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Park, Young-Bin
Functional Intelligent Materials Lab (FIMLab)
Research Interests
  • Composites
  • Nanocomposites
  • Smart Materials and Structures
  • Carbon Nanomaterials


탄소나노튜브 및 그래핀 나노플레이트 폴리프로필렌 복합재 필름 압출 및 물성 평가

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탄소나노튜브 및 그래핀 나노플레이트 폴리프로필렌 복합재 필름 압출 및 물성 평가
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A Study on Processing-Structure-Property Relationships of Extruded Carbon Nanomaterial-Polypropylene Composite Films
Kim, Byeong-JooDeka, Biplab K.Kang, Gu-HyukHwang, Sang-HaPark, Young-BinJeong, In-ChanChoi, Dong-HyukSon, Dong-Il
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한국복합재료학회지, v.26, no.4, pp.254 - 258
본 연구에서는 폴리프로필렌과 다양한 탄소나노소재를 사용하여 제조한 복합재의 압출방향 및 권취속도에 따른 기계적 물성과 결정화도에 대한 연구를 수행하였다. 폴리프로필렌에 탄소나노소재를 균일하게 분산시키기 위해 미분쇄기에 폴리프로필렌 분말(<700 μm)과 탄소나노소재를 혼합한 후 나노복합재 필름 제조를 위해 압출기를 사용하였다. 나노복합재 필름의 결정화도를 분석하기 위해 differential scanning calorimetry를 이용하였다. 기계적 물성을 인장시험을 통해서 측정한 후 순수 폴리프로필렌 물성과 비교하였고, 압출 시 필름 권취속도에 대한 나노복합재 결정화도의 차이를 확인하였다. 탄소나노소재를 첨가함으로써 고분자 필름의 기계적 물성이 향상됨을 확인하였고, 그에 따른 결정화도 역시 증가하는 것을 확인하였다. 반면, 권취속도가 증가 할수록 압출물의 냉각속도도 역시 증가함으로써 결정화도가 오히려 감소함을 확인하였다. Polypropylene films reinforced with multi-walled carbon nanotubes and exfoliated graphite nanoplatelets were fabricated by extrusion, and the effects of filler type and take-up speed on the mechanical properties and microstructure of composite films were investigated. Differential scanning calorimetry revealed that the addition of carbon nanomaterials resulted in increased degree of crystallinity. However, increasing the take-up speed reduced the degree of crystallinity, which indicates that tension-induced orientations of polymer chains and carbon nanomaterials and the loss of degree of crystallinity due to rapid cooling at high take-up speeds act as competing mechanisms. These observations were in good agreement with tensile properties, which are governed by the degree of crystallinity, where the C-grade exfoliated graphite nanoplatelet with a surface area of $750m^2/g$ showed the greatest reinforcing effect among all types of carbon nanomaterials used. Scanning electron microscopy was employed to observe the carbon nanomaterial dispersion and orientation, respectively.
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