F94EXAM2 - EMA 4666C Exam II (Total Points = 95) Name...

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EMA 4666C Name Exam II ( Total Points = 95 ) Student ID # Read each question carefully. State any assumptions you make to answer the question/problem. 1. Sketch the structures of the following polymers: (10 pts) a. Poly(styrene) b. Poly(propylene) c. Poly(ethylene terephthalate) d. Poly(butylene) e. Poly(carbonate)
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2. Describe the main components of a single screw extruder. Give details as to the nature of the various aspects that are critical to the process of extrusion. (20pts). 3. Sketch and Detail a typical single stage screw such as the one used to extrude ABS in the polymer processing laboratory. (5pts)
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4. Differentiate between intensive and extensive mixing processes. Give at least two different examples of equipment which is characteristic of each type of process. (10 pts).
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5. Given the following diagram explain all of the terms and explain the significance of each term with respect to an extrusion process. (20 pts)
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6. Your have been assigned a production engineering problem associated with extrusion of 1/4”
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course EMA 4666c taught by Professor Brennan during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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F94EXAM2 - EMA 4666C Exam II (Total Points = 95) Name...

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