volume 33, issue 19, P1279-1287 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760331908
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Abstract: Abstract A finite element numerical analysis of preform inflation associated with the injection blow molding process has been developed using a neo‐Hookean constitutive model. The analysis is capable of predicting final wall thickness distributions for axisymmetric mold geometries. Experimental studies were conducted on a Uniloy injection blow molding machine (Model 189‐3 and Model 122). A twelve ounce (355 mL) cylindrical bottle mold was instrumented with contact sensors, thermocouples, and pressure transduc…

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