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Title: The effect of thermal history on mechanical properties of woven basalt fabric reinforced poly (butylene terephthalate) composites
Authors: Hao, KA
Cao, HL
Fan, Z
Teng, JG 
Zhou, LM 
Keywords: Cyclic butylenes terephthalate
In situ polymerization
Mechanical properties
Thermal history
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: Fiber impregnation has been the main obstacle for thermoplastic matrix with high viscosity. This problem can be surmounted by adapting low viscous polymeric precursors such as cyclic butylenes terephthalate (CBT) resins, which polymerized to form thermoplastic matrix. Woven basalt fabric reinforced poly (butylenes terephthalate) composites were produced via in situ polymerization. The effect of different thermal history during processing on composites properties was investigated. DSC was used to determine the polymerization and crystallization properties of each condition. Tensile, three point bending, and short-beam shear tests were empolyed to study the mechanical properties with different thermal history.
Description: 18th International Conference on Composites Materials, ICCM 2011, Jeju, 21-26 August 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/12354
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