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Reinforcing of thermoplastic polycarbonate and polysulfone with carbon fibers

Erich Fitzer

Reinforcing of thermoplastic polycarbonate and polysulfone with carbon fibers

production and characteristics of ud-compound objects

by Erich Fitzer

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reinforced thermoplastics.,
  • Carbon fibers.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementE. Fitzer and H. Jaeger.
    SeriesNASA technical translation -- NASA TT-20158., NASA technical translation -- 20158.
    ContributionsJaeger, H., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15284945M

    The production time of the total two steps is within 1 minute. The deformation of the carbon fiber and plastic during the press forming is investigated with relation to punch and die cushion loads. The cross section of the formed material is also observed to investigate the arrangement of carbon fibers and their contact situation with the plastic. JPB2 JPA JPA JPB2 JP B2 JP B2 JP B2 JP A JP A JP A JP A JP A JP A JP B2 JP B2 JP B2 Authority JP Japan Prior art keywords resin fiber bundle step crosslinkable layer Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is .

    The most compelling thermoplastic composite technology for automotive use has come from carbon fiber manufacturer Teijin, which worked with General Motors to develop what it calls Sereebo. This automotive panel in the Teijin stand at JEC is designed to demonstrate the deep-draw, high-detail capabilities of the company's thermoplastic-based. Dr. Dmitri Kopeliovich Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) is a Polymer Matrix Composite material reinforced by carbon fibers.. The reinforcing dispersed phase may be in form of either continuous or discontinuous carbon fibers of diameter about ” (10 mkm) commonly woven into a cloth.. Carbon fibers are very expensive but they possess the highest specific (divided by weight.

    S. Fu, B. Lauke, E. Mäder, X. Hu and C. Yue, "Fracture resistance of short-glass-fiber-reinforced and short-carbon-fiber-reinforced polypropylene under Charpy impact load and its dependence on processing," Journal of Materials Processing Technology, pp. , Flax and other plant fibers mainly consist of cellulose, hemi-cellulose and lignin. Though apart from these, the plant fibers also consist of pectin, water solubles, moisture, fat and wax. The proportion of these components in a fiber depends on the age, source of the fiber and the extraction conditions used to obtain the fibers (Hearle et al.


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Reinforcing of thermoplastic polycarbonate and polysulfone with carbon fibers by Erich Fitzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Reinforcing of thermoplastic polycarbonate and polysulfone with carbon fibers: production and characteristics of ud-compound objects. [Erich Fitzer; H Jaeger; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Abstract. In recent years the market for advanced composite preparation was oversupplied by thermoplastics as a new group of matrix systems.

1–4 Within these polymers polycarbonate PC and polysulfone PSU seem to be most suitable for carbon fibre reinforced thermoplastics at cryogenic temperature application because of their highest tensile strains up to K.

5 In this temperature Author: E. Fitzer, G. Hannes, H. Jäger. Carbon fiber reinforced polymer (American English), Carbon fibre reinforced polymer (Commonwealth English), or carbon fiber reinforced plastic, or carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic (CFRP, CRP, CFRTP, or often simply carbon fiber, carbon composite, or even carbon), is an extremely strong and light fiber-reinforced plastic which contains carbon fibers.

Fiber reinforced composites can be classified into four groups according to their matrices: metal matrix composites (MMCs), ceramic matrix composites (CMCs), carbon/carbon composites (C/C), and polymer matrix composites (PMCs) or polymeric composites (Fig.

).Matrix, which has the primary role of holding the reinforcement together, is considered also as resin especially in the case of polymers. RTP Company Introduces Ultra Performance Series of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Compounds.

WINONA, MINNESOTA, USA– Global custom engineered thermoplastics compounder RTP Company has elevated the mechanical properties of its industry-leading portfolio of high temperature structural products to include new “ultra performance” compounds based on carbon. Continuous use temperature, according to UL Methodis degrees F ( degrees C) for 40% glass reinforced polysulfone.

The addition of glass fibers to polysulfone results in nearly a twofold increase in tensile, flexural and compressive strengths and threefold increases in modulus values.

