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The influence of thermoplastic elastomers on morphological and mechanical properties of PP/talc composites
Matjaž Denac, Vojko Musil, 1999, original scientific article

Abstract: Recent investigations have shown that modification of polymer matrix with filler and elastomers significantly affects composite's mechanical properties. Isotactic PP modified with either untreated or treated talc and either SEBS or SEBS-gMA were used in these investigations. Samples were prepared by melt-mixing in a Brabender kneading chamber and were compression molded into plates on a laboratory press. The composites were characterised by measuring mechanical properties (Young's modulus, yield stress, notched impact strength) and by defining morphology. Binary sistems PP/talc and PP/elastomer containing up to 16 vol.% of talc and up to 10 vol.% of elastomer, as well as ternary PP/talc/elastomer composites with 12 vol.% talc were investigated. Ternary composite's yield stress was also calculated by semiempirical equations. We have found out, that the use of treated modifiers (talc or elastomer) improves adhesion with matrix, which reflects on mechanical properties as better stress transfer.
Keywords: organic chemistry, polymers, thermoplastics, composites, characterization, chemistry, plastics, elastomers, morphology, mechanical properties
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 911; Downloads: 37
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Mechanical properties of the materials for bruxoguards
Vojkan Lazić, Aleksandra Špadijer Gostović, Nebojša Romčević, Igor Đorđević, Ana Todorović, Rebeka Rudolf, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this study is to investigate the mechanical properties of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) and thermoplastic polycarbonate (TPC) materials in order to produce night bruxoguards. For this purpose we used a static tensile test. In the next step the microstructures of PMMA and TPC were observed. Within this framework special attention was paid to the examination of the tensile-test tube fracture surfaces for both materials. This approach revealed that PMMA is a brittle and TPC is a plastic material. Certain mechanical properties and a review of the crucial areas confirmed that the TPC material is extremely favourable for making occlusal splints.
Keywords: polymers, mechanical properties, characterization, bruxoguards, polymethyl methacrylate, thermoplastic polycarbonate
Published: 16.03.2017; Views: 472; Downloads: 55
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