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Interfaces in Particle and Fibre Reinforced Composites. Woodhead Publishing Series in Composites Science and Engineering

  • ID: 4759401
  • Book
  • November 2019
  • 582 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Interfaces in Particle and Fibre-Reinforced Composites: From Macro- to Nanoscale addresses recent research findings on the particle-matrix interface at different length scales. The book's main focus is on the reinforcement of materials by particles that can result in a composite material of high stiffness and strength, but it also focuses on how the particle interacts with the (matrix) material, which may be a polymer, biological-based material, ceramic or conventional metal. The different types of particle reinforced composites are discussed, as is load transfer at the particle-matrix interface. Readers will learn how to select materials and about particle structure.

Significant progress has been made in applying these approaches, thus making this book a timely piece on recent research findings on the particle-matrix interface at different length scales.

  • Features wide coverage, from polymer, to ceramics and metal-based particulate composites
  • Structured in a logical order to cover fundamental studies, computer simulations, experimental techniques and characterization

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1. Introduction Kheng Lim Goh 2. A critical role of interphase properties and features on mechanical properties of poly(vinyl) alcohol (PVA) bionanocomposites: Nanoscaled characterisation and modelling Yu Dong 3. Effect of Nanoclay Filler on Mechanical and Morphological Properties of Napier/ Epoxy Composites Mohd Shukry bin Abdul Majid 4. A review on the interfacial characteristics of natural fibre reinforced polymer composites King Jye Wong 5. Interfaces in Sugar palm Particles reinforced Composites Mohammad Jawaid and Atiqah Afdzaluddin 6. Structured interfaces and their effect on composite performance: computational studies MISHNAEVSKY Mishnaevsky Jr. 7. Characterization studies of polymer-based composites related to functionalized filler-matrix interface Rajeswari A 8. Performance of 3D printed poly(lactic acid)/halloysite nanocomposites pooria pasbakhsh 9. Role of ionic liquids in eliminating interfacial defects in mixed matrix membranes Hilmi Mukhtar and Pg Mannan 10. Advancement in the flame retardancy of natural fibre reinforced composites with macro to nanoscale particulates additives Kim Yeow Tshai and Ing Kong 11. Characterization studies of biopolymeric matrix and cellulose fibres based composites related to functionalized fibre-matrix interface S.M. @. SINON 12. Filler matrix interfaces of inorganic/biopolymer composites and their applications Sanjeewa Wijesinghe 13. Current review on the utilization of nanoparticles for ceramic matrix reinforcement Prasanga Gayanath Mantilaka 14. Characterisation studies of ceramic-based composites related to functionalized filler-matrix interface Samantha Prabath Ratnayake 15. Band-Gap Engineering using Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces for Energy Application Kishore Debnath and Mukul Pradhan 16. Stress in the interfaces of metal matrix composites (MMCs) in thermal and tensile loading Alokesh Pramanik and Animesh Basa 17. Interface tailoring and thermal conductivity enhancement in diamond particles reinforced metal matrix composites Hailong Zhang 18. Particle reinforced nanocomposites, interfaces, strength and tribological properties depending on the reinforcement type Anthony Xavior 19. Stress Induced at the Bone-Particle-Reinforced Nanocomposite Interface: A Finite Element Approach Andy Choi 20. 'Interfacial Studies of Natural Fiber Reinforced Particulate Composites: Mechanical Properties and Morphological Studies Deepak Verma and Kheng Lim Goh 21. Current understandings of interfacial stress transfer mechanisms in connective tissue Kheng Lim Goh
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Goh, Kheng Lim
Dr Kheng Lim Goh is based at Newcastle University Singapore, where he teaches mechanical engineering to undergraduates. His research aims to understand the physical properties of natural and synthetic materials and to use this knowledge to design composite materials for biomedical engineering applications. Dr Goh holds a B.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc. (Medical Physics) and a Ph.D. degree (Bioengineering). He is a member of the Institute of Physics (IOP) and Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). He is a Chartered Physicist (CPhys) and Engineer (CEng). Dr Goh also publishes regularly in international refereed journals, mainly in the area of fibre composite materials
Thomas, Sabu
Sabu Thomas is a Professor of Polymer Science & Engineering, in the School of Chemical Sciences in Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India. His areas of research are in polymer blends, fiber filled polymer composites, nanomaterials and polymer nanocomposites, ageing and degradation, pervaporation phenomena, sorption and diffusion, interpenetrating polymer systems, recyclability and reuse of waste plastics and rubbers, elastomer crosslinking, dual porous nanocomposite scaffolds for tissue engineering, polymer nanocomposites for electronic applications, water purification, and energy storage
De Silva, Rangika Thilan
Dr Rangika Thilan De Silva is a research scientist, postdoctoral fellow, at Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (SLINTEC). He graduated from Monash University with a first degree in Mechanical Engineering and subsequently went on to do a PhD in materials design and processing. He received his PhD in 2015 from Monash University. His research focuses on experimental and numerical modelling of reinforced polymer nanocomposites. Rangika's expertise lies in the fabrication of multi-functional biopolymeric films for packaging applications, self-healing composites for high-performance automobile/aerospace applications, fabrication of mechanically robust nano-fibrous scaffolds as substitutes for artificial tissues and the development of nano-porous membranes for filtration applications.
M.K., Aswathi
Aswathi M.K. is a Research Scholar in the International and Inter University Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at Mahatma Gandhi University.
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