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effect of water on the fracture of glass-bead / epoxy composites

L.J Hunter

effect of water on the fracture of glass-bead / epoxy composites

by L.J Hunter

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementL.J. Hunter ; supervised by R. Newman.
ContributionsNewman, R., Corrosion and Protection Centre.
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Open LibraryOL20377788M

Lee JJ, Lim JO, Huh JS. Mode II interlaminar fracture behavior of carbon bead-filled epoxy/glass fiber hybrid composite. Polym Compos ; – Srivastava V K, Hogg PJ. Moisture effects on the toughness, mode-I and mode-II of particles filled quasi-isotropic glass-fiber reinforced polyester resin composites. J Mater Sci ;33(5   Comparison of cleavage fracture surfaces for epoxy composites with 50 volume percent glass KIC values as a function of glass bead volume, (∇) untreated glass, Effect of glass volume fraction and water activity on water uptake in a silane treated filled epoxy

@article{osti_, title = {The effect of graphite--epoxy composites on the galvanic corrosion of aerospace alloys. Final report, 1 Jan Apr [Be-Cu]}, author = {Miller, B.A. and Lee, S.G.}, abstractNote = {The galvanic corrosion rates of selected aerospace alloys coupled to graphite-epoxy composite materials (GECM) in aerated neutral (pH7) % NaCl at 22+1 C have been :// The paper investigates the effect of adding a combination of rigid nanoparticles and core-shell rubber nanoparticles on the tensile, fracture mechanics, electrical and thermo-mechanical properties of epoxy resins. SiO2 nanoparticles, multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT’s), as rigid nanofillers, and core-shell rubber (CSR) nanoparticles, as soft nanofillers were used with bisphenol-A-based

  bccm1‐paper‐ elastic behavior of ni‐ti/glass/epoxy beams 15 bccm1‐paper‐ crack path influence on determination of cf/epoxy laminates mode i fracture toughness 16 bccm1‐paper‐ fatigue under shear stress by using the iosipescu method Abstract. Glazed hollow bead, cement, fly ash, and latex powder were used to prepare a glazed hollow bead thermal insulation material by way of compression molding, and the effects of redispersible latex powder on the mechanical properties and water resistance performance of the material were ://


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Effect of water on the fracture of glass-bead / epoxy composites by L.J Hunter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The critical strain energy release rates (G IC) calculated from the K IC and modulus data can be found in Fig. general trend of this figure is the same as that of Fig. 1: fracture toughness increases with increasing glass bead eless, in all systems, as glass bead content increases, the increase of fracture toughness per unit increase of glass bead content becomes smaller The critical stress intensity factor (K IC) and critical strain energy release rate (G IC) of rubber-encapsulated glass bead filled epoxies were found to insignificantly depend on the existence and thickness of rubber interlayers.

Microscopy studies on fracture process identified four different micro-mechanical deformations which can dissipate   Effect of rubber interlayers on the fracture of glass bead/epoxy composites JONGHWI LEE⁄, ALBERT F.

YEEz Macromolecular Science and Engineering Program, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIUSA E-mail: [email protected] The effectiveness of rubber interlayers between inorganic particles and polymer matrix for   The main objective of this experimental investigation is to study the absorption behaviour of fibre-glass reinforced epoxy matrix composite laminates immersed in distilled water, in ambient and 90'C temperatures, and its effect on the mechanical :// The effect of stress on the diffusion of water in glassy polymers is analytically treated.

Utilizing the free volume concept the effect of stress on the free volume fraction is established and in turn is related to the diffusion coefficient yielding the following formula: D σ = D o e (6 to 10)σ/G where D σ and D o are the diffusion coefficients in the presence and absence of stress   This study aimed to investigate the effect of water absorption on the mechanical properties of nano-filler reinforced epoxy nanocomposites as well as to study the influence of different types of nano-fillers such as nano-clay platelets, halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) and nano-silicon carbide (n-SiC) particles on the water absorption behaviour of epoxy based ://   I.

