Objectives-plastics-reinforced plastics and adhesives, Mechanical Engineering

Objectives

After studying this section, you should be capable to:

  • define basic nature of plastics,
  • differentiate between various types of plastics,
  • define polymerisation and its types,
  • understand the term elastometer in a convenient manner,
  • know the properties of plastic, its benefits and drawbacks,
  • define about the engineering plastics and their applications also,
  • define the term reinforced plastic,
  • list the various types of processes to make reinforced plastics,
  • know adhesives,
  • know types of adhesive and their applications also
  • comprise a brief of different design considerations concerning to the plastic.

 

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