Plastic Pipes Conference Association # 1970 Southampton
in opening the paper I think I should first explain that I propose :ca deviate a little from the precise subject described in the title. When the !itle wzs agreea with the Organising Secretary, ! was under the impression that my company organisation was a good deal better than it now appears to be and, to my cost, ! have found that to write case histories would, in general terms, be extremely difficult, iC'not impossib!e, due to the deficiencies in our system o+ Keeping records. If nothing else, the produrtior of this paper has been responsible for a radical change in the office organisation.
I shall, therefore, be talking to you about my experiences with the use of plastics over the last ten years and although we are, strictly speaking, here to discuss plastic pipes, I trust you will forgive me if I mention one or rwo minor matters whichs hould be of interest. which - are plastic but which are certainly - not pipes.
Author(s) : Edwards,Ellis, Georghiades,Smith
A model is presented for the prediction of cooling rates and temperature profiles during the cooling and solidification of M.D.P.E. pipes. Experimental measurements from an industrial production line are reported and these confirm the predictions of the model. Finally, the model is used to determine the most important...