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Quantification Of The Effect Of Shish-Kebab Structure On The Mechanical Properties Of Polypropylene Samples By Controlling Shear Layer Thickness

Dashan Mi, C. Xia, M. Jin, Feifei Wang, K. Shen, J. Zhang
Published 2016 · Chemistry

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Oriented “shish-kebab” structure can enable remarkable mechanical enhancement in polymers. Therefore, the formation mechanism and practical application of this structure have been extensively studied. However, the effect of shish-kebab content on mechanical properties is still uncertain. Knowledge of this effect is crucial in the academic and industrial fields but remains elusive because shish-kebab content is difficult to control. In this work, a self-developed multiflow vibrate-injection molding was used to produce samples with different shear layer thicknesses. The content of shish-kebab was represented by R, i.e., the thickness ratio of shear layer (composed by shish-kebab) to the whole sample. Results showed that with increased R impact/tensile strength exponentially increased, whereas elongation at break exponentially decreased. Based on the results, a modified model was proposed to interpret the strengthening and toughening mechanism. This study established a new method of predicting and controllin...
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