Carbon Nanotube Filled Composite Material Analysis Utilizing Nano and Conventional Testing Techniques
In this study, conventional methods of physical properties testing (hardness / compression set / static-stress relaxation, electrical resistivity), are conducted along with DMA, nanoDMA™, nanoindentation and nanoECR™ (electrical contact resistance) methods. Correlations of nano testing with conventional static physical properties testing have been presented in previous studies by the authors. Correlation of DMA and nanoDMA™ test methodologies of nano composite materials is novel, as well as the application of nanoECR™ testing of carbon nanotube filled materials.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2010
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