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Xiao Hu – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Thermal conductivity of polystyrene–Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    Abstract The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature.

  • thermal conductivity of polystyrene Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    Abstract The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature.

  • Thermal conductivity of polystyrene-Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites – Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature. © 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.

Suzhu Yu – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Thermal conductivity of polystyrene–Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    Abstract The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature.

  • thermal conductivity of polystyrene Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    Abstract The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature.

  • Thermal conductivity of polystyrene-Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites – Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature. © 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.

P. Hing – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Thermal conductivity of polystyrene–Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    Abstract The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature.

  • thermal conductivity of polystyrene Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    Abstract The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature.

  • Thermal conductivity of polystyrene-Aluminum Nitride composite
    Composites – Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2002
    Co-Authors: Suzhu Yu, P. Hing, Xiao Hu

    Abstract:

    The thermal conductivity of polymer composites having a matrix of polystyrene (PS) containing Aluminum Nitride (AlN) reinforcement has been investigated under a special dispersion state of filler in the composites: Aluminum Nitride filler particles surrounding polystyrene matrix particles. Data for the thermal conductivity of the composites are discussed as a function of composition parameters (Aluminum Nitride concentration, polystyrene particle size) and temperature. It is found that the thermal conductivity of composites is higher for a polystyrene particle size of 2 mm than that for a particle size of 0.15 mm. The thermal conductivity of the composite is five times that of pure polystyrene at about 20% volume fraction of AlN for the composite containing 2 mm polystyrene particle size. The relationship between thermal conductivity of composites and AlN filler concentrations has been compared with the predictions of two theoretical models from the literature. © 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.