thermoplastic resin


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thermoplastic resin

[¦thər·mə¦plas·tik ′rez·ən]
(materials)
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Production Process ([degree] C) method duration (s) Thermal curable resin >260 In-printing or >120 embossing UV curable resin >260 In-printing or >120 embossing Thermoplastic resin <180 Injection >30 molding Okabe el al.
wherein [phi]d and [eta]d, respectively, indicate a volume ratio and a melt viscosity of the elastomer component (B), and [phi]m and [eta]m , respectively, indicate a volume ratio and a melt viscosity of the thermoplastic resin (A), a method for producing the same and a pneumatic tire using the same.
Niino and Nodono developed a fluorescent, filled thermoplastic resin with good light emission by ultraviolet irradiation.
It comprises a permeable core with a thermoplastic resin material reinforced with a web of reinforcing fibers and discontinuous natural fibers.
Products compounded into thermoplastic resin or dry blended by end user.
Key statement: A method for producing a thermoplastic elastomer composition comprising using a twin screw kneader to melt-knead a thermoplastic resin and an elastomer; the twin screw kneader having at least two raw material inlets including a first raw material inlet and a second raw material inlet provided at a position separated by 15D to 38D on a downstream side from the first raw material inlet, where D is a cylinder inside diameter of the twin screw kneader; the elastomer being fed in a divided manner from the first and second raw material inlets; a proportion of the elastomer fed from the second raw material inlet being from 10 to 60 vol.
In the method, when at least the sheet made of thermoplastic resin or a thermoplastic resin composition obtained by blending the thermoplastic resin and the elastomer is cut into the predetermined length, the cutting is performed by using an edge tool having a non-sharp edge under a temperature condition not lower than 60[degrees]C and not higher than a melting point of the thermoplastic resin.
Patent 8,232,349 (July 31, 2012), "Transparent Thermoplastic Resin and Method for Preparing the Same," Jae Keun Hong, Byeong Do Lee, Young Sub Jin, Hwan Seok Park, and Ho Ryong Sun (Cheil Industries Inc., Gumi-si, South Korea).
Key statement: Provided is a thermoplastic resin composition for the inner liner of pneumatic tires, which has low air permeability and a small percent change in air permeability from fatigue.
Hashiba has produced a molded article by mixing a plant material such as kenaf with water and a thermoplastic resin for injection molding.

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