By Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff
This quantity covers complicated polymer processing operations and is designed to supply an outline of a few of the most recent advancements for designated items and fabrication equipment. participants for this quantity are from either and academia from the foreign group. This publication includes 9 chapters protecting complicated processing purposes and applied sciences.
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Advanced Polymer Processing Operations by Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff