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  1. The Production of PVC and Environmental Concerns

    For example, the ignition temperature of PVC is as high as 455°C, and is a material with less risk for fire incidents since it is not ignited easily. Furthermore, the heat released in burning is considerably lower with PVC, when compared with those for PE and PP. PVC therefore contributes much less to spreading fire to nearby materials even while burning. Durability Under normal conditions of use, the factor most strongly influencing the durability of a material is resistance to oxidation by atmospheric oxygen.

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"A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools." - Douglas Adams

If you want to learn about physics and use it to solve real-world problems, a university degree in engineering might be for you. Engineering is a very diverse discipline: there are mechanical engineers, chemical engineers, and computer engineers, to name just a few. So whether you want to design soaring bridges, sleek airplanes, or efficient sewer systems, there's bound to be an area of engineering to suit you.

If you already have a solid foundation for the scientific portion of the coursework, but you need some support for writing lab reports and papers, look no further than Marked by Teachers' collection of student-submitted and teacher-annotated engineering essays. Study the collection to get inspiration, and to gather tips for good writing. Before long, you'll know how to plan and construct essays to the highest standard.

Engineering students can go on to research or practice within the field, or they might leave to pursue careers in other areas, includingbusiness,teaching, and finance.

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