Influence of Nanomaterials on Properties of Polyethylene Sports Turf Fibers
The influences of montmorillonoid/calcium carbonate nanoparticles on polyethylene sports turf fibers are given in this work. When there is the 3 wt% addition of montmorillonoid nanoparticles in the polyethylene sports turf fibers, the wear amount, the tensile strength, elongation rate, and the limited oxygen index reach the values of 11.2 mg, 21.7 N, 151%, and 24.3%, respectively. The addition of calcium carbonate nanoparticles has obvious influence on the thermal shrinkage rate and mechanical property of polyethylene sports turf fibers. The polyethylene sports turf fibers have better properties if there is a surface modification to the calcium carbonate nanoparticles by silane coupling agent and hyperdispersant before the addition.
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Document Type: Short Communication
Publication date: June 1, 2015
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