391 Composites Technology and Processing II

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
251E (Salt Palace Convention Center)

TThis session invites papers on various aspects of the continuously evolving technology in composites engineering and manufacturing. In particular, processing plays a critical role in the formation of composites, as processing parameters and characteristics influence the morphology and properties of the resulting materials. Studies involving typical methods, such as melt compounding and solution casting, as well as atypical ones, such as supercritical CO2 and plasma treatment, are all welcome.

Holly A. Stretz Email: HStretz@tntech.edu
Sarah Russell Email: serussell42@students.tntech.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(391a) Engineering Tunable, Multifunctional Composites Inspired By Paper Art
Terry Shyu, Pablo F. Damasceno, Paul Dodd, Aaron Lamoureux, Matthew Shlian, Lizhi Xu, Max Shtein, Sharon C. Glotzer and Nicholas A. Kotov

3:36 PM
(391b) Low-Friction and Wear-Resistant Polyether Ether Ketone Composite Coatings for High-Pressure High-Temperature Applications
Sitaraman Krishnan, Janice L. Lebga-Nebane, John C. Moosbrugger, Don H. Rasmussen and Malavarayan Sankarasubramanian

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