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A. K. Bhowmick, M. Bhattacharya, S. Mitra, K. Dinesh Kumar's Advanced Rubber Composites PDF

By A. K. Bhowmick, M. Bhattacharya, S. Mitra, K. Dinesh Kumar (auth.), Gert Heinrich (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642195040

ISBN-13: 9783642195044

Morphology–Property dating in Rubber-Based Nanocomposites: a few contemporary advancements, by way of A. okay. Bhowmick, M. Bhattacharya, S. Mitra, okay. Dinesh Kumar, P. ok. Maji, A. Choudhury, J. J. George and G. C. Basak; * Rubber–Clay Nanocomposites: a few fresh effects, via Amit Das, De-Yi Wang, Klaus Werner Stöckelhuber, René Jurk, Juliane Fritzsche, Manfred Klüppel and Gert Heinrich; * floor amendment of Fillers and Curatives via Plasma Polymerization for greater functionality of unmarried Rubbers and multiple Rubber/Rubber Blends, via J. W. M. Noordermeer, R. N. Datta, W. okay. Dierkes, R. Guo, T. Mathew, A. G. Talma, M. Tiwari and W. van Ooij; * contemporary advancements on Thermoplastic Elastomers through Dynamic Vulcanization, by means of R. Rajesh Babu and Kinsuk Naskar; * PTFE-Based Rubber Composites for Tribological functions, through M. S. Khan and G. Heinrich

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A significant improvement in the Young’s modulus and the tensile strength of the samples was observed. Interaction at organic–inorganic interfaces because of hydrogen bonding has been speculated from IR analysis of the hybrid composites, and uniform dispersion of nanoparticles has been proved from TEM analysis and from results obtained from energy dispersive X-ray mapping of silicon. Bandyopadhyay et al. [143] have prepared ACM/silica hybrid nanocomposites using the sol-–gel technique. 5 have been investigated.

121] have modified the sodium montmorillonite by using octadecyl ammonium ions and incorporated the modified nanoclay into EPDM. They have observed the tremendous improvement in tensile and tear strength. Peeterbroeck et al. have investigated the effects of the nature of the clay and organic modifiers on mechanical properties [122]. Petrovic et al. [123] have prepared PU/silica nanocomposites and observed that the nanocomposites display higher strength and elongation at break but lower modulus than the corresponding micrometer-sized silica-based nanocomposites.

Also result in better dispersion. Incorporation of compatibilizers and surfactants results in 56 and 113% increment in the modulus of the nanocomposites over the gum rubber vulcanizate for SP and F, respectively. They have also noticed that for CNF-filled systems, the tear strength is increased up to 28% over the gum. Bhattacharya et al. have also compared the organic–inorganic nanocomposite hybrids of SBR prepared from various nanofillers such as modified and unmodified montmorillonite, SP, hectorite, CNFs, and EG on the basis of mechanical properties [13].

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