Experimental Determination of Mechanical and Wear Performance of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites
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This research work focused to identify the key parameters through systematic approach that influence the interfacial bonding strength between matrix and the glass filler. The enhanced coupling agent of silane due to the nanoclay appropriate concentration interact with the functional groups in the epoxy resin and glass fiber, leads to strong interfacial bonding through the formation of intercalation structure. Henceforth, resulted in increased surface hardness leading improved wear performance of the Glass fiber reinforced nanocomposite.
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