy Conservation in Textile and Polymer Processing by Tyrone L. Vigo and Louis J. Nowacki (Eds.)

By Tyrone L. Vigo and Louis J. Nowacki (Eds.)

content material: growth and clients for strength conservation in plastics processing / Rudolph D. Deanin --
strategies in strength rate reductions in plastics processing / Nick R. Schott and Howard Derby --
power potency in plasticating screw extrusion / C.I. Chung, E.M. Mount, III, and D.E. McClelland --
power conservation via silicone liquid polymer processing method / J.L. Elias, M.T. Maxson, and C.L. Lee --
Microwave curing of silicone elastomers and foams for power reductions / C.L. Lee --
the significance of curing stipulations in total power requisites for natural coatings / V.D. McGinniss, L.J. Nowacki, and S.V. Nablo --
Electron-curable coatings and adhesives : formula fundamentals and alertness know-how / J.P. Guarino and E.P. Tripp --
Optimization of healing stipulations in the course of processing of acrylic latex coatings / Chor Huang and Edward J. Leeson --
New strength saving reactive acrylic liquid polymers for the strain delicate adhesives / Y.-S. Lee --
power conservation in cotton ginning / Roy V. Baker and Oliver L. McCaskill --
Sizing and desizing textiles with degraded starch and ultrasonic options to preserve power / G.M. Elgal, G.F. Ruppenicker, Jr., and N.B. Knoepfler --
power and similar mark downs from managed low rainy pick-up program of fabric chemical substances and dyes through semistable foams / George M. Bryant --
The usage of foams within the rainy processing of textiles / R.S. Gregorian, R.A. Bafford, and C.G. Namboodri --
Low power curing pigment padding and printing : use of a hugely energetic catalyst approach / D.V. Parikh --
Radiation-curable, a hundred% reactive pigment prints : the impression of paste rheology on print caliber / L.H. Wadhwa and W.K. Walsh --
Dyebath and auxiliary bathtub reuse for power and mass conservation / F.L. cook dinner and W.C. Tincher --
power intake and conservation : fabric drying / David Brookstein --
potent use of textiles for strength conservation / Tyrone L. Vigo and Charles B. Hassenboehler, Jr.

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The coil coaters might more readily change to alternative methods for curing coatings than are open to other segments of the metals finishing industry. For example, coil coaters might change to induction heating or radiation curing (either infrared or electron beam) both of which use electricity as the energy source. The application of these methods to preformed metal objects, on the other hand, would be very difficult if not impossible because of the shapes of the objects. (4) T h i s paper examines the p o t e n t i a l f o r energy savings o f f e r e d to c o i l coaters by using e l e c t r o n c u r t a i n f o r c u r i n g i n s t e a d o f n a t u r a l gas.

A c t u a l energy c a l c u l a t i o n s are based on a p i l o t s c a l e v e r t i c a l oven which i s s i x f e e t i n l e n g t h . The maximum footage produced i n t h i s system was 50 f e e t per minute using the l i q u i d s i l i c o n e conductive core m a t e r i a l . Prod u c t i o n runs exceed t h i s f i g u r e by a l a r g e percentage. 3. The diameter o f the uncoated core i s 75 m i l s and the t h i c k n e s s o f the c o a t i n g i s 5 m i l s . A c t u a l energy (KWH) used i n the manufacture o f one m i l l i o n f e e t o f conductive core are shown i n Table IV.

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