Polymer Composites for Thermal Sensing Application

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Isha Pandey, D. Arthisree, A. Sivakumar, Girish M. Joshi (2017). Polymer Composites for Thermal Sensing ApplicationMechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 10. doi:10.2412/mmse.2.26.724

Authors: Isha Pandey, D. Arthisree, A. Sivakumar, Girish M. Joshi

ABSTRACT. Carbon black (CCB )/ Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) composites were useful for the sensor applications. Easily available Carbon black was preferred for the modification of polymer moieties. Due to an excellent coloring agent, printing inks, resin coloring, paint, and toners. Further, CCB is also used in various electrical conducting agent, antistatic film, fibers and floppy disk. In the present investigation we demonstrated the successful preparation of Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose with (CCB) composites. We have observed the linear phase relation as a function of temperature for the sample 1wt% loading of CCB. The linearity of phase measurement based on temperature is useful for various engineering applications.

Keywords: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC), conducting carbon black (CCB), phase angle, composite

DOI 10.2412/mmse.2.26.724

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