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High temperature degradation mechanisms in polymer matrix composites

High temperature degradation mechanisms in polymer matrix composites

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • High temperature,
  • Degradation,
  • Polymer matrix composites

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRonan A. Cunningham.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- 206189., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-206189.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17837377M
    OCLC/WorldCa40121495

    describe advanced polymer matrix composites under conditions of high load and elevated temperature. The primary challenge to the use of HTPMC is due to hygro-thermal effects at temperature ( 0. C) resulting in thermo-oxidative degradation and accelerated damage evolution. Various researchers have studied the thermo-oxidative aging. Polymer Matrix Selection for Very High Temperature Composites Many formulators are used to work with an epoxy matrix. When developing composites for very high temperature resistance, they prefer to try twisting the epoxy matrix to adapt it to very high temperature rather than starting from scratch with a new material.

    Polymer Matrix Composite Testing Services. As a leader in aerospace and polymer matrix composites testing, Element uses state-of-the-art technology to provide accurate, reliable results. Our experts possess diverse skill sets and backgrounds and are ready to handle projects in any stage of material or product development. Long-Term Durability of Polymeric Matrix Composites presents a comprehensive knowledge-set of matrix, fiber and interphase behavior under long-term aging conditions, theoretical modeling and experimental methods. This book covers long-term constituent behavior, predictive methodologies, experimental validation and design practice.

    Processing of Polymer Matrix Composites fills this gap. The book focuses on the major manufacturing processes used for polymer matrix composites and describes process details, process parameters and their effects on properties and process-induced defects, and analytical and experimental methods used for understanding process conditions. Thermal degradation of high‐temperature fluorinated polyimide and its carbon fiber composite.


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HIGH TEMPERATURE DEGRADATION MECHANISMS IN POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITES by Ronan A. Cunningham Submitted to the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics on Decem in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics ABSTRACT.

Damage mechanisms to consider for elevated-temperature composite applications include thermal oxidation, hygrothermal (combined moisture and temperature) effects, matrix cracking, and microstructural changes. The evaluation of the degradation of polymer-matrix composites is complex, requiring not only an integration of many contributing factors.

High Temperature Composites. Background. Polyimide matrix composites (PiMCs) extend the role of traditional polymer matrix composites (PMCs) into high temperature environments due to the exceptional thermal and mechanical properties of polyimide.

One of the underlying mechanisms of moisture degradation is hydrolysis. Get this from a library. High temperature degradation mechanisms in polymer matrix composites. [Ronan A Cunningham; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Polymer matrix composites (PMCs) used in aerospace high-temperature applications, such as turbine engines and engine-exhaust-washed structures, are known to have limited life due to environmental by: @article{osti_, title = {Stress and Damage in Polymer Matrix Composite Materials Due to Material Degradation at High Temperatures}, author = {Mcmanus, H L and Chamis, C C}, abstractNote = {This report describes analytical methods for calculating stresses and damage caused by degradation of the matrix constituent in polymer matrix composite materials.

STRESS AND DAMAGE IN POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITE MATERIALS DUE TO MATERIAL DEGRADATION AT HIGH TEMPERATURES Hugh L. McManus* Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA and Christos C.

Chamis National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH Summary This report describes File Size: 1MB. Polymer Matrix Composites FINDINGS Polymer matrix composites (PMCs) are com-prised of a variety of short or continuous fibers bound together by an organic polymer matrix.

Unlike a ceramic matrix composite (CMC), in which the reinforcement is used primarily to im-prove the fracture toughness, the reinforcement in a PMC provides high strength and. High Temperature Mechanical Behaviour of Ceramic Composites.

Book • Edited by: readers to have an understanding of the characteristics of fiber-reinforced ceramic matrix composite and its strength degradation mechanisms at elevated temperatures. and a brief review of the state of testing for fiber-reinforced polymer and metal.

Polymer composite science and technology is a very big and quickly growing zone. Although the polymer composites may not follow the same mechanisms for corrosion as metals, when exposed to hazardous solvents, moisture, ultraviolet radiation, etc., polymer composites have a tendency to undergo degradation and plasticization.

Age-related degradation of high temperature polymeric matrix composites (HTPMCs) is a result of complicated interaction of time-dependent physical creep and relaxation processes, temperature. Purchase Failure Mechanisms in Polymer Matrix Composites - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.

ISBNThe effect of ozone and high temperature on polymer degradation in polymer core composite conductors Article in Polymer Degradation and Stability 98(11)– November.

6 1 Introduction to polymer matrix composites about hand lay-upfiber reinforced plastics (FRP) (Fig. ) is a typical process of preparing thermosetting polymer matrix composites.

We see that there are many manual labours in process. Compoundingoffibers and resins and curing reaction. Aluminum alloys and aluminum-matrix composites, titanium alloys, and polymer-matrix composites are candidate materials for supersonic airframe structures, and nickel-based superalloys and ceramic-matrix composites are candidates for engine applications.

To provide technical background for later. Get this from a library. High temperature degradation mechanisms in polymer matrix composites: final report for grant NAG [Ronan A Cunningham; Hugh L N McManus; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Shin EE, Morgon RJ, Zhou J, Sutter JK, Meador MA () High-temperature polymer matrix-carbon fiber composites – critical degradation mechanisms and test methodologies. In: Proceedings of the 44th international SAMPE symposium, Long Beach, pp.

–, 23–27 May Google ScholarCited by: 3. Understanding the thermal degradation of polymers is of paramount importance for developing a rational technology of polymer processing and higher-temperature applications. Controlling degradation requires understanding of many different phenomena, including chemical mechanisms, the influence of polymer morphology, the complexities of oxidation chemistry.

@article{osti_, title = {Recent developments in fiber-reinforced high temperature ceramic composites}, author = {Mah, T.I. and Mendiratta, M.G. and Katz, A.P. and Mazdiyasni, K.S.}, abstractNote = {The current status of ceramic composite technology for high temperature applications is reviewed.

Properties of ceramic fibers commercially available and now under. The proper determination of high-temperature constitutive properties and damage of polymer-matrix composites (PMC) in an aggressive environment is critical in high-speed aircraft and propulsion material development, structural integrity, and long-term life by:.

Resulting materials are ubiquitous in the market, appearing in products ranging from advanced aerospace products, bullet-proof vests, automobile parts, and sporting goods. This book focuses on durability and life prediction techniques for polymeric composites used in high temperature applications where degradation mechanisms are accelerated.Classification of Composites On the basis of matrix phase, composites can be classified into metal matrix composites (MMCs), ceramic matrix composites (CMCs), and polymer matrix composites (PMCs) (Figure ) [3].

The classifications according to types of rein-forcement are particulate composites (composed of particles), fibrous compositesFile Size: KB.The book on polymer-matrix composites (PMCs) covers both continuous and discontinuous fibre reinforced thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers.

It highlights how the incorporation of fibres into polymers makes them more attractive as engineering materials, with very high specific strength and stiffness, compared with : Mustafa Akay.