Screen-Printed Interdigital Structure on Flexible RTM6 Substrate†
AbstractIdeally, for non-invasive sensor integration in fiber reinforced composites, sensors should be made of resin or fibers. For the first time, the curing degree of RTM6 resin in Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) is measured with a sensor made of the identical resin that reinforces the fibers. Resin Transfer Molding type RTM6 is mixed with a plasticizer to get a thin and flexible substrate. Interdigital Capacitive (IDC) sensor is screen-printed using silver filled epoxy on the flexible RTM6 substrate. The sensor is integrated into GFRP and the curing of the RTM6 resin in glass fiber reinforced polymer composite is measured successfully.
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Moghaddam, M.K.; Hübner, M.; Lang, W. Screen-Printed Interdigital Structure on Flexible RTM6 Substrate. Proceedings 2017, 1, 612.
Moghaddam MK, Hübner M, Lang W. Screen-Printed Interdigital Structure on Flexible RTM6 Substrate. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):612.Chicago/Turabian Style
Moghaddam, Maryam Kahali; Hübner, Martina; Lang, Walter. 2017. "Screen-Printed Interdigital Structure on Flexible RTM6 Substrate." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 612.
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