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    Title: Evaluation of Recycled Far-infrared/Impact-Resistant Poly(propylene)Composite Plates
    Authors: 林敬文;Lin, Ching-wen;林青玫;LIN, CHIN-MEI
    Contributors: 時尚設計學系
    Keywords: nano far-infrared master batches polypropylene chips, single screw extruder
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 10:34:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In recent year, the environmental consciousness is awakening; hence, the plastic recycling and
    reusing techniques have drawn much attention. In this paper, impact-resistant polypropylene(IRPP)
    chips were mixed with nano far-infrared master batches polypropylene(NFMPP) chips in different
    weight ratios. Then the polypropylene composite plates were formed by using a single screw
    extruder. Afterward, this study also simulated the plastics recycling procedure from 1 to 6 times,
    respectively. The results shown the average far-infrared emissivity of polypropylene composite
    plates were 0.90±0.02ε. In the IZOD measurement, the impact strength of polypropylene composite
    plate which processed for six times dropped by 20% comparing to the composite plate processed only
    once.
    Relation: Advanced Materials Research, 123-125:73-76.
    Appears in Collections:[時尚設計學系] 期刊論文

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