Advances in Composite Materials and Structures

Volumes 334-335

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Hun Sik Kim, Yun Seok Chae, Hyoung Joon Jin, Jin San Yoon

Abstract: Sheets of poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL)/carbon nanotube composites were prepared through the solvent cast method. Multiwalled carbon nanotubes...

Authors: Jae Hun Shim, Jae Hun Choi, Jung Hiuk Joo, Jin San Yoon

Abstract: A new method was attempted to improve the interaction between nylon 6 with a commercially available organoclay, Cloisite®25A (C25A) through...

Authors: Hun Sik Kim, Byung Hyun Park, Min Sung Kang, Hyoung Joon Jin, Jin San Yoon
Authors: K. Chu, Yao Gen Shen

Abstract: Nano-structured TiN/TiBN multilayer thin films were deposited onto unheated Si(100) substrates by reactive unbalanced dc-magnetron...

Authors: A. Vyas, Yao Gen Shen, Zhi Feng Zhou, K.Y. Li

Abstract: CrN/CNx nano-scale multilayered films were deposited on Si (100) substrate by closed-field unbalanced magnetron sputtering. Designed...

Authors: Dong Hal Kim, W. Hwang, Hyun Chul Park, Kun Hong Lee

Abstract: Superhydrophobic polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon®, DuPont) sub-micro and nanostructures were fabricated by the dipping method, based on...

Authors: Bin Chen, Xiang He Peng, Jing Hong Fan

Abstract: Most structural materials existing in nature take the form of composite. After centuries’ evolution and modification, these natural...

Authors: Bin Chen, Xiang He Peng, Jing Hong Fan

Abstract: Molluscan shell is strong, stiff, tough and shows an erose fracture surface when it is broken. In this research, the SEM observation on a...

Authors: Linda S. Schadler, Sarah L. Lewis, Jun Wei Yang, Brian C. Benicewicz

Abstract: This paper shows preliminary results for polymer nanocomposites consisting of “hairy” silica particles with grafted polystyrene in...


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