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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2014, Volume 51, Issue 1,





MAGDALENA ADRIANA LADANIUC, LIVIU DUMITRACHE, RALUCA GABOR, TEODOR SANDU, GHEORGHE HUBCA Study on the Nanoparticles Influence on the Properties of Epoxy Systems


Abstract:
The aim of the present paper was to obtain epoxy nanocomposites reinforced with layered clays type nanofiller. Nanocomposites materials have been obtained through mechanical mixing of resins based on diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (DGEBA) chemically modified with low molecular glycols filled with Cloisit type layered clays and crosslinked using 4,4 ‘diaminodiphenyl metane ( DDM)as curing agent. Epoxy nanocomposites have been obtained and characterized as compared to standard epoxy nanocomposites not only by conventional methods-physical-mechanical properties, but also by DMA tests in order to establish the degree of dispersion of the nanocaly in the epoxy matrix. Flexural strength and impact tests have shown that the reinforcement of composite materials with laminated clays leads to an improvement in their properties as compared to unmodified epoxy systems. Keywords: epoxy nanocomposite, glass transition, dynamical properties, mechanical properties



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Publication date: 2014/3/30
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