Paper Title:
Effect of Modified-Silicon Rubber on Thermal Degradation and Anti-Droplet Properties of Polyamide 6/Melamine Cyanurate Flame Retardant Composites
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In this paper, the effect of modified-silicon rubber (MSR) on thermal degradation and anti-droplet properties of melamine cyanurate (MCA) flame retardant polyamide 6 (PA6) composites was studied by using thermogravimetric analysis (TG) and vertical burning test. TG analyses indicated that modified-silicon rubber could markedly promote the condensation process of PA6/MCA/MSR composites compared with PA6/MCA composites, and the char residue of PA6/MCA/MSR composites at 600¡æwas much higher than that of PA6/MCA composites. DTGcurves showed that MSR could slow down the rate of degradation of PA6/MCA composites. More importantly, there was no melt-drip produced when PA6/MCA/MSR composites was burning. It was concluded that MSR increase the thermal stability of composites and could effectively prevent the formation of melt drip.

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Han Zhao
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1511-1515
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.130-134.1511
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N. Feng, J. H. Liu, H. Uyama, W. Liu, "Effect of Modified-Silicon Rubber on Thermal Degradation and Anti-Droplet Properties of Polyamide 6/Melamine Cyanurate Flame Retardant Composites", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 1511-1515, 2012
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