Service Life Prediction of Polymers and Plastics Exposed to Outdoor Weathering

Christopher White (Redaktør) ; Kenneth M. White (Redaktør) ; James Pickett (Redaktør)

The state-of-the-art in methods for predicting the durability of plastics and polymers which are exposed to weather Les mer
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The state-of-the-art in methods for predicting the durability of plastics and polymers which are exposed to weather

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1. State-of-the-art assessment and research needs assessment of the current scientific knowledge of in-service prediction of polymers and plastics exposed to outdoor weathering 2. Development of a roadmap for modification and adoption of consensus standards related to in-service prediction of polymers and plastics exposed to outdoor weathering 3. Validating laboratory-based models and scaling-up for service life prediction 4. Predicting Field Degradation of Sealants Using Accelerated Tests from the NIST Solar Sphere 5. Selecting a statistical method for validation of life prediction models 6. Development of Weathering Cycles for Qualitative Service Life Analysis as a Precursor to Accurate Service Life Prediction Protocols: Contemporary Examples 7. Predicting chemical compatibility and aging of materials in a system: a combined experimental and modeling approach 8. Towards a predictive, multi-scale aging model for complex silicone architectures - Insights into structural control and response to environmental stressors 9. Case Studies to Assess the Effects of Accelerated Weathering Stresses Used to Predict Service Life 10. A Study of Nano-mechanical Test Methods as Predictive Tools for Coating Changes in Weathering 11. Degradation of ethylene-propylene-diene elastomer by heat and/or radiation 12. Challenges in Accelerated Weather Testing, Method Development, and Service Life Prediction of Exterior Commercial Airplane Coatings 13. Combination of material characterization and cyclic fatigue testing for investigation of elastomer aging

Om forfatteren

Chris White is a Research Chemist in the Polymeric Materials Group at the USA's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He has 30 years of experience in service life prediction of polymers, over 100 peer reviewed publications, numerous books, and presentations. He is the organizer for 5th, 6th, and 7th Service life Prediction gatherings of international experts. Kenneth M. White is Lead Research Specialist in the Weathering Research Center of the 3M Corporate Research Analytical Laboratory. He is a recognized world leader in the weathering of polymers and has contributed to some of the most influential and well cited publications and presentations in this field. James Pickett is now a consultant, having retired from GE Global Research after 33.5 years as a physical organic chemist. His work focuses on degradation, stabilization, testing, and lifetime prediction of plastics and coatings. He has over 60 issued US patents and has written over 50 peer reviewed papers and book chapters.