Fracture Behavior of Functionalized Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes Reinforced Polyethylene Fibers Composites by Melt Spinning

【Author】

Joohyuk Park;Abu Bakar Sulong;

【Abstract】

<正>The global market for chemical fibers and yarns is steadily increasing with growing world population,causing the demand for new industrial fibers with special and improved properties to emerge.Addition of fillers is widely applied to make polymer matrix composites(PMCs) electrically conductive and improves their mechanical properties.To produce the fibers with

【Keywords】

Nano-scaled fillers;;Polymer matrix composites(PMCs);;Fracture behavior

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