Glass reinforcement lowers mold shrinkage. CHARACTERIZATION OF CARBON FIBER REINFORCED POLYETHERIMIDE THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITES USING MECHANICAL AND ULTRASONIC METHODS by Mohannad ALHaidri The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Under the Supervision of Professor Dr.

Rani El Hajjar Continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastics (CFRT) have the potential for being a mass. > Thermoplastic Up Three > Otherwise Unclassified Thermoplastic Up Two > PC Up One. material (2, in this case) are not shown. For each property being compared, the top bar is PC and the bottom bar is PSU.

Polycarbonate (PC) Polysulfone (PSU) Metric Units US Customary Units. Mechanical Properties. Elongation at Break, % to to The evolution of carbon fibre/thermoplastic (CF/TP) composites is being facilitated by the previous development of similar materials wherein glass fibres provided the reinforcement.

CF/TP moulding. Polysulfone (PSU), Glass Fiber Reinforcement, Udel GF, resin is a 30% glass fiber reinforced polysulfone compound. Glass fiber substantially increases the rigidity, tensile strength, creep resistance, dimensional stability and chemical. Carbon fibers are one of the strongest known materials today.

In the early s they were highlighted as a “Rider of a New Industrial Revolution” and as an initiator of a new “Carbon Age”. The invention relates to the field of damage and impact tolerant carbon-fiber-reinforced composites (CFRC) and more particularly for structural aerospace applications.

The initiation and propagation of damage ultimately results in failure of aerospace structural components. Typical structural repairs often result in damaging practices, where material is ground away and holes are drilled to.

Thermoplastic Polysulfone (PSF) Last modified: /08/04 by dmitri_kopeliovich Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike License.

Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics Article (PDF Available) in Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Product Research and Development 15(2) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Carbon fiber is an advanced material ten times stronger than steel at only a quarter of its weight.

CFRP, a composite material made of carbon fiber and plastic, has the added advantage of being highly resistant to deformation and to both acid and alkaline corrosion. Co-mingling thermoplastic fibers with a reinforcing fiber, potentially, can enable better wetting by reducing the distance the matrix needs to flow.

This could result in shorter cycle times and better consolidation at lower temperatures and pressures. In this study, a polyetherimide (PEI). Reinforcing of thermoplastic polycarbonate and polysulfone with carbon fibers: production and characteristics of ud-compound objects by by. Light-Weighting with Engineered Thermoplastic Compounds Including Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Fibers (Glass) Aspect Ratio = PP PP + 40% Glass Fiber Specific Gravity Tensile Polysulfone (PSU) Amorphous Nylon Polycarbonate (PC).

Overview of materials for Polycarbonate, Carbon + Glass Fiber Reinforced, This property data is a summary of similar materials in the MatWeb database for the category "Polycarbonate, Carbon + Glass Fiber Reinforced". Each property range of values.

Flexile™ Thermoplastic Prepreg Products Vector Systems products incorporate continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastic prepregs for use in lightweight structural applications. The resulting composite materials can be tailored for exceptional toughness, environmental resistance, vibration dampening, low flammability characteristics, high wear.

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. WHITEPAPER: Aero and Auto Lightweighting Sierra’s advanced carbon fiber/thermoplastic composite truck bed and the Ford F with its pound-lighter aluminum frame. Ford took a big step into the unknown when replacing steel with military-grade aluminum, but the risk paid off and F sales reached an all-time high after the.Carbon fibers are good electrical conductors with electrical resistivities ranging from × 10 −6 Ωm to 18 × 10 −6 Ωm [1–3].Increases in purity of carbon fibers increase both electrical and thermal conductivity in addition to increased modulus [].Typical carbon fiber composites with an electrically insulating polymer matrix provide controlled electrical conductivity that is highest.Synthetic fibers are comprised of tens to thousands of single fibers or filaments having diameters in the range of about 5–20 μm (e.g., carbon fibers can have 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 12, 24, 48k, or 50k filaments with diameters of 5–7 μm and ranges from standard strength, intermediate modulus, and ultra-high modulus).