volume 32, issue 11, P743-750 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760321106
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Abstract: Abstract The behavior of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (UPVC) during single screw extrusion was studied. The melting and gelation mechanisms under a variety of operating conditions were identified using microscopy, density measurements, and thermal analysis. The compound followed the behavior of wall‐slipping materials, the melt forming a pool near the passive flight of the screw. Gelation involved the progressive destruction of the original powder morphology and the development, upon cooling, of an enta…

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