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Journal of Plastics Technology 2019/05

Achieving homogeneous properties for thin-walled components through dynamic temperature control

Achieving homogeneous properties for thin-walled components through dynamic temperature control

During injection molding of semi-crystalline thermoplastics, an influence by means of the mold temperature and thus on the cooling behavior of the plastic melt can have a significant effect on the resulting component properties. Within the scope of the present investigations, the influence of the mold temperature on the formation of internal and mechanical properties over the flow path length is investigated with the aim to produce components with homogeneous properties over the entire component geometry. The results show that an increase in the mold temperature leads to a significant homogenization of the component properties over both the component cross-section and the flow path length especially by improving crystalline and mechanical properties far from gate.

Dr.-Ing. Christopher Fischer1; Dr.-Ing. Benoit Merle2; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Drummer1
1 Institute of Polymer Technology (LKT), Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuernberg
2 Materials Science & Engineering, Institute I, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuernberg

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