The Properties of Epoxy Composites Containing Aligned Iron Oxide Nanorods by Low Magnetic Field
- Yu-Ting Li, Chuan-Guo Ma, Qi-Ju Ou, Hua-Mei Wan, Pei-Bang Dai
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- Yu-Ting Li
Available Online February 2017.
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- Fe2O3nanorods, Magnetic Field, Epoxy Resin, Fracture Toughness
- The magnetic iron oxide (Fe2O3) nanorods were synthesized, and the epoxy resin (EP) composites with the content of 1wt% Fe2O3 were prepared in the condition of magnetic field. X ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy and comprehensive physical properties measurement system were used to characterize the composition, morphology and magnetic properties of the nanorods, respectively. The effects of a low magnetic field ( 0.06T) on fracture toughness, compressive strength and glass transition temperature of the composites were specifically investigated. The results show that the critical stress intensity factor, critical strain energy release rate and the compressive strength of Fe2O3/EP composites with magnetic field induction are 1.33 MPa•m1/2, 0.56 KJ/m2 and 206.5MPa, which are increased by 7.3%, 27% and 15% compared to of EP effectively.
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TY - CONF AU - Yu-Ting Li AU - Chuan-Guo Ma AU - Qi-Ju Ou AU - Hua-Mei Wan AU - Pei-Bang Dai PY - 2017/02 DA - 2017/02 TI - The Properties of Epoxy Composites Containing Aligned Iron Oxide Nanorods by Low Magnetic Field BT - 2017 International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering and Intelligent Materials (ICMEIM 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmeim-17.2017.104 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmeim-17.2017.104 ID - Li2017/02 ER -