Injection Molding Machines. A User's Guide

MoDiP Library reference book
MoDiP Library reference book
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MoDiPL : 0150
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1982

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Johannaber, F. (1983) Injection Molding Machines: A Users Guide. Cincinnati: Hanser Publishers. This book covers the following: 1. General Design and Function - 2. Characterization of the Injection Molding Process - 2.1 Pressure - 2.1.1 Hydraulic Pressure on the Injection Side - 2.1.2 Cavity Pressure - 2.1.2.1 Switch-over from Injection to Holding Pressure - 2.1.3 Holding Pressure - 2.2 Temperature - 2.2.1 Temperature of the Hydraulic Oil - 2.2.2 Melt Temperature - 2.2.3 Mold Temperature - 2.3 Velocity - 2.4 Effect of Molding Technique on Properties - 2.4.1 Dimensional Stability - 2.4.2 Mechanical and Physical Properties - 2.4.2.1 Molecular Orientation - 2.4.2.2 Residual Stresses - 2.4.3 Crystallinity and Structure - 3. The Injection Unit - 3.1 Injection Pressure - 3.2 Carriage Guide for the Injection Unit - 3.3 Rotary Screw Drive Systems - 3.3.1 Electromotive Screw Drive - 3.3.2 Hydraulic Screw Drive - 3.3.3 Torque - 3.3.4 Speed - 3.4 Screw - 3.4.1 Standard Screws for Thermoplastics - 3.4.2 Special Screws for Thermoplastics - 3.4.3 Screws for Rigid PVC - 3.4.4 Screws for Vented Barrels - 3.4.5 Screws for Thermosets - 3.4.6 Screws for Elastomers - 3.4.7 Wear Protection for Components of Plastication - 3.4.8 Screw Tips - 3.4.9 Non-return Valves - 3.5 The Barrel - 3.6 The Nozzle - 3.6.1 The Open Nozzle - 3.6.2 The Shut-off Nozzle - 3.6.3 Accessories - 4. The Clamping Unit - 4.1 Mechanical Clamping Systems - 4.1.1 Clamping Sequence - 4.1.2 Clamping Force of Toggle Machines - 4.1.3 Opening Force - 4.2 Hydraulic Clamping Systems - 4.3 Combined Clamping Systems - 4.4 Accessories for the Clamping Unit - 5. The Drive Unit - 6. The Hydraulic System - 6.1 Fixed-Displacement Pumps - 6.2 Variable Displacement Pumps - 6.3 Accumulators - 6.4 Efficiency of the Hydraulic Drive - 6.5 Hydraulic Controls - 6.5.1 Flow Control Valves - 6.5.2 Pressure Control Valves - 6.5.3 Digital Control Elements - 6.6 Monitoring Devices in the Hydraulic System - 6.7 Noise Generation in the Hydraulic System - 7. The Control System - 7.1 Process Control Methods - 7.2 Open and Closed-Loop Control - 7.3 Temperature Control - 7.3.1 Controlling Barrel Temperature - 7.3.2 Temperature Control Circuits - 7.3.3 Equalizing the Melt Temperature - 7.4 The Control Unit - 7.4.1 Cycle Control with Electric or Electronic Timing and Manual Control of Pressure and Flow Control Valves - 7.4.2 Control System with Central Control Setting - 7.4.2.1 Central Control with Digital Flow and Pressure Control Valves - 7.4.2.2 Central Control with Additional Control Circuits - 7.5 Microprocessor Control Units - 7.5.1 Data Processing - 7.5.1.1 The Address - 7.5.1.2 Instructions - 7.5.2 Structure of Microcomputers - 7.5.3 Making Use of the Microcomputer - 7.6 Application of Computers in Injection Molding - 7.6.1 Computer Data Processing - 7.6.2 Computerized Optimization - 7.7 Control and Monitoring Systems - 8. Special Types of Injection Molding Machines - 8.1 Machines for Off-Center Molding - 8.2 Multicolor Injection Molding Machines - 8.2.1 Horizontal Design - 8.2.2 Vertical Design - 8.3 Plunger-Type Injection Molding Machines - 8.4 Two-Stage Plunger - 8.5 Two-Stage Screw-Plunger Machines - 8.6 Multistation Rotary Machines - 8.7 Special Types without Commercial Significance - 9. Machine Sizes and Performance Data - 9.1 Sizes - 9.2 Performance Data - 9.2.1 Performance Data of the Injection Unit - 9.2.2 Performance Data of the Clamping Unit - 9.2.3 General Performance Data - 10. Safety - 11. Plastic Material for Injection Molding - 12. Accessories - 12.1 Injection Molds - 12.2 Auxiliary Equipment for Automation - 12.3 Heat Exchanges - 13. References - 14. Appendix - 14.1 SI-Units - 14.2 Conversion Tables for Temperature and Pressure - 14.3 Abbreviations - 15. List of Machine Manufacturers - 16. Index - Industry’s Product Information
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