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Economical Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Co-Continuous Immiscible Polymer Blends
­â€‹ Invention Summary: Immiscible polymer blends (IMPBs) offer versatility in tailoring properties via synergistic combinations of blend components to optimize orthogonal properties more economically than chemical synthesis of a new polymer. Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a novel processing method to produce high performance...
Published: 3/24/2022   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Nosker, Jennifer Lynch-Branzoi, Arya Tewatia, Justin Hendrix
Keywords(s): Polymers & Composites
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials
Flexible Multifunctional Elastomers Sensors Enhanced with in situ Formation of 2D Nanoparticles from Layered Materials
(a) elastomer enhanced with 2D nanoparticles is highly flexible; (b) elastomer sensor attached to arm to track the movement of fingers; (c) change in current value through the sensor due to finger motions Invention Summary: Conductive elastomeric polymer and rubber-based composites enhanced with graphene and other 2D nanoparticle fillers are capable...
Published: 9/8/2020   |   Inventor(s): Jennifer Lynch-Branzoi, Ali Ashraf
Keywords(s): Graphene technology, Polymers & Composites, Sensors & Probes
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials, Technology Classifications > Sensors
Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites Enhanced with in situ Formation of 2D Nanoparticles for Structural Sensors and Smart Materials
(a) Sensor used for structural monitoring. (b) Sensor performance during 30 N cyclic loading. (c) Temperature sensor monitored by thermal imaging camera. Invention Summary: Conductive thermoplastic polymer matrix nanocomposites enhanced with conductive 2D nanoparticles have applications for structural sensors and smart materials. However, mixing...
Published: 6/22/2020   |   Inventor(s): Jennifer Lynch-Branzoi, Ali Ashraf
Keywords(s): Graphene technology, Polymers & Composites, Sensors & Probes
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials