Profiled infrared radiative heating in blow moulding and thermoforming

Abstract : The performance of Poly(Ethylene Terephtalate) bottles produced by the injection stretch/blow molding process depends on three main variables: the initial preform shape, the initial preform temperature and the balance between stretching and blowing rates. In order to characterize process parameters, experiments have been performed on a well instrumented mold. In addition, preform free inflation have been processed and a simplified model of an air volum free blowing has been developed.
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Serge Monteix, Fabrice Schmidt, Yannick Le Maoult, R. Diraddo. Profiled infrared radiative heating in blow moulding and thermoforming. PPS’98 - North American Meeting, Aug 1998, Toronto, Canada. ⟨hal-02056197⟩

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