Abstract: A conductive fiber reinforced polymer composition may include a composite structure having a longitudinal axis, a lateral axis, and a through axis, the composite structure including a polymer matrix, a conductive filler incorporated into the polymer matrix, and a reinforcing material incorporated into the polymer matrix.
Abstract: Composite bodies, processes for making them, and their uses are disclosed, the composite bodies comprising a polyacetal portion and a modified thermoplastic vulcanizate portion bonded together, wherein the modified thermoplastic vulcanizate portion comprises a modified thermoplastic vulcanizate elastomer having a hardness of 30 to 90 Shore A and wherein the modified thermoplastic vulcanizate elastomer comprises: (a) 2 to 75% by weight of an at least partially crosslinked ethylene-propylene-diene rubber in from 1 to 50% by weight of a polyolefinic matrix further comprising 0.05 to 10% by weight of an ingredient selected from the group consisting of stabilizers, crosslinking aids, and mixtures thereof; (b) 1 to 30% by weight of a compatibilizer; and (c) 10 to 70% by weight of a non-olefinic thermoplastic material, all percentages by weight based on a total weight of the modified thermoplastic vulcanizate elastomer.
September 28, 2005
Date of Patent:
December 28, 2010
Marco Prigandt, Frank Reil, Ursula Ziegler, Werner Aumüller, Uwe Stenglin, Bernhard Ulmer
Abstract: A method of forming a matte topcoat for rotor blades, propellers and other articles used to protect a leading edge substrate against high speed liquid or solid particle erosion including premixing a concentrate of flatting agent dispersed in a solvent, reducing the moisture content using molecular sieves, blending the concentrate of flatting agent into a polyurethane or polyurea composition and forming a protective coating comprising a matte layer on the leading edge substrate.
Abstract: A multilayer structure comprises a surface layer, a substrate, and optionally additional layers wherein the surface layer comprises or is produced from a blend comprising an ionomer and a polyamide; the ionomer is or must be derived from at least three repeat units derived from ethylene, an ?,?-unsaturated C3-C8 carboxylic acid, and a dicarboxylic acid or its derivative; and the dicarboxylic acid or its derivative is maleic acid, fumaric acid, itaconic acid, maleic anhydride, fumaric anhydride, itaconic anhydride, maleic acid monoester, fumaric acid monoester, itaconic acid monoester, or combinations of two or more thereof.
Abstract: Provided is a bilayer membrane vesicle capable of undergoing a phase transition. The bilayer membrane vesicle includes: (a) a fatty acid salt having 6 to 20 carbon atoms; (b) an alcohol or an amine compound having an aliphatic chain of 6 to 20 carbon atoms; and (c) an artificial synthetic lipid or a phospholipid capable of forming a bilayer membrane. Preferably, this bilayer membrane vesicle further contains (d) a tertiary amine as a component of the membrane. Also provided is a method of inducing a phase transition of a bilayer membrane vesicle, the method including the step of adding a dehydrating condensing agent or a dehydrating condensing agent precursor having the property of accumulating at an interface to the bilayer membrane vesicle. By causing the lipids that form a molecular aggregate to chemically change, it is possible to change the physical property and the morphology of the molecular aggregate and control the timing of phase transitions such as membrane fusion.
Abstract: Disclosed is a resin composition for a PCB, the composition including: (a) a polyphenylene ether resin modified via a redistribution reaction of polyphenylene ether in the presence of 9,9-bis(hydroxyaryl)fluorene or 9,10-dihydro-9-oxa-10-(dihydroxyaryl)-10-phosphaphenanthrene 10-oxide; (b) a dicyclopentadiene epoxy resin represented by Formula 1; and (c) an alkylphenol aldehyde novolak curing agent represented by Formula 2, wherein, when the polyphenylene ether resin is modified via a redistribution reaction of the polyphenylene ether in the presence of 9,9-bis(hydroxyaryl)fluorene, the composition further includes (d) a brominated epoxy resin. Also, a composite substrate and a copper laminate using the same are disclosed.
