Analysis of Changes in Thermomechanical Properties and Structure of Polyamide Modified with Fly Ash from Biomass Combustion

Analysis of Changes in Thermomechanical Properties and Structure of Polyamide Modified with Fly... Analysis of changes in thermomechanical properties and structure of polyamide modified with fly ash from biomass combustion Samples were made in injection moulding technology Investigations: DSC investigations Microstructure DMTA investigations Increase of energy E’ for composites are In PA6 are spherulites absorbed by the filled much higher than for with noticeable shapes samples clean polyamide In composites was Degree of crystallinity: Addition of fly ashes observed fragmentation PA=26,21 causes a shift in of the crystalline PA+5%=28,64 maximum of mechanical structure PA+10%=25,08 loss angle towards PA+15%=24,82 higher temperatures individual fragments of the filler are the most privileged locations of nucleation because PA with 5% filler has the highest degree of cristalinity Possibilty of increase of hardness for compostites with 5% fly ash Increase of mechanic strenght for PA with 5% filler Increase of dynamic properties for PA with 5% filler Composite with 5% fly ash has the most beneficial thermomechanical properties among testing samples 1 3 J Polym Environ (2018) 26:647–654 649 Keywords Composites · Functional properties · Thermal Materials, Apparatus and Methodology properties · Mechanical properties · Polyamide · Fly ash of Research Introducion Polyamide 6 with commercial name TARNAMID T-27 manufactured by Zakłady Azotowe Tarnów was used in Properties of polymers depend on structural factors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Polymers and the Environment Springer Journals

Analysis of Changes in Thermomechanical Properties and Structure of Polyamide Modified with Fly Ash from Biomass Combustion

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2017 by The Author(s)
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Chemistry; Polymer Sciences; Environmental Chemistry; Materials Science, general; Environmental Engineering/Biotechnology; Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering
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1566-2543
eISSN
1572-8900
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10924-017-0975-8
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Abstract

Analysis of changes in thermomechanical properties and structure of polyamide modified with fly ash from biomass combustion Samples were made in injection moulding technology Investigations: DSC investigations Microstructure DMTA investigations Increase of energy E’ for composites are In PA6 are spherulites absorbed by the filled much higher than for with noticeable shapes samples clean polyamide In composites was Degree of crystallinity: Addition of fly ashes observed fragmentation PA=26,21 causes a shift in of the crystalline PA+5%=28,64 maximum of mechanical structure PA+10%=25,08 loss angle towards PA+15%=24,82 higher temperatures individual fragments of the filler are the most privileged locations of nucleation because PA with 5% filler has the highest degree of cristalinity Possibilty of increase of hardness for compostites with 5% fly ash Increase of mechanic strenght for PA with 5% filler Increase of dynamic properties for PA with 5% filler Composite with 5% fly ash has the most beneficial thermomechanical properties among testing samples 1 3 J Polym Environ (2018) 26:647–654 649 Keywords Composites · Functional properties · Thermal Materials, Apparatus and Methodology properties · Mechanical properties · Polyamide · Fly ash of Research Introducion Polyamide 6 with commercial name TARNAMID T-27 manufactured by Zakłady Azotowe Tarnów was used in Properties of polymers depend on structural factors

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Journal of Polymers and the EnvironmentSpringer Journals

Published: Mar 7, 2017

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