Deformation and Flow of Polymeric Materials
Poly(ethylene) LDPE Lupolen 1840 H .
Linear viscoelastic model for elongational viscosity by control theory
first simulate a modern LDPE ( Lupolen 1840 H ) for
well known and classical IUPAC A, as done previously
Synthesis and characterization of thermoplastic composites filled with γ�?boehmite for fire resistance
Low-density poly(ethylene) (LDPE LUPOLEN 1840 H from
BASELL) exhibits a low polarity, whereas poly(amide) 6 (DINALON PA6 from REPOL) presents
a higher polarity.
Investigation of LDPE converging flows using fieldwise measurements techniques
Lupolen 1840 H .
Capillary rheometry for polymer melts revisited
The two materials investigated with regard to the
pressure dependence of viscosity are Lupolen 1840 H (LDPE in Figs. 7 and 9a) and Luran KR 2556 (PaM-
SAN in Figs. 5, 6, 8 and 9b).
Effects of a mixture of stabilizers on the structure and mechanical properties of polyethylene during reprocessing
In this work, two extrusion grades of polyethylenes,
HDPE [Alcudia C-240-UV (Repsol YPF, Spain)] and
LDPE [ Lupolen 1840 H (Basell, Wilmington, DE)],
Pressure dependent viscosity and dissipative heating in capillary rheometry of polymer melts
An LDPE melt ( Lupolen 1840 H , batch 776–130010)
at 150 °C was selected as experimental example.
Thermoplastic dynamic vulcanisates containing LDPE, rubber, and thermochemically reclaimed ground tyre rubber
General purpose extrusion LDPEa valuable additive in various rubbers, thermosets, and
( Lupolen 1840 H , melt ow index=1·5 dg min – 1 atthermoplastics.
Influence of molecular structure on rheological properties of polyethylenes
1 is available under the trade name Lupolen 1840 H from BASF, Ludwigshafen, the LDPE 2 is a stabilized
Lupolen 1810 H from BASF and the LLDPE is sold by
the DOW Chemical Company as Dowlex NG 5056 E.
Comparative investigations of surface instabilities ("sharkskin") of a
linear and a long-chain branched polyethylene
The LDPE used was Lupolen 1840 H from Basell, a commercial product frequently used
for film extrusion and film blowing.