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CEP-326-Ploymer-Characterization-Sessional-Lab-Report-Group-07.pdf

CEP-326-Ploymer-Characterization-Sessional-Lab-Report-Group-07.pdf

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SHAHJALAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Department of Chemical Engineering and Polymer Science Lab Report: 01 Experiment No: 01 Experiment Name: Compounding Techniques for Polymeric Materials. Group No: 07 Course Code: CEP 326 Course Title: Polymer Characterization Sessional Submission Date: 22 / 01 / 2018 Submitted to: Humayun Ahmad Associate Professor Dept. of CEP, SUST Submitted by: Name Registration Number Md. Woashib Shikder 2014332030 Dwip Roy 2014332031 Shehab Shahreyar 2014332040 Shafoan Alam 2014332058 Md Ripon Ali 2014332070
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Abstract In polymer processing, compounding means incorporating certain additives into a polymer matrix. The compounding process is mainly done by rubber and polymer industries. The rubber industry utilizes the compounding process to realize defined rubber properties, the plastics industry wants to enhance the raw material by incorporating certain additives. [1] In this process of compounding we have used two ingredients one to change or strengthen the plastics' properties and the other one to improve the stiffness and impact strength which act as fillers and reinforcing agents. For adding these different kinds of additives and fillers a special infrastructure is needed to generate a compound. We have used two roll mixing machine to incorporate all the ingredients. Introduction The application for polymeric materials in various fields is constantly expanding. However, because the demand for polymers in their pure form is only minimal, companies in the plastics and rubber-producing industry are continuously improving their product range and developing innovative products. A basic polymer is turned into a high-tech plastic through compounding.
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