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复合材料英文经典著作(二十六)|《木塑复合材料》
来源:武汉理工王继辉教授课题组  2017-07-25 10:02:44
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原文:http://www.chinacompositesexpo.com/cn/news.php?show=detail&c_id=288&news_id=5141       作者:Kristiina Oksman Niska 与 Mohini Sain
       出版社:Woodhead Publishing,2008


 

       内容简介:

       木塑复合材料(WPC)是一类通过树脂单体浸润木材,然后单体在木材中聚合的特殊性能材料。在过去的十年里,WPC已成为一种先进的材料,在建筑、装饰和家具领域具有良好的应用前景。在欧洲和亚洲,WPC在汽车领域的市场份额也在增长。虽然WPC在欧洲有着悠久的历史, 但真正的商业化应用始于二十世纪九十年代初。二十世纪九十年代中期北美的中小型企业 (SMEs)进行了制造业创新活动, 为建筑业提供了完善的商业化装饰产品。此后,其他许多的创新产品也在美国和加拿大得到商业化应用。目前市场的主要趋势是扩大建筑领域产品的应用范围,提高其机械性能和耐久性能。近年来WPC产品正逐步渗透到欧洲的汽车、家具和建筑产品市场。

       WPC研究与开发前沿的国际会议和研讨会在过去五年内以三到四倍的速度增加。其技术进步主要源于装备设计、工艺配方以及产品设计。
       对WPC领域新认知需求与对原有认知完善的迫切性是撰写本书的源动力,本书分15章,涉及WPC使用的原材料、技术和产品的基本发展和未来趋势、技术挑战、标准化和市场机会。
       书中的每一章均由WPC领域具有丰富经验的作者撰写而成。可以确信本书将成为工业界和学术界WPC读者的实用手册,使读者获得WPC 的最新资讯、技术和产品。本书的两位编辑在欧洲和北美WPC领域颇具威望,本书也是一本非常有用的教科书。
       WPC具有重量轻、强度高、耐久性好的特点,在建筑、装饰和家具领域应用前景广泛。本书侧重阐述了木塑复合材料的制备、性能评价、改性方法及应用。

       ●全面概述了WPC的最新进展,
       ●评述了WPC制备的关键要素,包括原材料和工艺技术,
       ●讨论WPC的耐久性、蠕变性能和加工性能等特性。

       作者简介:

       Kristiina Oksman Niska是瑞典吕勒奥理工大学木塑与纳米生物复合材料制造与设计部门的教授。Mohini Sain是加拿大多伦多大学林学院教授。两人均为国际木塑复合材料研究的知名学者。

       目录
       1 Raw materials for wood-polymer composites
        C C L E M O N S , USDA Forest Service, USA
        1.1 Introduction
        1.2 Polymers: structure and properties
        1.3 Wood: structure and properties
        1.4 Sources of further information and advice
        1.5 References and further reading

       2 Additives for wood±polymer composites
       D V S A T O V , Canada Colors and Chemicals Limited, Canada
       2.1 Introduction
       2.2 Lubricants and rheology control additives for thermoplastic composites
       2.3 Coupling agents
       2.4 Stabilizers
       2.5 Fillers
       2.6 Density reduction additives
       2.7 Biocides
       2.8 Product aesthetics additives
       2.9 Flame retardants and smoke suppressants
       2.10 Future trends
       2.11 Conclusion

       3 Interactions between wood and synthetic polymers
       K O K S M A N N I S K A , LuleaÊ University of Technology, Sweden and A R S A N A D I , University of Copenhagen, Denmark
       3.1 Introduction
       3.2 The interface and interphase in composites
       3.3 Wetting, adhesion and dispersion
       3.4 Techniques to evaluate interfacial interactions and adhesion
       3.5 Improving interface interactions in wood-polymer composites
       3.6 Interphase effects on other properties
       3.7 Conclusions
       3.8 References and further reading

       4 Manufacturing technologies for wood-polymercomposites
       D S C H W E N D E M A N N , Coperion Werner & PfleidererGmb H & Co. KG, Germany
       4.1 Introduction
       4.2 Raw material handling
       4.3 Compounding technologies
       4.4 Pelletising systems
       4.5 Profile extrusion
       4.6 Injection moulding
       4.7 Sheet extrusion
       4.8 Future trends
       4.9 References

       5 Mechanical properties of wood-polymer composites
       M S A I N and M P E R V A I Z , University of Toronto, Canada
       5.1 Introduction
       5.2 Mechanical performance of wood-polymer composites
       5.3 General mechanical properties of wood-polymer composites and test methods
       5.4 Critical parameters affecting mechanical properties of wood-polymer composites
       5.5 Conclusions
       5.6 References

