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A Study of Thermal Conductivity of Boron-Nitride Epoxy-Matrix Composites

Thermal conductivity of neat-epoxy resin is one of the lowest among all known solid materials. A common method of increasing thermal conductivity is through the addition of filler particles with high thermal conductivity. In this study, epoxy resin composites were studied to assess the possibility ...

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Behavior of intumescent epoxy resins in fireproofing applications

Intumescent epoxy resins are used commercially for fireproofing because of their ability to swell. The swelling action is initiated to shelter the materials beneath the resin from any potential heat source. In this study, the thermal degradation of the intumescent epoxy resins was researched, paying ...

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Thermal properties and moisture absorption of nanofillers-filled epoxy composite thin film for electronic application

The effects of the addition of three different fillers to a polymer matrix on the thermo-physical properties of the resulting composites were investigated by the authors. Boron nitride, synthetic diamond, and silicon nitride were used as the fillers (up to 2 vol. %), and it was found ...

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Rheology and Thermal Conductivity of Diamond Powder-Filled Liquid Epoxy Encapsulants for Electronic Packaging 

Diamond powders with various particle sizes were dispersed in an epoxy resin in an effort to increase its thermal conductivity. Dispersion of a mixture of particle sizes from 1 to 100 µm resulted in a thermal conductivity of 4.1 W/m·K which is a substantial increase in ...

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Thermal contact resistance of epoxy composites incorporated with nano-copper particles and the multi-walled carbon nanotubes

Raw multi-walled carbon nanotubes (r-MWCNTs) and Cu nanoparticles are dispersed in an epoxy matrix in varying quantities to create composite polymers with enhanced thermal conductivities. A study was then conducted to determine if the boundary thermal contact resistance could be reduced by increasing the thermal ...

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