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Advanced composites are hybridized by the integration of alumina nanoparticles into the matrix and onto the fabric surface. Alumina was pre-dispersed by sonication. Pre-processing of alumina was carried out by resin modification or fiber modification, prior to the consolidation into composite...
The polyamides have replaced many traditional metallic materials due to excellent property profile. Even though polyamides are produced as near net shapes, machining has to be performed in the final stage of production. In this article an attempt was been made to study the effects of cutting...
A new method for the determination of shrinkage and modulus development of thermoset resins is described. The method uses the change in the time of travel of longitudinal ultrasonic waves in a couplant to determine the change in height of a column of resin. This change in height is used to...
A novel concept of composite bipolar plate composed of modified phenolic resin, graphite, and carbon black with thickness less than 2mm has been successfully prepared by the bulk molding process at ambient temperature. This study investigates a potential approach to improve the properties of...
Chemical treatment of synthetic reinforcements can enhance their adhesion to polymer matrices. This work reports the effects of different treatments on the fiber—matrix compatibility in terms of surface energy, mechanical, and thermal properties of composites. The PP composites containing...
A commercial phenol formaldehyde-based resole thermosetting resin supplied by Borden Chemical Australia Pty., was reinforced with ceramic-based fillers (SLG) to increase its fracture toughness. This is the second study of the same series. By testing fracture toughness and viscosity at a range of...
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