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Electrically conductive epoxies using multiwall carbon nanotubes
Vassilis Kostopoulos, George Psarras, Petros Karapappas, Eleni Fiamegou, Antonios Vavouliotis, May 2010
The heterogeneity of polymer matrix composites with conductive inclusions leads to a multiparameter dependence of their electrical behavior.
Tailoring 2D large-open-mesh braided composites
Cagri Ayranci, Daniel Romanyk, Jason Carey, May 2010
Application of open-mesh epoxy composites enables modifications to their elastic behavior.
Viscoelasticity, tackiness, and extrusion flow of block copolymers
Maria Eugenia Munoz, Mercedes Fernandez, Alfonso Arevalillo, Pedro A. Santamaria, May 2010
The dominant rubbery state in high-molecular-weight thermoplastic elastomers leads to a lack of adhesion and a plug flow.
Managing photodegradation of poly(vinyl chloride)
Shuangjun Chen, Xiuqin Xiang, Jun Zhang, May 2010
Colorimetry and Fourier-transform IR spectroscopy can be used to assess the impact of organic-calcium-complex stabilizers and organotins on initial color stability and photo-oxidation.
Chemical modification of flexible poly(vinyl chloride) by nucleophilic substitution
Toshiaki Yoshioka, Guido Grause, Tomohito Kameda, May 2010
A new method of removing chlorine from an everyday waste plastic promises to increase the amount of recyclable material.
Progressive degradation of cyanate ester composites
James Nokes, Rafael J. Zaldivar, May 2010
Hydrolysis during cure can adversely affect localized mechanical and thermal performance, assessment of which is critical to evaluate material risks.
Accelerating the crystallization of poly(lactic acid)
Changyu Shen, Defu Hu, Ming Li, Yaming Wang, May 2010
Combining nucleation agents and plasticizers enhances the material's crystallization rate and could extend its range of applications.
Nanofillers improve the mechanical properties of recycled polypropylene
Ahmed Elloumi, Alain Bourmaud, Sylvie Pimbert, June 2010
The impact and modulus of polypropylene reinforced with nanocalcium carbonate correlate with morphology, filler level, and the effect of recycling on the resin matrix.
Thermoforming poly(methyl methacrylate) transparencies
Luc Chevalier, Pierre Gilormini, Gilles Regnier, June 2010
Numerical simulations enable prediction of the properties of polymer transparencies that are thermoformed near their relevant glass-transition temperature.
Graphite nanosheets act as conducting filler for high-density polyethylene
Lwei Wang, Guohua Chen, , Jiangbin Hong, June 2010
Nanocomposites containing graphite nanosheets exhibit a very low percolation threshold and significantly enhanced mechanical and processing properties compared with those containing carbon black.
Fabrication and application of polymer/noble-metal composite microspheres
Youyi Xia, Hongping Xiao, June 2010
A new self-assembly approach produces poly(acrylonitrile-co-vinyl acetate)/silver composite microspheres that exhibit excellent catalysis.
Effects of graphite fillers on carbon-carbon composites
N. L. Ravikumar, Kamal K. Kar, June 2010
Matrix modification through carbonization at different temperatures significantly improves some properties of precursor phenolic-carbon-fabric and their associated carbon-carbon composites.
Effect of fountain flows on injection-molding-induced morphology
Yasuhiko Otsuki, Yutaka Kobayashi, Toshitaka Kanai, June 2010
In injection molding of polypropylene, extensional deformation at the advancing flow front causes high birefringence near the surface.
Safer polyvinylchloride with zero phthalate migration
Rodrigo Navarro, Monica Perez, Myriam Gamez, Helmut Reinecke, June 2010
A new type of plasticizer can be chemically linked to the polymer chain.
Factors affecting melt electrospinning
Weimin Yang, Hua Yan, Haoyi Li, Xin Wang, Yong Liu, June 2010
The melt-flow rate during production of nanoscale polymer fibers is most important in determining average fiber diameters and standard deviations, followed by the operating voltage.
Factors affecting injection molding of microribs
Allen Y. Yi, Jose M. Castro, Han-Xiong Huang, Lei Li, Can Yang, June 2010
Experimental testing of five processing and two geometric factors shows that barrel temperature and injection velocity have significant effects on the quality of polymer microstructures.
Phase coalescence impacts rheology and birefringence of polymer blends
Jinhai Yang , Qibo Jiang, James L. White, July 2010
A new phase-morphology development explains significant viscosity and birefringence drops following melt processing.
Predicting starch transformation in twin screw extrusion
Bruno Vergnes, Franoise Berzin, July 2010
Dedicated software makes it possible to predict the change in the intrinsic viscosity of starch.
Robustness of switchover methods for injection molding
David Kazmer, July 2010
The consistency of molded plastic products is highly dependent on the ability of injection-molding machines to reject uncontrolled variation.
Nanotalc improves properties of polyamide-6 binary and ternary nanocomposites
Prasath Balamurugan , S. N. Maiti, July 2010
Nanotalc is more easily exfoliated than nanoclay through melt blending and forms extended, networklike structures and improved tensile strength, modulus, and flow in polyamide-6.


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