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Jicai Feng – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • friction stir welding processing of Polymers and Polymer matrix composites
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yongxian Huang, Xiangchen Meng, Zongliang Lv, Jicai Feng
    Abstract:

    Abstract Friction stir welding/processing (FSW/P) involving temperature, mechanics, metallurgy and interaction, is a complex solid state joining and processing technology. FSW has been widely applied to join aluminum alloy, titanium alloy and other materials which are difficult to weld by fusion welding. The last scientific study states that FSW has potential to join thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites. In this review, current understanding and development about FSW of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites, multifunctional composites fabrication as well as dissimilar FSW of metal and Polymer are reviewed. Future scientific research and engineering development related to FSW/P of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites are identified.

  • Friction stir welding/processing of Polymers and Polymer matrix composites
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yongxian Huang, Xiangchen Meng, Zongliang Lv, Jicai Feng
    Abstract:

    Abstract Friction stir welding/processing (FSW/P) involving temperature, mechanics, metallurgy and interaction, is a complex solid state joining and processing technology. FSW has been widely applied to join aluminum alloy, titanium alloy and other materials which are difficult to weld by fusion welding. The last scientific study states that FSW has potential to join thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites. In this review, current understanding and development about FSW of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites, multifunctional composites fabrication as well as dissimilar FSW of metal and Polymer are reviewed. Future scientific research and engineering development related to FSW/P of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites are identified.

Huaping Xu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Supramolecular Polymer fabricated by click Polymerization from supramonomer
    Polymer Chemistry, 2014
    Co-Authors: Liulin Yang, Xiaoguang Liu, Xinxin Tan, Hui Yang, Zhiqiang Wang, Huaping Xu
    Abstract:

    In contrast with macromonomer in traditional Polymer science, supramonomer refers to a monomer that is fabricated by noncovalent interactions, but is able to Polymerize using conventional methods of Polymerization. This communication describes the fabrication of a supramonomer based on supramolecular complexation between cucurbit[8]uril and the tripeptide Phe-Gly-Gly derivative. The supra-molecular Polymer is obtained by click Polymerization of the supra-monomer. It is expected that this line of research will provide a new method for fabricating supramolecular Polymers. Supramolecular Polymers are usually constructed by non-covalent Polymerization of covalent monomers. These methods include the design and synthesis of bifunctional monomers by covalent synthesis. Supramolecular Polymers are then fabri-cated by noncovalent Polymerization of bifunctional mono-mers; the reactions are typically driven by multiple hydrogen bonding, metal coordination bonding, aromatic–aromatic interactions, or host–guest interactions. 1 It has been shown recently that supramolecular Polymers can be fabricated by oxidative Polymerization from supramolecular building blocks. 2 We wondered if other Polymerization methods for preparing traditional covalent Polymers, such as condensation Polymeri-zations, could also be used to fabricate supramolecular poly-mers. In this study, our aim was to answer this question by using the concept of supramonomers. We used suitable non-covalent bonds for the fabrication of supramonomers that were able to Polymerize, and made supramolecular Polymers by Polymerization of the supramonomers. It is expected that this line of research will provide a new method for fabricating supramolecular Polymers, and so enrich the methodology of making reversible, recyclable, responsive, and even repairable materials.

Yongxian Huang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • friction stir welding processing of Polymers and Polymer matrix composites
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yongxian Huang, Xiangchen Meng, Zongliang Lv, Jicai Feng
    Abstract:

    Abstract Friction stir welding/processing (FSW/P) involving temperature, mechanics, metallurgy and interaction, is a complex solid state joining and processing technology. FSW has been widely applied to join aluminum alloy, titanium alloy and other materials which are difficult to weld by fusion welding. The last scientific study states that FSW has potential to join thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites. In this review, current understanding and development about FSW of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites, multifunctional composites fabrication as well as dissimilar FSW of metal and Polymer are reviewed. Future scientific research and engineering development related to FSW/P of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites are identified.

  • Friction stir welding/processing of Polymers and Polymer matrix composites
    Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yongxian Huang, Xiangchen Meng, Zongliang Lv, Jicai Feng
    Abstract:

    Abstract Friction stir welding/processing (FSW/P) involving temperature, mechanics, metallurgy and interaction, is a complex solid state joining and processing technology. FSW has been widely applied to join aluminum alloy, titanium alloy and other materials which are difficult to weld by fusion welding. The last scientific study states that FSW has potential to join thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites. In this review, current understanding and development about FSW of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites, multifunctional composites fabrication as well as dissimilar FSW of metal and Polymer are reviewed. Future scientific research and engineering development related to FSW/P of thermoplastic Polymers and Polymer matrix composites are identified.