Mechanical and electrical behavior of a PEEK/carbon nanotubes composite

Abstract : This study is a part of our on-going research in the frame of the INMAT project managed by AIRBUS Operation (certified by AESE competitiveness pole) and in partnership with some other academic institutions. The main aim of INMAT is to produce carbon fibers/PEEK laminates with enhanced electrical properties by integrating MWCNT without using any compatibilizers. Thus, industrial MultiWalled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT) were dispersed into a PEEK matrix to manufacture first granulates owing to a twin screw extruder (IPREM University of Pau). The MWCNT weight contents were 1, 3 and 5%wt. Tests specimens and films were then manufactured in order to carry out mechanical and electrical characterizations, using DDS, DMA, nanoindentation equipments.
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F. Boyer, Philippe Olivier, F. Pons, P.H. Cadaux. Mechanical and electrical behavior of a PEEK/carbon nanotubes composite. 15th European Conference on Composite Materials, 2012, Venice, Italy. ⟨hal-02186853⟩



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