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  • Hybrid effects of carbon fiber and nanoclay as fillers on

    Waste wood-plastic composite (WPC) was used in this work as a raw material to produce recycled WPCs reinforced with carbon fiber and nanoclay. To evaluate the synergistic effects of carbon fiber and nanoclay, various performances (i.e., microstrucural, mechanical, thermal, water absorption, and electrical properties) were investigated.

  • Effect of Organo-Modified Montmorillonite Nanoclay on

    Montmorillonite nanoclay has been much considered to be the most attractive nanoclay as the secondary reinforcing material for carbon fiber-reinforced polymer composites due to its high aspect ratio (100–1000), high modulus (170 GPa), large surface area (750 m 2 /g), and high thermal properties [17,21,22]. It was reported that the addition of a small content of nanoclay particles could

  • (PDF) Investigation of Low Velocity Impact Test of Carbon

    Carbon fiber composites were produced by reinforcing nanoclay at different rates. The homogen mixing of the nanoclay and epoxy was done with mechanical mixer and ultrasonic homogenizer. Low

  • Carbon fibre surface modification using functionalized

    Abstract Low interface strength is a common challenge in taking full advantage of excellent physical performances of carbon fibre (CF) reinforced polymer composites. Herein, for the first time, we have used amino-functionalized nanoclay as a linkage between CF surface and epoxy matrix, which by a cation exchange process was grafted on the CF surface. Amino-functionalized nanoclay significantly

  • (PDF) Development of carbon fiber/phenolic resin prepregs

    Asarco et al. [30] fabricated prepregs using carbon nanoclay-modified carbon fiber-phenolic resin by hand-layup and using vacuum bagging technique. Zhou et al. [28] used SiC nanoparticles mixed

  • Hybrid effects of carbon fiber and nanoclay as fillers on

    Waste wood-plastic composite (WPC) was used in this work as a raw material to produce recycled WPCs reinforced with carbon fiber and nanoclay. To evaluate the synergistic effects of carbon fiber and nanoclay, various performances (i.e., microstrucural, mechanical, thermal, water absorption, and electrical properties) were investigated.

  • Hybrid Effects of Carbon Fiber and Nanoclay as Fillers on

    According to mechanical property analysis, hybrid incorporation of carbon fibers and nanoclays improved impact strength, tensile strength, and flexural strength. However, further incorporation of nanoclays reduced the impact strength and did not improve the tensile modulus or the flexural modulus.

  • MECHANICAL AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON/EPOXY NANOCLAY

    (MMT) if any, on the properties of carbon fiber reinforced composites (CFRC) infused with different weight percentages of MMT and exposed to UV radiation and condensation. Composites used in this study were control and with 1- 3 wt. % of nanoclay. Samples were exposed to 15 days of continuous UV radiation and condensation using QUV/SE accelerated weathering system. Mechanical and thermal

  • Effect of Organo-Modified Montmorillonite Nanoclay on

    Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Phenolic Composites Jantrawan Pumchusak 1,2,*, Nonthawat Thajina 1, Watcharakorn Keawsujai 1 and Pattarakamon Chaiwan 1 Citation: Pumchusak, J.; Thajina, N.; Keawsujai, W.; Chaiwan, P. Effect of Organo-Modified Montmorillonite Nanoclay on Mechanical, Thermo-Mechanical, and Thermal Properties of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Phenolic Composites.

  • Carbon fibre surface modification using functionalized

    Abstract Low interface strength is a common challenge in taking full advantage of excellent physical performances of carbon fibre (CF) reinforced polymer composites. Herein, for the first time, we have used amino-functionalized nanoclay as a linkage between CF surface and epoxy matrix, which by a cation exchange process was grafted on the CF surface. Amino-functionalized nanoclay significantly

  • Fatigue damage behaviors of carbon fiber-reinforced

    30/11/2010· The nanoclay, in particular, exhibited ameliorating effects on fracture and fatigue resistance of carbon fiber composites (CFRPs): e.g. increased mode 1 delamination resistance, enhanced impact damage resistance and tolerance and better static and impact fracture toughness.

  • Characterization of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Epoxy

    01/01/2015· In this study, carbon fiber reinforced epoxy composites were modified with 2 wt.% Montmorillonite nanoclay and 0.3 wt.% multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs). 3 point bending test, Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) and low velocity impact test (LVI) were conducted for characterizing modified samples.

  • Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Carbon/Epoxy

    Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Carbon/Epoxy Nanoclay Composites Exposed to Synergistic Effect UV Radiation and Condensation. The use of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites (FRPC) has gained a lot of traction due to the high stiffness, corrosion resistance, light weight and high fatigue performance they offer compared to some metals, and metal alloys.

  • Modeling and Analysis of the Tensile and Flexural

    For an epoxy/carbon fiber/nanoclay/nanosilica quadratic hybrid nanocomposite, the effect of three independent parameters, such as carbon fiber orientation, weight percentage of nanoclay and weight percentage of nanosilica (SiO 2), on the nanocomposite tensile and flexural properties was evaluated.

  • Hybrid Epoxy Composites with Both Powder and Fiber

    The modification of the epoxy matrix mainly leads to an improvement in its adhesion to the layers of reinforcing fibers in the form of laminate fabrics. Some commonly used epoxy matrix modifiers in powder form include carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanoclay, silica, and natural fillers.

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