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Dynamic mechanical and thermogravimetric analysis of PTFE blended tailor-made textile woven basalt–vinyl ester composites

(2018) JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES . 47(6). p.1226-1240
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In this work, the authors prepared basalt–vinyl ester tailor-made green composites with uncoated and polytetrafluroethylene coated basalt woven fabric. These composites were subjected to dynamic composites-made mechanical analysis and thermo gravimetric analysis. Results revealed that a significant improvement of 18%, 14% and 13% was observed for storage and loss modulus and damping properties of polytetrafluroethylene-coated composite at low temperature region. The thermo gravimetric analysis results indicated a three-stage degradation for the polytetrafluroethylene-filled composites. Based on the acceptability from the literature, the tribo-test was performed only on the polytetrafluroethylene-coated composite for the selected PV limit of 400 MPa-mm/s (10 KN and 50 mm/s) in a flat-on-flat configuration. It was found that the influence of polytetrafluroethylene filler on the static and dynamic coefficient of friction and specific wear rate of the composite was more pronounced at dry wear test condition and it was found as 0.22, 0.12, and 4.87484 E-09, respectively. However, the results of improved storage and loss modulus and damping manifested negative correlation with the friction characteristics in the glassy region. Further, the SEM-coupled EDX spectral analysis was performed to understand the formation of transfer layer in counter surface. This polytetrafluroethylene blended composite is to be considered as an alternative to the bearing materials in offshore application.
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Basalt woven fabric, PTFE coated composite, DMA, thermal decomposition

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Subramanian, Karthikeyan et al. “Dynamic Mechanical and Thermogravimetric Analysis of PTFE Blended Tailor-made Textile Woven Basalt–vinyl Ester Composites.” JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES  47.6 (2018): 1226–1240. Print.
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Subramanian, K., Nagarajan, R., Saravanasankar, S., Sukumaran, J., & De Baets, P. (2018). Dynamic mechanical and thermogravimetric analysis of PTFE blended tailor-made textile woven basalt–vinyl ester composites. JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES  , 47(6), 1226–1240.
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Subramanian, Karthikeyan , Rajini Nagarajan, Subramaniam Saravanasankar, Jacob Sukumaran, and Patrick De Baets. 2018. “Dynamic Mechanical and Thermogravimetric Analysis of PTFE Blended Tailor-made Textile Woven Basalt–vinyl Ester Composites.” Journal of Industrial Textiles  47 (6): 1226–1240.
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Subramanian, Karthikeyan , Rajini Nagarajan, Subramaniam Saravanasankar, Jacob Sukumaran, and Patrick De Baets. 2018. “Dynamic Mechanical and Thermogravimetric Analysis of PTFE Blended Tailor-made Textile Woven Basalt–vinyl Ester Composites.” Journal of Industrial Textiles  47 (6): 1226–1240.
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Subramanian K, Nagarajan R, Saravanasankar S, Sukumaran J, De Baets P. Dynamic mechanical and thermogravimetric analysis of PTFE blended tailor-made textile woven basalt–vinyl ester composites. JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES  . 2018;47(6):1226–40.
IEEE
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K. Subramanian, R. Nagarajan, S. Saravanasankar, J. Sukumaran, and P. De Baets, “Dynamic mechanical and thermogravimetric analysis of PTFE blended tailor-made textile woven basalt–vinyl ester composites,” JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES        , vol. 47, no. 6, pp. 1226–1240, 2018.
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  abstract     = {In this work, the authors prepared basalt–vinyl ester tailor-made green composites with uncoated and polytetrafluroethylene coated basalt woven fabric. These composites were subjected to dynamic composites-made mechanical analysis and thermo gravimetric analysis. Results revealed that a significant improvement of 18%, 14% and 13% was observed for storage and loss modulus and damping properties of polytetrafluroethylene-coated composite at low temperature region. The thermo gravimetric analysis results indicated a three-stage degradation for the polytetrafluroethylene-filled composites. Based on the acceptability from the literature, the tribo-test was performed only on the polytetrafluroethylene-coated composite for the selected PV limit of 400 MPa-mm/s (10 KN and 50 mm/s) in a flat-on-flat configuration. It was found that the influence of polytetrafluroethylene filler on the static and dynamic coefficient of friction and specific wear rate of the composite was more pronounced at dry wear test condition and it was found as 0.22, 0.12, and 4.87484 E-09, respectively. However, the results of improved storage and loss modulus and damping manifested negative correlation with the friction characteristics in the glassy region. Further, the SEM-coupled EDX spectral analysis was performed to understand the formation of transfer layer in counter surface. This polytetrafluroethylene blended composite is to be considered as an alternative to the bearing materials in offshore application.},
  author       = {Subramanian, Karthikeyan  and Nagarajan, Rajini  and Saravanasankar, Subramaniam  and Sukumaran, Jacob and De Baets, Patrick},
  issn         = {1528-0837 },
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES         },
  keywords     = {Basalt woven fabric,PTFE coated composite,DMA,thermal decomposition},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {1226--1240},
  title        = {Dynamic mechanical and thermogravimetric analysis of PTFE blended tailor-made textile woven basalt–vinyl ester composites},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1528083716685907},
  volume       = {47},
  year         = {2018},
}

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