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TitleProcessing conditions and properties of continuous fiber reinforced GF/PP thermoplastic matrix composites manufactured from different pre-impregnated materials
Author(s)Nunes, J. P.
Silva, J. F.
Novo, Paulo
Marques, A. T.
KeywordsThermoplastic matrix composites
Pre-impregnated
Pultrusion
Compression molding
Polypropylene
Glass fibers
Mechanical properties
Compressing molding
Issue date29-Jul-2013
PublisherCanadian Association for Composite Structures and Materials (CACSMA)
Abstract(s)The aim of the present work was to study and compare the processing conditions and final mechanical properties of continuous glass-fiber reinforced polypropylene composites (GF/PP) manufactured by using available thermoplastic preimpregnated materials produced by different methods.To assess the quality of the three different GF/PP pre-impregnated materials, final manufactured composite parts were submitted to mechanical testing and microscopy analysis. The obtained properties were compared between each other and to those theoretical ones that can be predicted by using the Classical amination Theory (CLT).
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/26569
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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