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Analysis of carbon nanotube pull-out from a polymer matrix
S. J. V. Frankland
by ICASE, NASA Langley Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Hampton, VA, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||S.J.V. Frankland, V.M. Harik.|
|Series||ICASE report -- no. 2002-23., [NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR-2002-211743., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-211743.|
|Contributions||Harik, Vasyl Michael., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.|
|The Physical Object|
Supercapacitance from Cellulose and Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposite FibersCited by: Chawla R. and Sharma S.(), “Molecular dynamics simulation of carbon nanotube pull-out from polyethylene matrix”, Composite Science and Technology, Vol. , pp. Journal of Composite Materials.
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Molecular dynamics simulations of carbon nanotube (NT) pull-out from a polymer matrix are carried out. As the NT pull-out develops, variations in the displacement and velocities of the NT are. Get this from a library. Analysis of carbon nanotube pull-out from a polymer matrix.
[S J V Frankland; Vasyl Michael Harik; Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.]. Recently, the influence of carbon nanotube pull-out from a polymer matrix was studied by Chawla and Sharma 8.
Their results show the decrease in young's modulus with increasing carbon nanotube. Densely packed, highly strain sensitive carbon nanotube composites with sufficient polymer penetration. It is known that, the interphase zone between nanotube and polymer matrix has an essential role in determining both the mechanical and electrical properties of nanocomposites.
Therefore, the composites obtained comprehensive advantages Author: Xiaohua Liu, Baochun Wei, Farial Islam Farha, Wei Liu, Wuzhou Li, Yiping Qiu, Fujun Xu. Hybrid Polymer Composite Materials: Properties and Characterisation presents the latest on these composite materials that can best be described as materials that are comprised of synthetic polymers and biological/inorganic/organic derived constituents.
The combination of unique properties that emerge as a consequence of the particular. Modeling the Stress Transfer between Carbon Nanotubes and a Polymer Matrix during Cyclic Deformation. Frankland, S.J.V., Harik, V.M.: Analysis of carbon nanotube pull-out from a polymer matrix.
Surf. Sci. L Young R.J. () Modeling the Stress Transfer between Carbon Nanotubes and a Polymer Matrix during Cyclic Deformation. Cited by: 6. A 3D-RVE (three-dimensional representative volume element) consisting of epoxy matrix, a single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) (8,8), and the interface between them is generated.
Finite-element modeling is used to calculate the Young’s modulus of the nanocomposites. Single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) reinforced polymer composite membranes have been fabricated using the electrospinning technique.
Nanofibers with a diameter in the range 50− nm were obtained by electrospinning SWNT-filled polystyrene composites. TEM observations revealed incorporation of small SWNT bundles oriented parallel to the nanofiber axis.
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have unique structures and properties that could be advantageous in forming composites for structural applications [1,2], flexible sensing substrates , and multi-functional devices .The ultimate tensile strength (UTS) of a carbon nanotube has been measured to be GPa .Typical multi-walled carbon nanotubes and bundles have strengths between 20 and 80 GPa.
carbon nanotube fiber epoxy composite - Chemistry bibliographies - in Harvard style. Change style Analysis of carbon nanotube pull-out from a polymer matrix - Surface Science Your Bibliography: Frankland, S. and Harik, V., Analysis of carbon nanotube pull-out from a polymer matrix.
Surface Science, (), pp.L Amino-modified double wall carbon nanotube (DWCNT-NH 2)/carbon fiber (CF)/epoxy hybrid micro-nanocomposite laminates were prepared by a resin infusion technique.
DWCNT-NH 2 /epoxy nanocomposites and carbon fiber/epoxy microcomposites were made for comparison. Morphological analysis of the hybrid composites was performed using field emission scanning electron by: Carbon Nanotube Polymer Composites: Recent Developments in Mechanical Properties Frankland, S.
& Harik, V. Analysis of carbon nanotube pull- out from a polymer matrix. Surf. Sci. LL (). Carbon Nanotube Polymer Composites: Recent Developments in Mechanical Properties. In: Mark J.E. (eds) Physical Properties of Cited by: 6. Title: Anchoring Effect on the Mechanical Properties of CNTs Grown Carbon Fiber/Polymer Matrix Multi-Scale Composites VOLUME: 5 ISSUE: 3 Author(s):S.
Sharma and S. Lakkad Affiliation:Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India. Keywords:Carbon fibers, carbon nanotubes, composites, surface morphology, electron microscopy, Cited by: 2. A carbon nanotube/polymer strain sensor with linear and anti-symmetric piezoresistivity.
Compos. Mater45, – [Google Scholar] Oliva-Avilés, A.I.; Avilés, F.; Sosa, V. Electrical and piezoresistive properties of multi-walled carbon nanotube/polymer composite films aligned by an electric field.
Carbon49, –Cited by: A Hybrid Numerical-Analytical Method for Modeling the Viscoelastic Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites Hua Liu. Analysis of Carbon Nanotube Pull-Out From a Polymer Matrix,” Surf. Sci. A Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of the Viscoelastic Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites,”Cited by: Traditional single-fiber pull-out type experiments were conducted on individual multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNT) embedded in an epoxy matrix using a novel technique.
Remarkably, the results are qualitatively consistent with the predictions of continuum fracture mechanics models. Unstable interface crack propagation occurred at short MWNT embedments, which essentially exhibited a linear load Cited by: Polymer nanocomposites reinforced with carbon-based nanofillers are gaining increasing interest for a number of applications due to their excellent properties.
The understanding of the reinforcing mechanisms is, therefore, very important for the maximization of performance. This present review summarizes the Recent Open Access Articles Recent Review Articles.
One of the major factors that influence bulk-level mechanical properties of nanocomposites is the interfacial region, a thin area in the polymer adjacent to the nanofillers, which is structurally different from that of the bulk polymer as revealed from atomistic simulations and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image [1,5,13].Because it is a challenge to characterize mechanical Cited by: 8.
Two common cases were studied: the pull-out of a complete CNT from a polymer matrix in a CNT/polymer nanocomposite and the pull-out of the broken outer walls of a CNT from the intact inner walls (i.e., the sword-in-sheath mode) in a CNT/alumina nanocomposite.
In this paper, we present results for polymer nanocomposites of poly‐ (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) and amide‐functionalized SWNTs. The results demonstrate that even at very lo. Main Carbon Nanotube Enhanced Aerospace Composite Materials: A New Generation of Multifunctional Hybrid Structural.
Due to the technical work on the site downloading books (as well as file conversion and sending books to email/kindle) may be unstable from May, 27 to May, 28 Also, for users who have an active donation now, we will extend the.Aluminum alloy (Al-alloy) reinforced with Single walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT), which represents an important industrial application, is studied.
Different beam theories (BT) are applied to investigate functionally graded (FG) beams made of Al-alloy reinforced with randomly oriented, straight and long SWNT. The Rayleigh-Ritz method is used to estimate the beam by: 1.
The properties of aramid fibers make them suitable for use in numerous industries. Aramid fibers are employed in cables, optical fibers, ballistics, conveyer and transmission belts, linear tension members, tires, and cut and heat protection .Owing to their stiffness, low density, and noble resistance to crack, these fibers are widely utilized in transportation and marine industries for Cited by: 5.