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The Polymeric Heterogemeous Matrix for Carbon and Glass Reinforced Plastic

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This article presents the results of deformation-strength properties measurement and microstructural analysis of heterogeneous polymer matrix consisting of thermoset and thermoplastic polymers. Thermosetting material is a diamino-diphenil sulfon-cured epoxy oligomer. Polysulfone was used as thermoplastic material. Two different technological processes were used to obtain heterogeneous polymer matrix: the material was mixed in the block, or layered material was produced in which a layer of thermoplastic material alternated with a layer of epoxy oligomer.

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Malysheva, G. , Liu, L. , Ouyang, X. and Kulakov, O. (2013) The Polymeric Heterogemeous Matrix for Carbon and Glass Reinforced Plastic. Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 1, 23-27. doi: 10.4236/msce.2013.15005.


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