Studies on Impact Toughening and Thermal Properties of Nylon
Studies on Impact Toughening and Thermal Properties of Nylon-6/LDPE-g-MAH Blends Article in Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering 45(9):1039-1046 · September 2006 with 42 Reads
Toughening of nylon 6 with grafted rubber impact modifiers
Imidized acrylic polymers (IA) represent a successful example of such additives that improve the dispersion of ABS in the nylon 6 matrix and render the blends tough. This article examines the possibility of toughening nylon 6 with ethylene/propylene/diene elastomer grafted with SAN copolymer (EPDM‐g‐SAN).
A study on the thermal and physical properties of nylon
A study on the thermal and physical properties of nylon fabric treated by metal sputtering (Al, Cu, Ni) Hye Ree Han and Jong Jun Kim Textile Research Journal 2017 88 : 21 , 2397-2414
Impact fracture morphology of nylon 6 toughened with a
This study aimed at using scanning electron microscopy to study the Izod impact fracture surface morphology of super‐tough nylon 6 blends prepared by blending nylon 6 with a maleic anhydride‐grafted polyethylene‐octene elastomer (POE) in the presence of a multifunctional epoxy resin (CE‐96) as compatibilizer.
Effects of Nylon 6,6 nanofibrous mats on thermal properties
Nylon 6,6 nanofibers on the curing behavior of the matrix and on the thermal and dynamic mechanical properties of the cured resin was investigated. These properties were related to the features of the epoxy resin and of the resin impregnated nanofibrous mat. Finally, the delamination behavior of the composite lam-
Thermal Properties and Crystallite Morphology of Nylon 66
In this study, our work was focused on the thermal properties of nylon 66 modified with liquid crystalline epoxy resin (M1). 3,3′,5,5′-Tetramethylbiphenyl-4,4′-diylbis(4-(oxiran-2-ylmethoxy) benzoate) (M1) was synthesized with a high efficient and economical method .
Thermal, mechanical and rheological properties of polylactide
Tanrattanakul et al. used ENR as toughening agent for nylon 6. In that report, they mentioned that the epoxy groups in ENR could interact with the terminal carboxylic groups in PLA. In relation to our study, ENR could act as a good toughening agent for PLA after melt blending with PLA.
Toughening of glass fiber reinforced Nylon 66 with EPDMMAH
A study on the kinetic behaviour and thermo-mechanical properties of nanoclay reinforced unsaturated polyester resin prepared under high shear conditions; Morphology, thermal properties and mechanical relaxations of metallocene syndiotactic polypropylenes
High‐impact toughness poly(vinyl chloride)/(α‐methylstyrene
The toughening mechanism varied from “shear yielding” to “craze with shear yielding,” which depended on the content of ACR. This study presents the finding that addition of ACR drastically improved impact toughness without sacrificing any heat resistance, and the enhanced impact strength could be at the same level of supertough nylon.
Influence of epoxidized natural rubber on the phase structure
were used to reinforce nylon 6 with ENR used as toughening agent.13 It was observed that the addition of ENR to an already optimized nylon–halloysite composite resulted to a decrease in the tensile and exural properties but a successive improve-ment in impact strength with increasing ENR content. At 5 and
FTIR and Thermal Studies on Nylon-66 and 30% Glass Fibre
FTIR and Thermal Studies on Nylon-66 25 Thermoanalytical techniques are used for characterization of glass transition and melting temperatures, thermal stability and other properties as a function of temperature of polymers and fibres 9. Thermogravimetric analysis was carried out in a high resolution
Mechanical Enhancement and Thermal Stability of Composites
 D. Yuan, B. Wang, L. Wang, Y. Wang and Z. Zhou, Unusual toughening effect of graphene oxide on the graphene oxide/nylon 11 composites prepared by in situ melt polycondensation, Com Part B Eng. 55 (2013) 215-220. DOI: 10.1016/j.compositesb.2013.05.055