ISSN 2288-2103 (Print)
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Composites Research. 2018 31(6): 317-322
ⓒ The Journal of the Korean Society for Composite Materials
    
 
Effect of Textile Pattern on Mechanical and Impregnation Properties of Glass Fiber/Thermoplastic Composite
Neul-Sae-Rom Kim, Eun-Soo Lee, Yeong-Jin Jang, Dong-Jun Kwon, Seong Baek Yang, Jung-Hyun Yeom
R&D Dept, LARGE CO., LTD., Hybrid New Material Division, Korea Dyeing and Finishing Technology Institute, Hybrid Nano Materials Lab, Department of Advanced Organic Materials Science and Engineering, Kyung-pook National University
 
 
유리 섬유/열가소성 복합 재료의 기계적 및 함침 특성에 대한 직물 패턴의 영향
김늘새롬, 이은수, 장영진, 권동준, 양성백, 염정현
R&D Dept, LARGE CO., LTD., Hybrid New Material Division, Korea Dyeing and Finishing Technology Institute, Hybrid Nano Materials Lab, Department of Advanced Organic Materials Science and Engineering, Kyung-pook National University
 

In various industry, the composite is tried to be applied to products and thermoplastic based composite is in the spotlight because this composite can be recycled. The use of continuous fiber thermoplastic (CFT) method increased gradually than long fiber thermoplastic (LFT). In this study, tensile, flexural, and impact test of different array types of glass fiber (GF)/thermoplastic composites were performed to compare with GF array. Impregnation property between GF mat and thermoplastic was determined using computed tomography (CT). At CFT method, thermoplastic film is not wet into GF roving and many voids are appeared into composite. This phenomenon affects to decrease mechanical properties. Plain pattern GF mat was the best mechanical and impregnation properties that distance between two roving was set closely to 100 μm.
 
Key words : Polypropylene, Glass fiber, Textile pattern, Mechanical property
중심단어 : 폴리프로필렌, 유리섬유, 섬유재직패턴, 기계적 물성
 
 
  
 
 
 

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