June 26, 2008
January 1, 2009
In Wook KIM, Duk Sang Han, Kwang Suk Park, Soo Im Jung, Dong Ki Nam
Abstract: A synthetic material and articles incorporating the same are disclosed. The synthetic material includes a base material, which is at least partially tacky. Preferably, a powder is dispensed upon the base material for providing a substantially non-tacky surface to the synthetic material.
Abstract: A composite of a resin member bonded to a vulcanized rubber member is obtained with using a rubber member vulcanized with a radical-generating agent (e.g., an organic peroxide) and a thermoplastic resin having at least 2 atoms, on average, selected from H and S atom per molecule, each atom having not less than 0.006 of an orbital interaction energy coefficient S represented by the following formula (1): S=(CHOMO,n)2/|Ec?EHOMO,n|+(CLUMO,n)2/|Ec?ELUMO,n| ??(1) wherein Ec: an orbital energy (eV) of a radical, CHOMO,n: a molecular-orbital coefficient of a highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) of an n-th H or S atom constituting a basic unit of the resin, EHOMO,n: an orbital energy (eV) of the HOMO, CLUMO,n: a molecular-orbital coefficient of a lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO) of the n-th H or S atom constituting the basic unit of the resin, ELUMO,n: an orbital energy (eV) of the LUMO, and above all represent a value calculated by a semiempirical molecular orbital method MOPACPM3.
Abstract: A thermoplastic resin integrated structure, which comprises a structural member (A) molded from a resin composition (a) comprising 5-80 wt. % of polyacetal resin (a-1) and 20-95 wt. % of at least one resin (a-2) selected from the group consisting of polyolefin resin, olefinic elastomer and hydrogenated butadienic elastomer, and a structural member (B) molded from thermoplastic resin (b), the integrated structure having at least one structure of the structural member (A) and the structural member (B) as integrated together side by side has a good bonding strength between the structural member (A) molded from polyacetal-based resin and the structural member (B) molded from other thermoplastic resin, typically polyethylene.
Abstract: This invention relates to methods and apparatus for making articles made of polyester, preferably polyethylene terephthalate (PET), having coated directly to at least one of the surfaces thereof one or more layers of thermoplastic material with good gas-barrier characteristics. In one preferred method and apparatus, preforms are injection molded, barrier-coated immediately thereafter, and remain on a mold portion for a time to speed cooling of the completed preform. Preferably the barrier-coated articles take the form of preforms coated by at least one layer of barrier material and the containers are blow-molded therefrom. Such barrier-coated containers are preferably of the type to hold beverages such as soft drinks, beer or juice. The preferred barrier materials have a lower permeability to oxygen and carbon dioxide than PET as well as key physical properties similar to PET.
Abstract: Polyetherpolyamide elastomer showing a low water absorption, a high stress relaxation, and a high elastic recovery percentage of elongation is obtainable by polymerizing an aminocarboxylic acid compound and/or a lactam compound, a triblock polyetherdiamine compound having the following formula, and a dicarboxylic acid compound: [x is a value of 1 to 20, y is a value of 4 to 50, z is a value of 1 to 20].
Abstract: A synthetic material comprises
a base material providing at least one tacky surface that is tacky at a temperature of less than about 80° C.; and
a powder layered upon the base material which has a substantially non-tacky surface at a temperature of up to about 40° C. and exhibits adhesiveness at a temperature of greater than 120° C. The powder includes one or more correspondence components such as an epoxy resin which is either i) substantially identical to a component of the base material, or ii) the monomer or oligomer configuration of the correspondence component is substantially identical to a component of the base material but may have a greater molecular weight or longer polymer chain structure, or iii) is insubstatantially different from a component of the base material (e.g. has the same characteristics and a similar structure but a higher molecular weight).
Abstract: Disclosed is a tip seal and a seal material for a scroll type compressor with a discharge pressure of 8 MPa or more, comprising a resin composition that is molded into a spiral shape, and that contains an aromatic polyether ketone based resin containing at least 5 to 30% by weight of a carbon fiber and 1 to 30% by weight of a tetrafluoroethylene resin.
