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Variable Frequency Microwave Processing of Thermoplastic Composites

Variable Frequency Microwave Processing of Thermoplastic Composites,H S Ku,M MacRobert,E Siores,J A R Ball

Variable Frequency Microwave Processing of Thermoplastic Composites   (Citations: 10)
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    • ...This resulted in high energy rate of joining the composites; the adhesive, the parent materials and the glass fiber melted into each other and hence the mechanical property, lap shear stress of samples cured by microwaves were higher than those cured under ambient conditions; this was proved by viewing the interfaces of the joined samples under scanning electron microscope (SEM) [11, 20, 21]...
    • ...In Case 2, when 0.05 by weight of chopped graphite fibers were added to the imidized resin, the crosslinking was tremendously speeded up. It appears to the author that if more chopped graphite fibers had been added, arcing would have taken place and the composite would have been set into fire [20, 21]...

    Harry Siu-Lung Kuet al. PROCESSING OF COMPOSITES USING VARIABLE AND FIXED FREQUENCY MICROWAVE ...

    • ...melted into each other and hence the mechanical property,lap shear stress of samples cured by microwaves were higher than those cured under ambient conditions [11,18,19]...

    Harry Siu-Lung Ku. PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT OF COMPOSITES PROCESSING THROUGH THE USE OF I...

    • ...After drying, Ku et al. (2000a) claimed that around 1.5 to 2 cubic...
    • ...spent unwisely. Ku et al. (2000a; 2001a) claimed that the best frequency range to process...

    H S Ku. Joining of Thirty Three Percent by Weight Random Carbon Fibre Reinforc...

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