       6 Micromechanical modelling of wood-polymer composites
       R C N E A G U , Ecole Polytechnique FeÂdeÂrale de Lausanne (EPFL),Switzerland and E K G A M S T E D T , Kungliga Tekniska HoÈ gskolan(KTH), Sweden
       6.1 Introduction
       6.2 Elastic properties
       6.3 Hygroexpansion
       6.4 Strength
       6.5 Conclusions
       6.6 References

       7 Outdoor durability of wood-polymer composites
       N M S T A R K , USDA Forest Service, USA and D J G A R D N E R ,University of Maine, USA
       7.1 Introduction
       7.2 Characteristics of raw materials
       7.3 Changes in composite properties with exposure
       7.4 Methods for protection
       7.5 Future trends
       7.6 Sources of further information and advice
       7.7 References and further reading

        8 Creep behavior and damage of wood-polymer composites
        N E M A R C O V I C H and M I A R A N G U R E N , UniversidadNacional de Mar del Planta, Argentina
        8.1 Introduction
        8.2 Viscoelasticity and creep
        8.3 Creep in wood-plastic composites
        8.4 Creep failure and material damage
        8.5 Conclusions and future trends
        8.6 References

        9 Processing performance of extruded wood-polymer composites
        K E N G L U N D and M W O L C O T T , Washington State University, USA
        9.1 Introduction
        9.2 Current extrusion processing methods for natural fiber-thermoplastic composites
        9.3 Rheology of a wood fiber-filled thermoplastic
        9.4 Commercial wood-polymer composites
        9.5 References

        10 Oriented wood-polymer composites and related materials
         F W M A I N E , Frank Maine Consulting Ltd., Canada
        10.1 Introduction
        10.2 Orientation of polymers
        10.3 Applications
        10.4 Current developments
        10.5 Future trends
        10.6 References

        11 Wood-polymer composite foams
         G G U O , University of Southern California, USA, G M R I Z V I ,University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada andC B P A R K , University of Toronto, Canada
        11.1 Introduction
        11.2 Structure and characterization of wood-polymer composite foams
        11.3 Critical issues in production of wood-polymer composite foams
        11.4 Fundamental mechanisms in blowing agent-based foaming of Wood-polymer composites
        11.5 Foaming of wood-polymer composites with chemical blowing agents
        11.6 Foaming of wood-polymer composites with physical blowing agents
        11.7 Foaming of wood-polymer composites with heat expandable microspheres
        11.8 Void formation in wood-polymer composites using stretching technology
        11.9 Effects of additives on wood-polymer composite foams
        11.10 Summary and future trends
        11.11 References

        12 Performance measurement and constructionapplications of wood-polymer composites
         R J T I C H Y , Washington State University, USA
        12.1 Introduction
        12.2 Performance measures and building codes
        12.3 Wood-polymer composite properties
        12.4 Building construction applications
        12.5 Conclusions
        12.6 References

        13 Life-cycle assessment (LCA) of wood-polymercomposites: a case study
         T T H A M A E and C B A I L L I E , Queens University, Canada
        13.1 Introduction: comparing wood-polymer and glass-fiber reinforced polypropylene car door panels
        13.2 The life-cycle assessment process
        13.3 Goal and scope definition
        13.4 Inventory
        13.5 Impact assessment
13.6 Interpretation
13.7 The possible effect of European Union legislation on end-of-life vehicles
13.8 Conclusions
13.9 Acknowledgements
13.10 References

14 Market and future trends for wood-polymercomposites in Europe: the example of Germany
M C A R U S and C G A H L E , nova-Institut, Germany andH K O R T E , Innovationsberatung Holz & Fasern, Germany
14.1 Introduction
14.2 The development of the European market: the example of Germany
14.3 The most significant wood-polymer composite products in the European market
14.4 Future trends: markets
14.5 Future trends: processing and materials
14.6 Conclusions
14.7 Wood-polymer composite codes, standards, research and manufacturing in Europe
14.8 The nova-Institut and Innovationsberatung Holz und Fasern
14.9 Examples of wood-polymer composite products
14.10 References

15 Improving wood-polymer composite products:a case study
A A K L Y O S O V , MIR International Inc., USA
15.1 Introduction: wood-polymer composite decking
15.2 Brands and manufacturers
15.3 Improving the performance of wood-polymer composite decking
15.4 Conclusions
15.5 References
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