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Optimization of processing conditions for polymer twin-screw extrusion

Abstract : The problem of setting the best operating conditions of a co-rotating twin-screw extruder is solved using an optimization approach based on Genetic Algorithms. Two possibilities are considered: i) the maximization of an objective function; ii) the simultaneous optimization of the individual criteria and the use of Pareto plots. The flow conditions inside the machine are simulated using the Ludovic© software. Various practical case studies are discussed, among them a reactive extrusion application. Generally, the methodology is sensitive to the influence of the main process criteria and provides solutions that are apparently sound.
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Antonio Gaspar-Cunha, Arnaud Poulesquen, Bruno Vergnes, José Antonio Covas. Optimization of processing conditions for polymer twin-screw extrusion. International Polymer Processing, 2002, 17 (3), p.201-213. ⟨hal-00534384⟩

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