Melt temperature measurement techniques applicable to polymer extrusion are outlined in this section.
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The processing stability was evaluated for each material by monitoring pressure variation and melt temperature variation vs.
Melt temperature and melt pressure (at two locations) are measured.
Moreover, the factors such as melt temperature and the cavity thickness on the effects of cavity roughness were not clarified.
The topsheet is made of a carded web of fibers having a first melt temperature, while the polymeric sheet has a second melting temperature and a property of shrinking under the application of heat.
Due to the oxidation at the relatively high melt temperature with induction stirring, a steady decline in Sr concentration was observed during the hold.
The affect on melt temperature is shown in figures 7 and 8 for dual thermocouple and adaptive reset controls, and shows the dramatic improvement that a quick recovery to setpoint can have on the process.
Therefore, screws with mixing elements are required to achieve good melt temperature uniformity.