Hot water resistance of glass-fiber and glass-bead reinforced thermoplastics. Polym Compos ;24(1)– [7] Abdel-Magid B, Ziaee S, Gass K, Schneider M. The combined effects of load, moisture and temperature on the properties of E-glass/epoxy composites   Since glass beads have modulus one order of magnitude higher than the epoxy matrix, stress will be concentrated around glass beads in composites, resulting in the initiation of micro-shear banding.

In Fig. 7, there is a micro-shear band around a glass bead at the crack tip region, which is not visible as a sharp dark line in (A), but This study focuses on understanding the effect of cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) on glass fiber/epoxy interfacial interactions.

The glass fibers (GF) were coated with solutions containing cellulose nanomaterial. The parameters that were investigated were the CNC surface chemistry, concentration, and dispersing medium, i.e., aqueous solution only versus ://   Mechanical Properties of Glass Bead-Modified Polymer Composite Polymers & Polymer Composites, Vol.

26, No. 1, 37 in the glass bead/epoxy composites, and their effects on the interfacial adhesion. After surface treatment, the treated particles were mixed with the epoxy resin (LY) and hardener   Purchase Fracture of Polymers, Composites and Adhesives, Volume 27 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN In this study, the effect of the cleaning process on the fracture behavior of particulate composites is investigated using glass bead filled epoxies as model systems.

The cleaning process is shown to be a simple method to strengthen the interface between the glass beads and the epoxy A commercially available epoxy resin was reinforced with 47% by weight of an epoxy-compatible, E-glass woven fabric. Composite samples were soaked for up to 5 months in distilled water, a saturated salt solution (30g/ cc NaCl), a 5-molar NaOH solution, and a 1-molar hydrochloric acid solution.

Aging was conducted at room temperature and at (ASCE)()(61). In this study, the effect of the cleaning process on the fracture behavior of particulate composites is investigated using glass bead filled epoxies as model :// Davies P, Pomiès F, Carlsson LA (b) Influence of water and accelerated aging on the shear fracture properties of glass/epoxy composite.

Appl Compos Mater 3(2)–87 CrossRef Google Scholar Dewimille B, Thoris J, Mailfert R, Bunsell AR () Hydrothermal aging of an unidirectional glass-fibre epoxy composite during water :// Effect of rubber interlayers on the fracture of glass bead/epoxy composites Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Materials Science 36(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads' Abstract.

A significant problem in the microelectronic packaging industry is the presence of moisture-induced failure mechanisms. Moisture is a multi-dimensional concern in packaging, having an adverse effect on package reliability by introducing corrosion, development of hygro-stresses, and degradation of polymers present in the ://   Fracture toughness is generally considered as the main properties of a polymer or a polymer adhesive system for measuring the material resistance to the extension of cracks.

Epoxy adhesives are generally brittle in nature; however, the addition of a second dispersed phase could induce a remarkable increase of damage tolerance performance by an enhancement of the material fracture :// glass-carbon/epoxy laminated composites.

The fracture mechanisms in fiber-polymer composites are a function of temperature and environment. The damage mechanisms are time-dependent processes and they are responsible for the time sensitivity of the constitutive and fracture behavior.

Figures 1and 2 are revealing matrix cracking ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf. Buehler F U, Seferis J C. Effect of reinforcement and solvent content on moisture absorption in epoxy composite materials. Composites: Part A.

; 31(7) [ Links ] Wang J -Y, Ploehn H J. Dynamic Mechanical Analysis of the effect of water on glass bead-epoxy composites. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. ; ?script=sci_arttext&pid=S. Kovarik and Engle () evaluated long-term aging in water and air of dental composites.

The fracture toughness for dry specimens at 7 days was ± MPa-m 1/2 and at 4 years ± MPa-m 1/2 and for wet specimens at 7 days ± MPa-m 1/2 and at 4 years ± MPa-m 1/://2 days ago  CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title.

CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of The glass‐transition behaviors of several epoxy nanocomposites have been investigated with modulated differential scanning calorimetry.

The effect of the filler size, filler loading, and dispersion conditions of the nanofillers on the glass‐transition temperature (T g) have been