Last edited by Zuluhn
Sunday, July 12, 2020 | History

2 edition of Epoxy resin / polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks found in the catalog.

Epoxy resin / polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks

J. G. Cracknell

Epoxy resin / polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks

the effect of curing and composition on structure and properties.

by J. G. Cracknell

  • 215 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (D. Phil.) - University of Ulster, 1993.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19839293M

Claims 1. A composition capable of forming a semi-interpenetrating polymer network comprising at least one epoxy monomer containing a plurality of internal epoxy structures in an amount of from 5% by weight to 95%. 5% to 95% by weight of at least one olefin monomer forming a comonomer mixture with the epoxy monomer; and to promote formation of the semi-interpenetrating network under ambient Author: ディー. メイヤー,スティーブン, アイ. ワーグナー,マーク. As the epoxy content increased, the tensile strength of the interpenetrating polymer networks or the graft networks (in which some grafting reaction has taken place between polyurethane and the pendant hydroxyl group of epoxy) by:

Carraher, Jr. --Phenolic Interpenetrating Polymer Networks for Laminate Applications / K. Yamamoto --Rodlike, cross-Linked, Flexible Polyimide Semi-interpenetrating Polymer Network Composites: Miscibility and Properties / Moonhor Ree --Phase Morphology of Simultaneous Interpenetrating Polymer Networks: Effect of Differences of Component. A method for joining sections of coated pipe comprises providing two sections of metal pipe, each section of metal pipe having at least a first polymeric coating on its outer surface. The first polymeric coating comprises a first polymer coating selected from the group consisting of a first epoxy/olefin interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) layer, a thermoplastic layer, and a thermosetting by:

  A series of interpenetrating polymer networks (IPNs) based on epoxy (EP) resin and polyurethane (PU) prepolymer derived from soybean oil-based polyols with different mass ratios were synthesized. The structure, thermal properties, damping properties, tensile properties, and morphology of soybean oil-based PU/EP IPNs were characterized by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, Cited by: Boogh A, Pettersson B, Månson J-AE () Hyperbranched polymers as tougheners for epoxy resins. Polymer – CrossRef Google Scholar Bucknall CB, Gilbert AH () Toughening tetrafunctional epoxy resins using polyetherimide.


Share this book
You might also like
Mid-decade census.

Mid-decade census.

Mosuthas magic

Mosuthas magic

Encouragements promised to reformation

Encouragements promised to reformation

geology of gold deposits

geology of gold deposits

Wild Drumalbain

Wild Drumalbain

Sleeper

Sleeper

Boundary elements and other mesh reduction methods XXXIII

Boundary elements and other mesh reduction methods XXXIII

administration of India under Lord Lansdowne, 1888-1894

administration of India under Lord Lansdowne, 1888-1894

Pumicestone Passage

Pumicestone Passage

Cases and applications in dBase III plus

Cases and applications in dBase III plus

essence of Japanese cuisine

essence of Japanese cuisine

sociological perspective of sport

sociological perspective of sport

Venetian embroidered altar frontal

Venetian embroidered altar frontal

Epoxy resin / polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks by J. G. Cracknell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Polyurethane is a versatile thermoplastic polymer with a range of characteristics (tensile strength, chemical resistance, Epoxy resin / polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks book stability, and processability) as coating, elastomer, foam, and fiber for technical application.

Epoxy resin, on the other hand, is thermoset having fine mechanical, chemical, and adhesion properties to be utilized as adhesives, coatings, and matrix for advanced Cited by: 4. Epoxy resin/polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks The effect of curing and composition on structure and properties.

By J.G Cracknell. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:DX / BLDSC - British Author: J.G Cracknell. For the study on the microstructures of the hybrid nanocomposites, they are comprised of polyethersulphone/epoxy semi‐interpenetrating network matrices and orderly exfoliated organoclay.

The hybrid nanocomposites had good thermal performance, high tensile properties and Cited by: 8. Polyurethane/epoxy interpenetrating polymer network Due to high modulus, strength, and mechanical properties, epoxy resins have been used in high‐performance structural : Ayesha Kausar.

A curable composition comprises to 50 weight percent of a curable epoxy resin, the weight percent being based on the total resin composition, an effective mount of a curative for the curable epoxy resin, 50 to weight percent of at least one of a fully prepolymerized hydrocarbon polyolefin resin and a fully prepolymerized functionalized polyolefin resin, the weight percent being based Cited by: A novel fluorinated epoxy resin monomer with the similar structure with SNF-PAEK was designed and synthesized as the cross-linking reagent.

4,4’-(Hexafluoroisopropylidene) diphenol ( g, 4 mmol) was dissolved in epoxy chloropropane (20 mL), and tetrabutylammonium bromide ( g) was added in the system as the by: 1.

