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Thermal conductivity and tribological properties of POM-Cu composites

Polyoxymethylene (POM) composites were prepared by using varying concentrations of copper particles and tested thermally via tribologically via an M-2000 friction and abrasion testing machine. A copper concentration below 10 wt.% didn't affect the thermal properties of the POM composite but using higher concentrations resulted in improved thermal conductivities. Using a copper concentration of 25 wt.% resulted in a thermal conductivity value 35.9% higher than unfilled POM. In addition to the improved thermal ...

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Structure and properties of highly oriented polyoxymethylene/multi-walled carbon nanotube composites produced by hot stretching

Using a solid hot stretching technique, highly-oriented polyoxymethyelen (POM)/multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) composites were created. Thermal properties were analyzed both in the stretched and through-plane directions. Researchers found that by increasing the draw ratio, to as high as 900%, the thermal conductivity of the composite has improved in the stretching direction, when compared to the material prior to this process. Researchers also determined that the thermal conductivity of the MWCNTs ...

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Study on the thermal conductive polyoxymethylene/graphite composites

In this research article, the thermal conductivity of a polyoxymethylene (POM)/graphite composite was explored. This composite was prepared through an intense process of four intercalation methods; melt, solution, pan milling and in situ intercalation. Graphite is a thermally conductive material, and therefore, it was no surprise when researchers determined that the thermal conductivity of the POM composite increased with the addition of graphite. Thermal conductivity was also noted to ...

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