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It is usually assumed that Universes with a flat or open geometry are infinite in extent, though the finite speed of light ensures we will never be able to prove this. However there is an alternative; the Universe may have a non-trivial topology. While geometry tells us the local shape of space or of space-time, topology describes the global properties. General relativity tells us that the properties of matter dictate the geometry, but says nothing about the topology. The simplest type of topology is associated with identification of points in space. For example, if you take a sheet of paper and join two sides to form a cylinder, you have identified the points at these two edges. An ant can now walk around the cylinder forever, even though its extent in that direction is finite. If you can also bend the cylinder around to join its ends together, you can form a shape like a bagel, known formally as a torus. Like a sphere, we have a finite two-dimensional surface with no edge. However a torus and a sphere have a different global structure; for example if you draw any loop on a sphere it can always be continuously deformed so as to shrink away to nothing, while a loop on a torus which wraps round one of its principal directions can never be continuously removed; it is 'caught' around the hole. This difference is not a local geometric property of the surface. but is a global property of the entire surface and it indicates that the two surfaces have different topology. I In fact a torus actually has a flat geometry. The surface may look curved to you, but that curvature is just due to the way the surface has been represented in three-dimensional space. Any inhabitants restricted to the surface will find that the angles of any triangle always add up to 1800 , and that circles have circumference equal to 21l' times their radius. If you can only explore a small area, there is no way of telling whether you live on the surface of a torus or on a genuinely infinite plane. It is possible for our Universe to have a non-trivial topology, so that for instance even if it has a flat geometry the volume might be finite and a traveller might return to their starting point in a finite time. If the scale of any topology is much larger than the observable
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large, extrusion blow molding is used; while injection blow molding is typically used with smaller products with no handleware. Semicrystalline materials that are dif cult to blow are molded by stretch blow molding. Common resins such as PVC, PS, PP, LDPE, HDPE, and PET are blow molded routinely. Figure 2.15 illustrates the steps involved in extrusion blow molding. In extrusion blow molding, the most common blow-molding process, an extruder is used to produce a thick-walled plastic tube called the parison. The parison is extruded directly into a water-cooled cavity mold, which is then closed, and air injected through the top or the neck of the container. The softened polymer in the parison in ates against the wall of the mold, which cools the melt and solidi es it into the mold shape. The mold opens and the part is removed and de ashed to remove any excess plastic. While the wall thickness of the parison itself is uniform, that of the product formed (a bottle) will not be uniform because of its different geometry. This variation in wall thickness needs to be taken into account when designing products intended for blow molding. In this processing cycle most of the time is spent on cooling the mold. Therefore, it is usual to have several molds set up on a rotating table that takes up sections of parison from a single continuous extruder to optimize the process. In injection blow molding, an injection-molding machine replaces the extruder. In the rst stage a parison with the threads of the nished bottle molded in is injection molded onto a core element. The injected parison core is then carried to the next station on the machine, where it is blown up into the nished container as in the extrusion blow-molding process above. In some instances the parison might be stretched inside the mold to obtain a biaxially oriented plastic product. As the parison is injection molded, there is good control of the weight of the nal product in this type of blow molding. In stretch blow molding (for resins such as PET used in soda bottles) an injection-molded preform (usually obtained from a separate specialized vendor) is used. The preform is loaded into a simple machine that heats it to soften the plastic and stretches it inside the mold to shape the plastic into a bottle.
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