Abstract: A polyacetal composite according to the invention includes a polymer unit (A) composed of a polyacetal resin, and a polymer unit (B) composed of a thermoplastic resin or elastomer having an acidic group, and the polymer unit (A) and the polymer unit (B) directly adhere to each other. The acidic group includes, for example, a carboxyl group and a carboxylic anhydride group. The thermoplastic resin or elastomer having an acidic group includes a comonomer having at least one selected from among acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, fumaric acid, maleic acid, maleic anhydride, and itaconic acid as a comonomer, and typical examples thereof include, for example, acid-modified polystyrene and acid-modified NBR (acid-modified nitrile rubber). In this polyacetal composite, the polyacetal resin and another polymeric material are firmly fixed with each other.
Abstract: A combination of a semi-soluble methacrylic polymer and a sulfonated naphthalene condensation product, optionally with a semi-soluble or insoluble ethyl methacrylate polymer of high molecular weight, provides improved resistance to staining by acid colorants of fibrous polyamide substrate.
Abstract: A surfaced wood-based board comprises a substrate (1) made of wood material and, on it, a surfacing (2) comprising at least one thermoplastic layer. The surfacing incorporates a polyamide film (2b), which has been glued to the surface of the substrate (1) by means of a reactive adhesive layer (2a). The adhesive layer (2a) is based on phenolic resin, polyester resin, epoxy resin, isocyanate adhesive or polyurethane adhesive, and it is an adhesive film impregnated with reactive adhesive, such as an impregnated paper. A surfaced board is produced by hot-pressing, which is used to attach the films to each other and the substrate.
September 1, 2000
Date of Patent:
September 17, 2002
Schauman Wood Oy
Timo Ollila, Marjaliisa Asikainen, Arto Juvonen
Abstract: A gas diffusion electrode made of carbon, a process for producing an electrode and a carbonizable composite are provided. Thin, flat, porous gas diffusion electrodes made of carbon, which have a smooth surface and in which the porosity can be regulated at will, are obtained by pyrolysis of a composite of an organic polymer having a spatial globular structure (SGS polymer) and a reinforcing skeleton formed at least in part of organic material.
Abstract: A flame retardant article produced by forming a thermoplastic material around at least a portion of a core of partially cured phenolic resin is disclosed. The article has reduced flammability and improved dimensional stability when exposed to flame compared to an article consisting solely of the thermoplastic material. By positioning the thermoplastic between the core and at least all surfaces of the article which may become directly exposed to fire or heat when the article is in use, it is possible to impart the flexibility, colorability and impact resistance characteristics of thermoplastic materials to the article. At the same time, the inner core of the phenolic resin reduces the flammability and improves the dimensional stability of the article when the article is exposed to flame.
April 6, 2001
December 13, 2001
Phillip A. Waitkus, Theodore N. Morrison
Abstract: The invention relates to novel thermoplastic multi-layer composites comprising at least a) a layer formed from a molding compound based on a polyamide and b) a second layer formed from a molding compound based on a linear alternating polyketone polymer from carbon monoxide and an ethylenically unsaturated hydrocarbon compound, at least part of which layer b) is adjacent to layer a).
Abstract: A multi-layer tube suitable for use in a motor vehicle system to transport fluids containing hydrocarbons such as would be found in a fuel line, a vapor return line or a vapor recovery tube having a first layer radially disposed innermost made up of an extrudable melt-processible thermoplastic material selected from the group consisting of aromatic polyketones, aliphatic polyketones and mixtures thereof, and second layer made up of an extrudable, melt-processible thermoplastic material capable of sufficiently permanent laminar adhesion with the first layer so as to prevent delamination between the first and second layers during a desired lifetime of the tube, and a third layer overlying the first layer made up of a melt-processible thermoplastic material such as polyamides, high density polyethylenes and mixtures thereof.
February 13, 1998
Date of Patent:
January 30, 2001
ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Inc.
Tao Nie, Duane Pontbriand, David Bensko