A Comparative Study on the Mechanical Properties of Clay Modified Epoxy Adhesive by Using Different Clay Types

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In this new world, polymer nanocomposites have developed to be one of the latest evolutionary steps in the polymer technology, besides showing a great deal to become the most versatile industrial advanced materials. In comparison with conventional composites, nanocomposites demonstrate significantly higher levels of mechanical performance with less content of particles. Thus, this study was carried out to investigate the effect of nano& micron size of clay particles to mechanical properties of epoxy adhesive. Three types of mechanical test were performed; tensile, impact and shear test. The result shows that the tensile strength was increase by using micron clay while shear and impact strength was increase by using nanoclay. The dispersion of clay in the epoxy adhesive is very important because it will affect the mechanical properties of epoxy adhesive itself. The function of clay to enhance the properties of epoxy adhesive is more effective when the clay is well dispersed. FESEM shows that the nanoclay was well dispersed in the epoxy adhesive while micron sized clay was partially intercalated.

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Vladimir Khovaylo and Ghenadii Korotcenkov

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43-47

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S. N. Surip and A.H. Ismail, "A Comparative Study on the Mechanical Properties of Clay Modified Epoxy Adhesive by Using Different Clay Types", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 780, pp. 43-47, 2018

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September 2018

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