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Bio-sourced vinyl ester resin reinforced with microfibrillar cellulose: Mechanical and thermal properties

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Desnoes, E., Toubal, L., Thibeault, D., Bouazza, A. H. et Montplaisir, D. (2021). Bio-sourced vinyl ester resin reinforced with microfibrillar cellulose: Mechanical and thermal properties. Polymers and Polymer Composites, 29 (9). S306-S316. ISSN 0967-3911 DOI 10.1177/09673911211002046

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New thermoset composite material made from cardanol-based resin blended with microfibrillar cellulose was compared to petroleum-based vinyl ester and glass-fiber-reinforced unsaturated polyester in terms of mechanical, thermal, rheological and surface properties of produced polymers and composites. The bio-sourced material was less resistant than the commercial vinyl ester but comparable to the unsaturated polyester resin. Microfibrillar cellulose increased the tensile strength and modulus but increased the resin viscosity and decreased the mixture homogeneity. The bio-sourced and commercial resins displayed similar hydrophobic behavior, and cellulose slightly decreased composite hydrophobicity. The glass transition temperature of the bio-sourced material was comparable to that of the unsaturated polyester. Thermal decompositions of composites and thermoset polymers were also similar. Cellulose and cardanol thus may be adequate as sustainable components in the composite materials industry. © The Author(s) 2021.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: Bio-sourced Cellulose Composite Thermoset Vinyl ester Composite materials Decomposition Esters Glass Glass transition Hydrophobicity Polyesters Tensile strength Thermosets Unsaturated polymers Glass fiber reinforced unsaturated polyesters Mechanical and thermal properties Microfibrillar cellulose Mixture homogeneity Thermoset composite materials Thermoset polymers Unsaturated polyester Unsaturated polyester resin Polyester resins Composites Water Repellence
Date de dépôt: 03 mars 2022 20:21
Dernière modification: 03 mars 2022 20:21
Version du document déposé: Version officielle de l'éditeur
URI: https://depot-e.uqtr.ca/id/eprint/9999

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