Study on Thermal Conductivity of Filled Silicone Rubber

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The heat conductive silicone rubber is prepared with methy1 viny1 silicone rubber as basic gum and SiCp (SiC particle), SiCp/SiCw (SiC whisker), graphite as heat conductive fillers. The effects of filler amount, filler shape, filler size and coupling agent on the thermal conductivity of silicone rubber have been studied in this article. The result shows that when the filling amount is increasing, the thermal conductivity of composite silicone rubber will increase too. There is no evident change for thermal conductivity with the small filling fraction, while the filling amount reaches a certain value, the thermal conductivity of composite increases obviously. Moreover, the thermal conductivity added with coupling agent (KH-602) is higher than that of composite without coupling agent addition.

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Chi Zhang

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88-93

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.501.88

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L. X. Ma et al., "Study on Thermal Conductivity of Filled Silicone Rubber", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 501, pp. 88-93, 2012

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January 2012

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