Development of nanoscale interfacial morphology in polymer-based nano-carbon hybrid structures for stress transfer improvement

Marilyn L. Minus, Yiying Zhang, Kenan Song, Jiang Sha Meng, Emily C. Green

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Abstract

Composites based on carbonaceous materials and polymers have been researched since the production of carbon fibers in the 1960s, leading to disruptive technological changes in the field of materials science. Today micro- and nano-scale carbon materials have opened new directions within this field to produce composites for high-performance applications. This work outlines in-situ analysis of the POLYMER-NANO interfacial zones in the composite as a function of nano-carbon structures. Stress transfer analysis of the composite interface couples nano-carbon structure with morphology and mechanical performance. This work addresses fundamental issues for materials design toward commercialization of polymer-based nano-composites meant for high-performance technologies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Dec 1 2011
Externally publishedYes
EventEUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: Nov 14 2011Nov 15 2011

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OtherEUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period11/14/1111/15/11

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Polymers
Carbon
Composite materials
Materials science
Carbon fibers

Keywords

  • ANTEC
  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Composite
  • Crystallization
  • Graphene nano-ribbons

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Polymers and Plastics

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Minus, M. L., Zhang, Y., Song, K., Meng, J. S., & Green, E. C. (2011). Development of nanoscale interfacial morphology in polymer-based nano-carbon hybrid structures for stress transfer improvement. Paper presented at EUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST, Barcelona, Spain.

Development of nanoscale interfacial morphology in polymer-based nano-carbon hybrid structures for stress transfer improvement. / Minus, Marilyn L.; Zhang, Yiying; Song, Kenan; Meng, Jiang Sha; Green, Emily C.

2011. Paper presented at EUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST, Barcelona, Spain.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Minus, ML, Zhang, Y, Song, K, Meng, JS & Green, EC 2011, 'Development of nanoscale interfacial morphology in polymer-based nano-carbon hybrid structures for stress transfer improvement' Paper presented at EUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST, Barcelona, Spain, 11/14/11 - 11/15/11, .
Minus ML, Zhang Y, Song K, Meng JS, Green EC. Development of nanoscale interfacial morphology in polymer-based nano-carbon hybrid structures for stress transfer improvement. 2011. Paper presented at EUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST, Barcelona, Spain.
Minus, Marilyn L. ; Zhang, Yiying ; Song, Kenan ; Meng, Jiang Sha ; Green, Emily C. / Development of nanoscale interfacial morphology in polymer-based nano-carbon hybrid structures for stress transfer improvement. Paper presented at EUROTEC 2011 Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST, Barcelona, Spain.
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