Engineering Analysis of Thermal-Load Components in the Process of Heating of Pet Preforms
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The influence of thermal-load components (convection, collimated and uncollimated components of infrared radiation) in the process of production of PET packaging on the heating of PET preforms has been assessed. It has been established that the collimated component of infrared radiation ensures most (up to 70%) of the thermal energy in the process of heating of a PET preform.
Keywordspolyethylene therephthalate preform convection thermal load
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