E. Martuscelli, P. Musto, G. Ragosta's Advanced Routes for Polymer Toughening PDF

By E. Martuscelli, P. Musto, G. Ragosta

ISBN-10: 0444819606

ISBN-13: 9780444819604

This quantity comprises ten contributions which jointly offer an account of some of the methods used to enhance the longevity of polymer matrices. The correlations one of the molecular constitution of the elements, the morphology, and the mechanical homes of mixture structures are emphasised, as are the equipment used to regulate the constitution of those fabrics in the course of processing. a few issues, that are fundamental within the layout and formula of tricky polymer blends, comprise the position of the interface in multicomponent structures, the chemical reactivity of the combination parts, the mode and country of dispersion of the second one section, the crystallinity and crystallization stipulations, and the glass transition temperature. additionally coated is the paintings which all started within the early Nineteen Seventies with the chemical amendment of ethylene-propylene copolymers for use as tougheners of Polyamide-6. Double-spaced. B&w illustrations.

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13. A good linear correlation between-log(l-c0 and t is observed for both the systems investigated. The slopes of the straight lines in Fig. 011 for the epoxy/PC blend) from which it is possible to calculate the relative conversion-time curves. I I 100 150 " I v 0 0 0 60 200 time (rain) Figure 13. -LogO-a) versus time for pure epoxy (curve A) and for the B15 blend (curve B). These curves are shown as dotted lines in Fig. 12. 8 conversion for the epoxy/PC blend. The analysis 32 performed according to eq.

It has been found in earlier investigations [43-46] that several characteristic features can be observed on fracture surfaces of epoxy resins, especially when stickslip propagation takes place. These features may fall into three main categories: an initiation region followed by crack arrest lines, a region of slow crack growth, and an area of rapid crack growth which covers the remaining surface of the sample. The scanning electron micrographs of the fracture surfaces of samples tested at low strain rate (Fig.

Dynamic-mechanical spectra of the neat resin, PEI and a blend containing 20 phr of PEI are reported in Fig. 28. In the explored temperature range the pure epoxy resin gives rise to a single tan5 peak at 265~ corresponding to the glass transition. 2 0 r r i 1 SO 100 150 200 Temperature " i 250 . . . . "1 300 ('C) Figure 28. Relaxation peaks (tan6) in the temperature range between 90~ and 300~ A) AO; B) PEI; C) A20 blend. The blend shows two distinct relaxation peaks centreA at 210~ and at 267~ respectively corresponding to the Tg's of file two blend components.

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