Plastics are widely used in food packaging because they are: versatile - plastics can be flexible . Paper, card, metal and glass can also be used for packaging.
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This paper reviews the vibration welding process. Understanding of the vibration welding process and limitations when applied to. Wood Plastic Composites.
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Bio-based materials, such as wood每plastic composites (WPC), have gained the . This paper is unique because for the first time research findings taken from a .. Conservatively, the upper limit, 2.5, could be chosen, which is applied in.
8 Sep 2011 . Wood-plastic composite (WPC) is a very promising and sustainable green . But drawbacks is that they want to keep their recycling process secret, so it .. the injection molding process will not be discussed in this article.
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19 Jul 2013 . Through thickness properties are increasingly important for the detailed analysis of complex composite structures. Recent papers and research.
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