Syllabus For The Subject Plastics Materials & Applications

Plastics Materials & Applications

Chapter-1: Bio based plastics-introduction

Definition of bio-based plastics

A brief history of bio-based plastics

Market for bio-based plastics

Scope of the book

Chapter-2 Starch

Introduction

Starch

Starch –filled plastics

Structural starch modifications

Starch –based materials on the market

Conclusions

References

Chapter -3: Cellulose and cellulose acetate

Introduction

Raw materials

Structure

Principles of cellulose technology

Properties and applications of cellulose-based plastics

Some recent developments

Conclusion

References

 

Chapter 4: Materials based on chitin and chitosan

Introduction

Preparation and characterization of chitin and chitosan

Processing of chitin to materials and applications

Chitosan processing to materials and applications

Conclusion

References

Chapter-5 Lignin matrix  composites from natural resources-ARBOFORM

Introduction

Approaches for plastics completely made from natural

Resources

Formulation of lignin matrix composites

Chemical free lignin matrix composites

Injection moulding of parts-case studies

Acknowledgements

References

Chapter-6 Bioplastics from lipids

Introduction

Definition and structure of lipids

Sources and biosynthesis of lipids

Extraction of plant oils, triglycerides and their 

Associated compounds

Biopolymers from plant oils, triglycerides and their associated compounds

Applications

Conclusions

References

 

Chapter 7: polyhydroxyalkanoates: basics production and

Applications of microbial biopolyesters

Microbial PHA production, metabolism, and structure

Available raw materials for PHA production

 

Recovery of PHA from biomass

Different types of PHA

Global PHA production

Applications of PHAs

Economic challenges in the production of PHAs and attempts to overcome them

Process design

Conclusion

References

Chapter-8 Poly(lactic acid)

Introduction

Historical outline

Synthesis of monomer

Synthesis of poly(lactic acid)

Processing

Crystallization

Physical properties

Hydrolytic degradation

Biodegradation

Photo degradation

High-performance poly (lactic acid) based materials

Applications

Recycling

Conclusions

References

Chapter-9 Other polyesters from biomass derived

Monomers

Introduction

Isohexide polyesters

Furan-based polyesters

Poly(butylenes succinate) (PBS) and its copolymers

Bio-based terephthalates

Conclusions

References

  

Chapter-10 Polyamides from biomass derived monomers

Introduction

Technical performance of polyamides

Chemical synthesis

Monomer feedstock supply chain

Producers

Sustainability aspects

Improvement and outlook

References

Chapter-11 Polyolefin-based plastics from biomass

Derived monomers

Introduction

Polyolefin-based plastics

Biomass

Chemicals from biotechnology

Plastics from biomass

Polyolefin plastics from biomass and biotechnology technology

Polyolefin plastics from biomass and biotechnology

Bio-polyethylene and bio-polypropylene

Perspective and outlook

References

Chpater-12 Future trends for recombinant protein based

Polymers: the case study of development and application of silk-elastin-like polymers

Introduction

Production

Production of recombinant protein-based polymers

The silk-elastin like polymers

Final considerations

References

Chapter-13 Renewable raw materials and feedstock for

Bioplastics

Introduction

First-and second-generation crops: advantages and disadvantages

The amount of land needed to grow feedstock for biobased plastics

Productivity and availability of arable land

Research on feedstock optimization

Advanced breeding technologies and green biotechnology

Some facts about food prices and recent food price increases

Is there enough land for food, animal feed, bioenergy  and industrial material use, including bio-based plastics 

References

 Chapter-14 The promise of bioplastics- bio based and biodegradable –compostable plastics

Value proposition for bio-based plastics

Exemplars of zero or reduced material carbon footprint

Bio PE,bio-PET and PLA

Process carbon footprint and LCA

Determination of bio-based carbon content

End-of-life options for bioplastic-biodegradability

Compost ability

Summary

References

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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