A Combined Self-Consistent Method to Estimate the Effective Properties of Polypropylene/Calcium Carbonate Composites
AbstractIn this work, trying to avoid difficulty of application due to the irregular filler shapes in experiments, self-consistent and differential self-consistent methods were combined to obtain a decoupled equation. The combined method suggests a tenor γ independent of filler-contents being an important connection between high and low filler-contents. On one hand, the constant parameter can be calculated by Eshelby’s inclusion theory or the Mori–Tanaka method to predict effective properties of composites coinciding with its hypothesis. On the other hand, the parameter can be calculated with several experimental results to estimate the effective properties of prepared composites of other different contents. In addition, an evaluation index
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Xiong, Z.; Lu, S.; Liu, J.; Lv, G.; Li, Y.; Yu, J. A Combined Self-Consistent Method to Estimate the Effective Properties of Polypropylene/Calcium Carbonate Composites. Polymers 2018, 10, 101.
Xiong Z, Lu S, Liu J, Lv G, Li Y, Yu J. A Combined Self-Consistent Method to Estimate the Effective Properties of Polypropylene/Calcium Carbonate Composites. Polymers. 2018; 10(1):101.Chicago/Turabian Style
Xiong, Zhongqiang; Lu, Shaorong; Liu, Junkun; Lv, Guangsheng; Li, Yuqi; Yu, Jinhong. 2018. "A Combined Self-Consistent Method to Estimate the Effective Properties of Polypropylene/Calcium Carbonate Composites." Polymers 10, no. 1: 101.
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