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Heat transfer through glassfiber fabrics coated with silicone resin

In the building and construction industry today, weather resistant and flame resistant materials have become fundamental. As such, silicone coated materials have been intensively researched, as they increase a given materials resistivity to heat and flames. Due to complications and time constraints when testing coating ...

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Effective surface treatments for enhancing the thermal conductivity of BN-filled epoxy composite

The purpose of this research was to improve the thermal conductivity of boron-nitride filled epoxy composites. To complete this task, the interfacial adhesion in the composite needed to be improved. This was achieved by employing admicellar polymerization to coat the polystyrene and polymethyl methacrylate, on ...

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Effect of coupling agents on the thermal conductivity of aluminum particle/epoxy resin composites

In this research, the effect of four different coupling agents on the thermal conductivity of an aluminum particle reinforced epoxy composite, was studied. The results concluded that with an increasing concentration of aluminum particles in the epoxy, an increase in the thermal conductivity of the ...

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Effects of carbon fillers in thermally conductive polypropylene based resins

Researchers have determined the potential of increasing the thermal conductivity of insulating polymers by adding conductive fillers. One common application this may be used for, is fuel cell bipolar plates. In this article, researchers tested varying amounts of three different carbon fillers (black carbon, synthetic ...

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Evaluation and identification of electrical and thermal conduction mechanisms in carbon nanotube/epoxy composites

This study primarily focuses on the electrical and thermal conductivity of nanoparticle filled epoxy resins.  Modification of polymers on a nanstructure level has revealed a new world of possibilities for multi-functional materials. Research has found that carbon nanotubes may have the potential to improve mechanical ...

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