Polymer Science

AAP Research Notes on Polymer Engineering Science and Technology

High-Performance Polymers for Engineering-Based Composites
Editors: Omari V. Mukbaniani, DSc
Marc J. M. Abadie, DSc
Tamara Tatrishvili, DSc

High-Performance Polymers for Engineering-Based Composites

Now on press
Pub Date: January 2016
Hardback Price: $159.95 US
Hard ISBN: 9781771881197
Pages: 408 pp+index
Binding Type: hardback
Series: AAP Research Notes on Polymer Engineering Science and Technology
Notes: 200 b/w illustrations


Reviews
“This book reflects the fast developments in the synthetic chemistry that took place during the last decades and made possible the preparation of a large variety of new polymer-based materials with tailored properties. It presents an extensive collection of articles on issues ranging from polymer synthesis, characterization, and processing, to modern and emerging industrial applications. With contributions from both academia and industry experts the book has a really broad scope and can be of interest for students, researchers, and engineers working in the field of polymer science and technology.”
—Dr. Kaloian Koynov, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany


High-Performance Polymers for Engineering-Based Composites presents a selection of investigations and innovative research in polymer chemistry and advanced materials. The book includes case studies in the field of nanocomposites. The volume provides coverage of new research in polymer science and engineering with applications in chemical engineering, materials science, and chemistry. In addition to synthetic polymer chemistry, it also looks at the properties of polymers in various states (solution, melt, solid). The chapters provide a survey of the important categories of polymers including commodity thermoplastics and fibers, elastomers and thermosets, and engineering and specialty polymers. Basic polymer processing principles are explained as well as in-depth descriptions of the latest polymer applications in different industrial sectors. This new book reviews the field’s current state and emerging advances. With contributions from experts from both the industry and academia, this book presents the latest developments in polymer products and chemical processes.

Features

• Presents a selection of investigations and innovative research in polymer chemistry and advanced materials
• Includes case studies in the field of nanocomposites
• Provides coverage of new research in polymer science and engineering with applications in chemical engineering, materials science, and chemistry
• Provides a survey of the important categories of polymers including commodity thermoplastics and fibers, elastomers and thermosets, and engineering and specialty polymers

CONTENTS:
Preface
Section I: Application of Polymer Chemistry and Promising Technologies
1. RAFT Polymerization of Acrylic Esters Using Novel Chain Transfer Agents on the Basis of Thiocompounds
Riyad Fuad Oglu Farzaliev, Fuzuli Akber Oglu Nasirov, Erol Erbay, and Nazil Fazil Oglu Janibayov
2. Ring-Opening Polymerization of Vinylcyclopropanes
Abasgulu Guliyev, Rita Shahnazarli, and Gafar Ramazanov
3. Synthesis of Metal Dithiophosphates on HLaУ and HУ Zeolites and Polymerization of 1,3-Butadiene with Heterogeneous Catalytic Dithiosystems
Fuzuli Akber Oglu Nasirov, Sevda Rafi Kizi Rafiyeva, Gulara Nariman Kizi Hasanova, and Nazil Fazil Oglu Janibayov
4. Polyacrylamide Hydrogels Obtained by Frontal Polymerization and Their Properties
Anahit Varderesyan
5. Novel Lanthanide Polycomplexes for Electroluminescent Devices
Irina Savchenko
6. Novel Heterogenized Cobalt Containing Catalytic Dithiosystems for Gas Phase Polymerization of Butadiene
Seymur Salman Oglu Salmanov, Fuzuli Akber Oglu Nasirov, and Nazil Fazil Oglu Janibayov
7. Electric Conducting Properties of Electrolytes Based on Some Olyorganosiloxanes with Different Functional Pendant Groups
J. Aneli, O. Mukbaniani, T. Tatrishvili, and E. Markarashvili
8. The Improvement of the Quality of Lubricating Oils by Polymeric Compounds
Vagif Medjid Farzaliyev and Aladdin Islam Akhmedov
9. Thermooxidative Degradation of the Low-Density Polyethylene in the Presence of Fullerenes С60/С70
Eldar B. Zeynalov
10. Mutual Activation and High Selectivity of Polymeric Structures in Intergel Systems
Talkybek Jumadilov, Saltanat Kaldayeva, Ruslan Kondaurov, Bakhytzhan Erzhan, and Barnagul Erzhet
11. Emission of Multi Charged Ions
George Meskhi
12. Gradually Oriented State of the Linear Polymers
L. Nadareishvili, R. G. Bakuradze, N. S. Topuridze, L. K. Sharashidze, and I. S. Pavlenishvili
13. Method of Obtaining of Gradually Oriented Polymeric Films
L. Nadareishvili, R. Bakuradze, N. Topuridze, L. Sharashidze, and I. Pavlenishvili
14. Method of Production of Microcapsules
Yevgeniya Nikolayeva, Saule Kokhmetova, Andrey Kurbatov, Alina Galeyeva, and Oleg Kholkin
15. Investigation of Fulvic Acids Isolated from Natural Waters by the Thermal Analyse
Giorgi Makharadze, Nazi Goliadze, and Tamar Makharadze
16. Fulvic and Humin Acids in Surface Waters of Georgia
Giorgi Makharadze, Nazi Goliadze, Anna Khaiauri, Tamar Makharadze, and Guram Supatashvili
17. Side Chains Azobenzene Moieties in Polymethacrylates for LC Alignment
V. Tarasenko, O. Nadtoka, and V. Syromyatnikov

