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A ½ factorial design of experiments is used to identify signiﬁcant processing parameters from the skin and core melt temperatures, injection speed and pressure, and mold temperature. Interactions between the processing effects are considered, and the resulting statistical data produced accurate linear models indicating that the co-injection of the two blends can be controlled. Impact strength of the normally brittle PTT/PBT blend is shown to increase signiﬁcantly with co-injection and variations in core to skin volume ratios to have a determining role in the overall impact strength.
Composite Materials: Processing, Applications, Characterizations by Kamal K. Kar (eds.)