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Boosting both flame retardancy and mechanical properties of carbon fiber/epoxy composites via polycyclic phosphorus-nitrogen imidazole derivative

The right flame retardant CF/EP-PNB composites have excellent flame retardancy and unique mechanical properties, and they are very portable.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022CPL...80539946L/abstract


Bioconfined SnS 2 N-doped carbon fibers with multiwall robust structure for boosting sodium storage

Biosynthetic materials' development is a front research area that has a significant potential to produce electrode materials with improved endurance for energy storage. Here, we demonstrate a dual-carbon layer approach for building SnS 2 composite electrode material, in which nitrogen doped carbon fibers obtained from fungus and PDA carbon layer function as both confined template and reinforced layer.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022ApSS..60554633W/abstract


Optimizing Mechanical and Biotribological Properties of Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Composites by Applying Interconnected Graphene Interface

Because the stress transfer from the matrix to the fibers is through the interface, the interface is crucial for the short-term and long-term success of carbon fiber-epoxy-hydroxyapatite composites for orthopedic implant applications. The effects of IGE on the morphology and microstructure of hydroxyapatite coating, as well as the mechanical and biotribological properties of CHE were investigated. The tensile strength of IGE modified CHE increased by 21. 9 percent in comparison to CHE, and the wear rate of IGE modified CHE dropped by 93. 4 percent. IGE-CHE, which has excellent mechanical and biotribological characteristics, has the potential for bone replacement and bone fracture plate.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022ApSS..60454432N/abstract


Propagation of PAMAM dendrimers on the carbon fiber surface by in situ polymerization: a novel methodology for fiber/matrix composites

Dendrimers were propagated on the surface of carbon fibers by in situ polymerization with Michael addition. In addition, the degree of fiber-matrix adhesion was determined by the interlaminar shear strength test. Experimental findings showed that some dendritic polymer was successfully grown on the fiber surface by chemical reaction, which dramatically increased the interfacial bonding of the carbon fiber composites.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015ApSS..359..812Z/abstract


MoS 2 -Decorated/Integrated Carbon Fiber: Phase Engineering Well-Regulated Microwave Absorber

By presenting a comparative report between 1T/2H MoS 2 and 2H MoS 2, we reveal the EMW absorption mechanism of single MoS 2 is revealed. As a result, 1T/2H MoS 2 with the matrix loading of 15% has a greater microwave absorption rate than 2H MoS 2. This paper provides the needed information to enhance microwave absorption by phase engineering and design of a new type of portable microwave absorption materials.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021NML....13..114Y/abstract


Prediction of static strength properties of carbon fiber-reinforced composite using artificial neural network

The model incorporates experimental results obtained from Composite Materials Handbook, Volume 2-Polymer Matrix composites material properties, as well as the experimental results obtained from the Composite Materials Handbook. The data for unidirectional carbon fiber reinforced composite, which represents the mean value obtained from experimentally tested specimens in batches, is extracted. The ANN model's output is the strength of the composite. The trend analysis with respect to the input parameters is also carried out to see that the model accurately represents CFRP's mechanics-based behavior.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022MSMSE..30g5001S/abstract


Compression performance and analytical model of hexagonal-core sandwich panels fabricated by 3D printed continuous carbon fiber-reinforced thermosetting epoxy composites

Due to their excellent features, such as light weight and high durability, Composite sandwich structures are widely used in a variety of industries. The effect of the scaling effects, that is, the side length and layer thickness, on the compression results of these structures' compression results was investigated. The experimental findings revealed that the specific strengths of three different hexagonal-core sandwich panels with various side lengths of 5 mm, 10 mm, and 20 mm side lengths were roughly maintained at 0. 018 MPa/.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022MRE.....9h5303X/abstract


Enhanced interfacial properties of carbon Fiber/Polyamide composites by In-situ synthesis of polyamide 6 on carbon fiber surface

Poor temperature resistance and incompatibility with polyamide resin are two main features of commercial carbon fiber sizing agents, which adversely affects the interfacial properties of CF/polyamide composites. The interfacial shear strength and interlaminar shear strength of PCF-20/PA6 composites increased by 49. 92 percent and 31. 9 percent, respectively, relative to the deconstructed CF/PA6 composites. The interface photo displayed that the high interfacial wettability of PA6 coating on CF surface results in mechanical mesh between fiber and resin, which is the primary reason for the increase of composite interfacial properties.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022ApSS..59953889S/abstract


Establishment of a novel hierarchical structure based on metal-organic framework on the surface of carbon fibers for improving interfacial properties

The results of carbon fiber reinforced composite composites are positively connected to the interphase properties between resin and carbon fiber, according to the results. The modified T700 CF's interfacial shear strength and transverse fiber bundle tensile strength were up 64. 7 percent and 51. 8 percent, respectively, when compared to the commercial CFs.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JSSCh.31423392G/abstract


Artificial neural network for predicting the mechanical performance of additive manufacturing thermoset carbon fiber composite materials

Although additive manufacturing has drew considerable attention in recent years to produce advanced composite structures as in reinforced carbon fiber composites, it is impossible to regulate fiber content within the composites to obtain tailored material properties, particularly at high loads of fibers. In this case, a custom neural network was therefore developed to predict the mechanical characteristics of 3D printing thermoset carbon fiber composites at any carbon fiber percentage. Also when working with small experimental data, the developed ANN system consisted of three model techniques for predicting the bending strain as well as the flexural modulus of the thermoset carbon fiber composites. This would increase the likelihood of such composites in 3D printing with minimal experimental study to optimize the fiber composition for the desired overall mechanical results.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JMBM...31...54N/abstract

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