Paper and Cellulosic Materials
Maria Helena Figueiredo Godinho
Weekly - 4
Total - Available soon
P.J. Flory "Principles of Polymer Chemistry", Cornell University Press, Ithaca, N.Y. (1953)
R.D. Gilbert, Cellulosic Polymers, Blends and Composites, Hanser, Munich (1994)
W. Hamad, Cellulosic Materials, Kluwer Academic Publishers, London (2001)
P.A. Williams, Cellulosic pulps, fibres and materials, Woodhead Publishing ltd, Cambridge (2000)
N.-S. Hon, N. Shiraishi, Wood and Cellulosic Chemistry, Marcel Dekker, N.Y. (2000)
Artigos a distribuir durante as aulas teóricas
The UC is divided in theoretical and practical classes. In the theoretical classes, the fundamentals of the topic to be addressed will be presented, using animations, figures and schemes in “data-show”. It follows the analysis and discussion, together, of the subject, supported by scientific publications. The support material presented in the “data-show” will be made available to students.
The practical classes will be all in a laboratory environment, in a set of 4 practical assignments to be carried out throughout the semester (when possible, due to the actual unsual situation). Practical assignment guides will be made available to students.
Throughout the semester, two laboratory works will be carried out, with online and presential classes, which will be the basis for the preparation of a presentation and a report for each work. The evaluation of the theorical part will be done by two tests, and final exam if the average of the tests is not achieved.
The final classification is calculated as follows: Average of the tests or exam (50%) + Classification of the practical part (50%)
The classification of the practical component is given by the average of the evaluation of each work such as: Report (60%) + Presentation (40%)
The approval implies frequency, average of tests or exam> 9.5 values and classification of the practical part also> 9.5.
Classifications obtained at Distance Assessment regime, equal to or higher than 16, may be subject to an oral evaluation.