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Wear resistance of organic nanocomposites

Authors Zhu, H. HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Woo, R.S.C. HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Leung, Christopher Kin Ying View this author's profile
Kim, Jang Kyo View this author's profile
Issue Date 2007
Source Key Engineering Materials , v. 334, 2007, p. 605-608
Summary The wear resistance of epoxy-based nanocomposites reinforced with octadecylamine-modified clay was studied. Two testing methods, including the ball-on-disc abrasion test and the nanoscratch test, were used to measure the macro- and micro-wear behaviors. The ball-on-disc abrasion test suggests that the short- and long-term wear behaviors of neat epoxy and 5wt% nanoclay composites were similar, although the wear resistance as measured by the volume of material removed was greater for the clay nanocomposite than for the neat epoxy. The incorporation of nanoclay into the epoxy showed little effect on the coefficient of friction.
ISSN 1013-9826
ISBN 978-0-87849-427-9
Rights © 2007 Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland. The published version is available at doi:104028/
Language English
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