Section II: Engineered-Based Composites and Models
18. Preparation of Nanopolyaniline and Its Polymer-Polymer Nanocompositions with High and Stable Electric Conductivity
B. A. Mamedov, A. Ya. Valipour, S. S. Mashaeva, and A. M. Guliyev
19. Synthesis of Bentonite and Diatomite-Containing Polymer Nanocomposites and Their Characteristics
A. O. Tonoyan, D. S. Davtyan, A. Z. Varderesyan, M. G. Hamamchyan, and S. P. Davtyan
20. Influence of Single-Wall Nanotubes on the Stability of Frontal Modes and Properties of Obtained Polymer Nanocomposites
D. S. Davtyan, A. O. Tonoyan, A. Z. Varderesyan, and S. P. Davtyan
21. Study of Influence of Ionic Additives on the Structural Changes of Water Nanocages Confined in the AOT Reverse Micelles
T. G. Butkhuzi, M. K. Kurtanidze, and M. D. Rukhadze
22. Synthesis and Characterization of a New Nano Composite
Shahriar Ghammamy, Sadjad Sedaghat, Mahsa Khosbakht, Reza Fayazi, and Amir Lashgari
23. Organomineral Ionites
M. B. Gurgenishvili, I. A. Chitrekashvili, G. Sh. Papava, Sh. R. Papava, V. A. Sherozia, N. Z. Khotenashvili, and Z. Sh. Tabukashvili
24. Zeolite Based Hybrid Cationites
I. A. Chitrekashvili, M.B. Gurgenishvili, G. Sh. Papava, V. A. Sherozia, K. R. Papava, N. Z. Khotenashvili, and Z. Sh. Tabukashvili
25. Composite Materials Based on Coal Tar Pitch
I. Krutko, V. Kaulin, and K. Satsyuk
26. Tools for Modeling Advanced Materials
Kakha Tsereteli and Khatuna Kakhiani
27. Modeling of the Physical Mechanism of Activation (Opening) of Ion Channels in Nerve Impulse Transmission
N. S. Vassilieva-Vashakmadze, R. A. Gakhokidze, and I. M. Khachatryan
28. Influence of the Phase Structure of Double and Triple Copolymers of Ethylene Modified by Glycidoxyalkoxysilane on the Properties of the Compositions
N. E. Temnikova, А .Е. Chalykh, V. K. Gerasimov, S. N. Rusanov, O. V. Stoyanova, and S. Yu. Sofina
29. Phase Equilibrium and Diffusion in the Systems of Ethylene Copolymers – Aminopropyltriethoxysilane1
N. E. Temnikova, O. V. Stoyanov, А. Е. Chalykh, V. K. Gerasimov, S. N. Rusanova, and S. Yu Sofina
30. Characterization of CS-Based Nanofibrous Web for Antibacterial Filter Applications
Motahareh Kanafchian and Mohammad Kanafchian
31. Thermal Curing Of Composites Based Epoxy
Lia Wijayanti Pratomo, & Marc J. M. Abadie
Index


About the Authors / Editors:
Editors: Omari V. Mukbaniani, DSc
Full Professor, Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences, Dept of Chemistry; Chair, Macromolecular Chemistry; Director of the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry and Polymeric Materials, Tbilisi, Georgia

Omari Vasilii Mukbaniani, DSc, is Professor and Director of the Macromolecular Chemistry Department of I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia. He is also the Director of the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry and Polymeric Materials. For several years he was a member of advisory board of the Journal Proceedings of Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Chemical Series), contributing editor of the journal Polymer News and the Polymers Research Journal. His research interests include polymer chemistry, polymeric materials and chemistry of organosilicon compounds. He is an author more than 360 publication, eight books, three monographs, and 10 inventions.

Marc J. M. Abadie, DSc
Professor Emeritus, Institute Charles Gerhardt of Montpelier—Aggregates, Interfaces & Materials for Energy (ICGM-AIME, UMR CNRS 5253), University Montpelier, France

Professor Marc J.M. Abadie is Emeritus Professor at the University Montpellier, France. He was head of the Laboratory of Polymer Science and Advanced Organic Materials – LEMP/MAO. He is currently ‘’Michael Fam’’ Visiting Professor at the School of Materials Sciences and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University NTU, Singapore. His present activity concerns high performance polymers for PEMFCs, composites and nanocomposites, UV/EB coatings, and biomaterials. He has published 11 books and 11 patents. He has advised nearly 95 MS and 52 PhD students with whom he has published over 402 papers. He has more than 40 years of experience in polymer science with 10 years in the industry (IBM, USA – MOD, UK & SNPA/Total, France). He created in the 1980s the “International Symposium on Polyimides & High Temperature Polymers,’’ a.k.a. STEPI, which takes place every other three years in Montpellier, France. The next symposium, STEPI 10, will be in June 2016.

Tamara Tatrishvili, DSc
Senior Specialist, Unite of Academic Process Management (Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences), Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University; Senior Researcher of the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry and Polymeric Materials, Georgia

Tamara Tatrishvili, PhD, is Senior Specialist at the Unite of Academic Process Management (Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences) at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University as well as Senior Researcher of the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry and Polymeric Materials in Tbilisi, Georgia.




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