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Permanent indentation and damage behavior of composite laminates
Wei He, Zhidong Guan, January 2014
Considering the fiber, matrix, and interface contribution to permanent indentation and associated damage predicts when prominent indentation formation will occur.
Extrusion of foams from engineering plastics using supercritical carbon dioxide
Aydin Sunol, Ilknur Kucuk, Dilhan Kalyon , Halil Gevgilili, Seda Aktas, January 2014
A single-screw-extrusion-based foaming process using supercritical carbon dioxide can effectively generate foams of poly(ether imide) at high temperatures while providing excellent control of the foam's properties.
To optimize nanofabrication, consider unique traits
Helin Zou , Zhifu Yin, E Cheng, January 2014
With optimized parameters, nano hot embossing can create high-quality patterns again and again.
Poly(butylene succinate)/ halloysite nanotube nanocomposites
Yijun Zhang, Guangjian He, Jun Luo, Xianwu Cao, Wei Wu, January 2014
The strength and modulus of poly(butylene succinate) can be increased with the addition of halloysite nanotubes, without a significant loss of ductility.
Amorphous polyamide/carbon nanotube nanocomposites
Nora Aranburu, Jose Ignacio Eguiazabal, February 2014
The addition of multiwalled carbon nanotubes to an amorphous polyamide leads to electrically conductive nanocomposite materials with enhanced mechanical properties and thermal stability.
Sulfonation of polyethylene improves functionality for fabricating technical textiles
Che Ku Mohammad Faizal, Saidatul Shima Jamari, Tahir Shah, Mumtaz D. Naqvi, Mohib R. Kazimi, February 2014
Homogeneous and profound sulfonation of low-density polyethylene can improve its conductivity, antistatic behavior, and hydrophilicity, enhancing its potential application in technical textiles.
A bimodal shear rate distribution from multi-melt multi-injection molding
Mingbo Yang , Wei Yang, Jingjing Wu, February 2014
A model polymer blend produced from an innovative molding process demonstrates a bimodal shear rate distribution that is stronger than that found in parts molded by conventional injection molding.
Melt temperature consistency during polymer extrusion
Elaine C. Brown, Adrian L. Kelly, Chamil Abeykoon , Kang Li, Peter J. Martin, Phil D. Coates, February 2014
A thermocouple mesh technique measured melt temperature radially across polymer flows, precisely profiling the relationship between melt behavior and processing parameters in polymer extrusion.
Characterizing petroleum fermentation polyamide 11,11
Qingxiang Zhao, Shaobing Liu, February 2014
The thermal and mechanical properties of petroleum fermentation polyamide 11,11 reveal its suitability as an engineering plastic.
Effect of kaolin and calcined kaolin loading on styrene butadiene rubber composites
Salwa Hassan El-Sabbagh, Nivin Ahmed, February 2014
Filling styrene butadiene rubber with untreated and calcined kaolin improves the mechanical properties of the composite.
Skinless thermoplastic polyurethane foams
Lih-Sheng Turng , Hao-Yang Mi , Xin Jing, February 2014
Using carbon dioxide and water as co-blowing agents during microcellular injection molding forms a foam with promise for use as a tissue engineering scaffold.
Improving starch-based materials for packaging
Subrata K. Patra, Sudhir K. Kisku, Sarat K. Swain, February 2014
Starch/clay bionanocomposites synthesized by solution blending show enhanced thermal resistance, fire retardancy, and lower oxygen permeability with increasing clay loading.
Rapid evaluation of thermal aging of polymer composites
Wei Fan, Jia-lu Li, March 2014
A statistical model predicts the residual flexural strength and lifetime of polymer composites based on performance over several days.
Strengthening composites with waste rubber
Adel Ramezani Kakroodi, Denis Rodrigue, March 2014
Process optimization enables impact modification of polymer composites using surface-coated waste rubber particles.
Improved toughness of polypropylene/wollastonite composites
Saul Sanchez, Francisco Rodriguez, Pierre G. Lafleur, Julio Laria, Nancy Diaz, Alfonso Barbosa, Tomas Lozano , Ana Beatriz Morales, Homero Salas-Papayanopolos, Guillermo Martinez, Felipe Cerino, March 2014
Modifying the interface in polypropylene/wollastonite composites during compounding improves dispersion of the filler and increases impact strength and ductility.
Wood apple shell particulates reinforce epoxy composites
Raghavendra Gujjala, Samir Kumar Acharya, Shakuntala Ojha, March 2014
Adding biodegradable shell particulates to an epoxy resin matrix yields superior thermal stability and mechanical properties while lowering fabrication cost.
New life for aircraft waste composites
Raffaele Corvino, Mario Malinconico, Maria Emanuela Errico, Maurizio Avella, Pierfrancesco Cerruti, March 2014
Recyclable thermoplastic composite materials, made of waste from dismantled aircraft and polystyrene loose-fill packaging, are capable of handling high weight loads.
Mechanical properties of hybrid composites enhanced with coir fiber hybridization
Othman Y. Alothman, Wan Mohamad Haniffa, Edi Syams Zainudin, Mohammad Jawaid, March 2014
Hybrid composites possessing unique properties can be made by incorporating two or more natural fibers into a single matrix.
Recycling peroxide-crosslinked polyethylene
Keyuan Huang, Avraam I. Isayev, March 2014
An ultrasonic single screw extruder produces melt-processable decrosslinked high-density polyethylene with good mechanical performance.
A polypyrrole/modified poly (styrene-alt-maleic anhydride) conducting nanocomposite
Ehsan Nazarzadeh Zare, Moslem Mansour Lakouraj, March 2014
A nanocomposite was synthesized by emulsion polymerization to improve the processability, conductivity, antioxidant activity, and heavy metal ion-removal capabilities of the parent conducting polymer.


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