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GLOSSARY (page under construction)

Additives : they aim to improve rheological and use properties, as well as stability in the plastics’ environnement. They have antistatic, lubricant, stabilizing functions, etc. The additive compounds formulation has become a unique savoir-faire which enriches the available range of plastics and maximizes their costs.

Anti-shrinkage agent : limits the cracking risk.

Nucleating agents :

Anisotropic :

Anhydride :

Araldite : a registered trademark referring to a bi-component adhesive, composed of an epoxide resin and a polymerizing agent, the 1,4,7,10-tetraazadecane. A polyepoxide is formed in contact with these two components.

Bismaleimide :

Catalysts :

Gelation kinetics :

Interlaminar shear :

Cohesion :

Combustibility :

Cross-linking concentration :

Stretching conditions :

Liquid crystals :

Baking : 

Tensile strength :

Density :

Hardener :

Cohesive energy :

Size :

Cyanate esters :

Sterilizer :

Exothermicity :

High Modulus Carbon Fibers :

E-Glass fiber :

Polyacrylonitrile fiber (PAN) :

Fibrillar :

Filament :

Fissuring :

Graphite :

Impregnation :

Binder :

Matrix :

Young’s modulus :

Morphology :

Wetting :

Owens Corning :

Tack :

Plasticizer :

Polyimides :

Continuous polymerization :

Polyimides :

Prepreg, Preimpregnated :

Endothermic reactions :

Reinforcements :

High temperature resins :

Phenolic resins :

Thermosetting resins :

Thermostable resins :

Breaking resistance :

Tensile strength resistance :

Heat-induced cross-linking :

Cold-induced cross-linking :

Intumescent coating :

Material rheology :

Flexibility :

Stabilizer :

Spreading :

Aromatic structure :

Volume ratio :

Surfactants :

Fire resistance :

Broutman Test :

Squeeze theorem :

Mc Garry Test :

Van der Waals :

Viscosity :

Wet moulding :

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