The modifications of properties of some semi-interpenetrating polymer networks based on aromatic polyurethane and a crosslinked epoxy resin, during UV irradiation with a mercury lamp (λ > nm. Photomobile materials with interpenetrating polymer networks composed of liquid-crystalline and amorphous polymers.

Journal of Materials Chemistry C3 (31), DOI: /C5TCA. Ecaterina Stela Dragan. Advances in interpenetrating polymer network hydrogels and their applications. Interpenetrating polymer networks (IPNs) are a combination of two or more polymers in networks where a partial interlacing on the molecular scale is present in the matrix.

There is no covalent bonding and therefore the polymers cannot be separated unless the chemical bonds are broken (Fig.

).Thus the mixtures of two prepared polymers, networked without any interlacing, are not generally. Interpenetrating Polymer Networks from Castor Oil Polyurethane and Vinyl Copolymers Peiwen Tan Chap DOI: /bach Publication Date (Print): May 5,   Semi-interpenetrating polymer networks (Semi-IPNs) based on fluorine-containing polyacrylate and epoxy resin were synthesized by the simultaneous polymeriz Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometry and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) analyses proved that the fluorine-containing groups have been introduced into Semi-IPNs by: 8.

Epoxy resin/polyethersulphone semi-interpenetrating polymer networks: the effect of curing and composition on structure and properties. Author: Cracknell, John Gordon. ISNI: Awarding Body: New University of Ulster. Constantin N. Cascaval, Constantin Ciobanu, Dan Rosu and Liliana Rosu, Polyurethane–epoxy maleate of bisphenol a semi‐interpenetrating polymer networks, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 83, 1, (), ().

Evaluation of a pH-sensitive semi-interpenetrating polymer network for control of GI drug delivery. International Journal of Pharmaceutics(1), DOI: /S(96)X. Thermoplastic polyimide (TPI) was synthesized via a traditional one-step method using 2,3,3′,4′-biphenyltetracarboxylic dianhydride (3,4′-BPDA), 4,4′-oxydianiline (4,4′-ODA), and 2,2′-bis(trifluoromethyl)benzidine (TFMB) as the monomers.

A series of semi-interpenetrating polymer networks (semi-IPNs) were produced by dissolving TPI in bisphenol A dicyanate (BADCy), followed Cited by: 2. Morphology, toughness mechanism, and thermal properties of hyperbranched epoxy modified diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (DGEBA) interpenetrating polymer networks.

Polymers for Advanced Technologiesn/a-n/a. DOI: /pat Yihong Huang, Qingchun Fan, Chaobo Xiao. Miscibility and properties of semi-interpenetrating polymer networks Cited by:   Preparation and properties of organoclay/polyethersulphone/epoxy hybrid nanocomposites Preparation and properties of organoclay/polyethersulphone/epoxy hybrid nanocomposites Wang, Yang; Ma, Xia; Zhang, Boming INTRODUCTION Epoxy resins are widely used as the matrices of fiber‐reinforced polymer composites and structural.

When a polymer with linear structure is entangled at molecular scale in the network of another polymer with cross-linked structure a semi-interpenetrating polymer network (S-IPN) is formed. S-IPN structures obtained between thermosetting resins such as epoxy resins or modified epoxy resins and elastomeric materials such as polyurethanes are Cited by: A curable composition comprises to 50 weight percent of a curable epoxy resin, the weight percent being based on the total resin composition, an effective amount of a curative for the curable epoxy resin, 50 to weight percent of at least one of a fully prepolymerized hydrocarbon polyolefin resin and a fully prepolymerized functionalized polyolefin resin, the weight percent being based Cited by:   The isothermal photopolymerization kinetics of a dimethacrylate and the thermal cure of an epoxy/anhydride mixture have been investigated separately and within the dimethacrylate/epoxy IPN using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and near-infrared spectroscopy (NIR).

This combination of cross-linkable resins permits the partial or complete cure of each Cited by:. The simultaneous interpenetrating polymer networks of epoxy and PMS were prepared by adding various amounts of N-phenylmaleimide and styrene (equimolar) to the epoxy resin at room temperature.

After mixing thoroughly, fixed amounts of anhydride curing agent (anhydride/epoxy equivalent = ), DMP and 2,2[prime]-azoisobutyronitrile (AIBN.

Semi-interpenetrating polymer networks of polyolefins and tri-epoxy resins have been studied by Negmatov et at., Uzb. Khim. Zh., (6), ; CA n (). No curatives, amounts of components, or processes of making the IPN are disclosed.

Perepechko et .The modifications of properties of some semi-interpenetrating polymer networks based on aromatic polyurethane and a crosslinked epoxy resin, during UV irradiation with a mercury lamp (λ > nm), were ion of some properties, such as colour, gloss, contact angle, mass variations and water retention were monitored according to the irradiation by: