Wei T.,Guizhou University |
Ci S.,Guizhou University |
He M.,Guizhou University |
He M.,National Engineering Research Center for Compouding and Modification of Polymer Materials |
And 2 more authors.
Gongneng Cailiao/Journal of Functional Materials | Year: 2015
The influences of flame retardant and degradation dynamics of OMMT and LDH layers structure association on LGFPP/IFR composite material were studied. LGFPP/IFR/synergic flame retardant composite of different distribution ratio were characterized by thermogravimetric analysis, the influence of combustion measurement, scanning electron microscopy and the cone calorimeter. The results show that filling synergic flame retardant, the pyrolysis reaction activation degree of composite flame retardant system was enhanced and the initial pyrolysis temperature and pyrolysis temperature of maximum rate was in advance, Because of synergic effect on decomposition of flame retardant system, the energy of the heat released made compound into carbon, which generated a relatively dense carbon layer barrier. Using the F-C method, the average activation energy of reaction at the different filling ratio was sought out, the notes show that synergic effect of flame retardant affected the system of the degradation reaction activity and flame retardant performance. © 2015, Chongqing Functional Materials Periodical Press Co. Ltd. All right reserved. Source
Dong J.-H.,Guizhou University |
Dong J.-H.,National Engineering Research Center for Compouding and Modification of Polymer Materials |
Qi Y.-H.,Guizhou University |
Qi Y.-H.,National Engineering Research Center for Compouding and Modification of Polymer Materials |
And 4 more authors.
Xiandai Huagong/Modern Chemical Industry | Year: 2015
The fiber-reinforced mechanism and the main influencing factors of in-situ fibrillation technology are described. The existing problems of in-situ fibrillation technology are also presented. The prospects of in-situ fibrillation technology in the future are also proposed. ©, 2015, Xiandai Huagong/Modern Chemical Industry. All right reserved. Source