The study on curing kinetics of lignin-based epoxy resin system using non-isothermal DSC method
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The synthesis of Lignin Base Epoxy Resin was based on industrial alkali lignin, and lignin-based epoxy resin curing characteristics were analyzed using the thermal weight loss technology under the oxygen atmosphere conditions. In light of the infra-red analysis of raw materials, the curing reaction kinetic parameters of lignin-based epoxy resin system were calculated using the Kissinger-Crane and Flynn-Wall-Ozawa method, and the curing reaction kinetics model of lignin-based epoxy resin system was established. The results showed that the kinetic parameters obtained using two methods were approximate, which validated that the curing reaction was consistent with the principle of the first-order reaction model. Initial curing temperature Ti0=454.88 K, curing temperature Tp0=507.55 K, and terminal temperature Tf0=598.77 K of lignin-based epoxy resin system were obtained when the extrapolation method was applied. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
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