Effects of Nanomodification by the Silicate Nanoparticles on Characteristics of Basalt Fibre Reinforced Polymer
Composite material represents a complex multi-material structure consisting of coincidence array and reinforcing agent. Basalt continuous fibre and basalt composite material processing technique is one of the present day promising area. With all high characteristics of basalt fibre and basalt made products the ways of it refinement are nowhere near exhausted and one of that ways is nanomodification of the binding agents used in composite production. In this paper quoted the results of the silicate - type nanoparticle retooling influence on mechanical and physical properties of epoxianhydride binding for the purpose of lifting strength and viscoelastic properties of basalt fibre composite. It is found that the appliance of the silicate nanoparticles in epoxianhydride binding between 0.25 to 1 mass. % improve stress-related properties per 10-45%, micro plastics interlaminar shear strength increase by 25-28%, increase of dynamic modulus of elasticity - 30%, mechanical and physical properties of basalt fibre reinforced polymer based on nanomodified binder - 20%. Conducted research efforts show transmission of increased characteristics by nanomodification of epoxianhydride binding onto the characteristics of basalt fibre composite materials.
Dr. Denis Solovev
A.K. Kychkin and A.A. Vasilyeva, "Effects of Nanomodification by the Silicate Nanoparticles on Characteristics of Basalt Fibre Reinforced Polymer", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 389-394, 2019