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Journal of Plastics Technology 2017/02

Numerical Simulation of Flow Processes in Extrusion Tools for Partly Cross Linked or Highly Filled Polymer Melts

Numerical Simulation of Flow Processes in Extrusion Tools for Partly Cross Linked or Highly Filled Polymer Melts

The flow behaviour of partly cross linked or highly filled polymer melts will be described with a new heuristic flow law, which takes in to account the pseudo plastic flow behaviour in the regime of low and high shear rates. The CARPOW-formula is a combination of power law and Carreau formula. It maps the flow behaviour of partly cross linked or highly filled polymer melts in process relevant shear rate ranges in extrusion and injection mold tools. The design criteria of extrusion tools should be full filled regarding this flow behaviour. That leads, compared with common design criteria, to new modified design concepts in the case of partly cross linked or highly filled polymer melts. Two praxis relevant examples should demonstrate the procedure in the case of extrusion slit dies.

Dr.-Ing. habil. Kalman Geiger1 , Dr.-Ing. Gerhard A. Martin2 , Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Sobotta3 , Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Bonten1
1 Institut für Kunststofftechnik (IKT), Universität Stuttgart
2 Kunststoff Prozess Technik Dr.-Ing. Martin GmbH
3 Ingenieurbüro für Numerische Optimierungsmethoden INO

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International Polymer Processing, the journal of the Polymer Processing Society, is a discussion forum for the world-wide community of engineers and scientists in the field of polymer processing.

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