Papers by Keyword: Epoxy Emulsion

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Authors: Ying Wu, Qian Yao Sun, Chun Ming Xu
Abstract: A new class of Epoxy Emulsion modified Engineered Cementitious Composite (EM-ECC) has been developed for enhanced pipeline protection. The performance of typical ECC materials, such as flexural strength, anti-corrosion and early strength, has been improved by the addition of epoxy emulsion and rapid hardening cement. Our results indicated that the flexural strength of as-made EM-ECC increases with the increase of the EM/cement ratio after curing for 28 days. The retention rate of flexural strength of specimens remains analogical after immersed in water, 5 wt% Na2SO4 and 5 wt% NaCl solutions, respectively. The flexural strength reached ca. 16 MPa at 60 wt% replacement rate of rapid hardening cement after curing for 3 days. This new class of EM-ECC will shed light to the design of new applications for the oil and gas industry.
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Authors: Yu Feng Li, Liu Yang, Xiao Hui Gao, Zhao Po Zeng
Abstract: Doped water-dispersible polyaniline (PANI) emulsion were synthesized by emulsion polymerization in aqueous medium and characterized by dc conductivity and Transmission electron microscope (TEM). The results showed the PANI has bar-like shape and the diameter is about 200nm. The composite anticorrosion coatings of PANI emulsion and waterborne epoxy resin emulsion (EP) were prepared by mixture in aqueous medium and used for corrosion protection of mild steel. Open circuit potential (OCP) and Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) demonstrated that the PANI/EP composite coatings have better anticorrosion properties than EP. It’s impedance and corrosion potential is higher. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) and Energy dispersive spectrometer (EDS) showed that the oxidation film formed on the metal surface and prevent corrosion effectively. The anticorrosion coatings are environmental friendly because of water dispersion medium.
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Authors: Wen Lu Guo, Hong Chun Zhou, Han Qing Lu, Wei Hu
Abstract: Under the action of initiator(BPO), the α-methyl acrylic acid (α-MAA), butyl hexafluorobutyl methacrylate (HFMA) and other monomers are graft copolymerized into epoxy molecular. By adding N, N-dimethyl ethanolamine, fluorine-containing water-based epoxy resin emulsion can be prepared. By orthogonal experiments, the amount of acrylic monomer, BPO dosage, grafting temperature and other optimum conditions can be determined. Infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) characterization confirms acrylic monomers successfully grafted to the epoxy resin molecules. The study focuses on the effect of different content of HFMA on modified emulsion particle size and contact angle of coating. The results shows that the introduction of HFMA monomer made the smallest average particle size of emulsion low to 165 nm, and the contact angle against water is increased by 20°. After determining the conventional and environmental performance of the emulsion, the results shows that this preparation of epoxy resin emulsion can fully meet the requirements of waterborne coatings.
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Authors: Wen Lu Guo, Han Qing Lu, Hong Chun Zhou, Wei Hu
Abstract: The environment-friendly epoxy emulsion was synthesized by MAA, BA, St reacting as grafting monomer, while silane coupling agents played a role as functional monomer. Experimental results were characterized by Nano-particle size analyzer, EIS, UV-VIS spectrophotometer, FTIR and TGA. The results of Nano-particle size analyzer showed the average particle size lower than 300nm and emulsion had lowest water absorption when ω(KH560+KH550) was 7%. The results of EIS and UV-VIS spectrum showed the cured firm had the best corrosion resistance and weather resistance while n(KH560):n(KH550)=2:1. The results of FTIR showed the silane coupling agents had successfully grafted in the skeletal structure of epoxy molecules. The results of TGA showed the thermal stability were better than unmodified.
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Authors: Yu Feng Li, Xiao Hui Gao, Hong Lei Zhu, Liu Yang
Abstract: Polystyrene sulfonic acid (PSSA) doped water-dispersible polyaniline (PANI) /montmorillonite (MMT) clay composites were firstly synthesized by intercalation polymerisation in aqueous medium and characterized by XRD and FT-IR. The results showed exfoliated silicate nanolayers of MMT clay dispersed in the PANI matrix and has interaction involving hydrogen bonding between the PSSA-PANI chain and the surface of the MMT clay layer. This composites is more thermal stable than that of without clay samples and results in good stable temperature-dependent dc conductivity [σdc(T)] as temperature changed. The composite anticorrosion coatings of PANI/MMT and waterborne epoxy resin emulsion (EP) were prepared by mixture in aqueous medium and used for corrosion protection of mild steel. Open circuit potential (OCP), Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and Tafel plot demonstrated that the PANI/MMT/EP composite coatings have better anticorrosion properties than PANI/EP, MMT/EP and PANI/MMT/EP mixture. It’s impedance and corrosion potential is higher and the corrosion current density is lower. The anticorrosion coatings are environmental friendly because of water dispersion medium. Introduction
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