Controlled Interphases in Composite Materials: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Composite Interfaces (ICCI-III) held on May 21 by Hatsuo IshidaControlled Interphases in Composite Materials: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Composite Interfaces (ICCI-III) held on May 21 by Hatsuo Ishida

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The third International Conference on Composite Interfaces (ICCI-III) was held under the auspecies of ASM International, The Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa), The Edison Polymer Innovation Co. (EPIC), Case Western Reserve University, Nippon Glass Fiber Co., Nitto Boseki Co., Office of Naval Reserach (ONR), SAMPE Japan, Teijin Co., Mobay Co., Union Carbide Co., and Vetrotex Sain-Gobain. The underlying philosophy of the conference continues to be the promotion of fundamental understanding of the structure and role of composite interfaces. With the growth of composite interface studies, the research direction naturally changes from characterization and understanding of interfacial structure to controlling this structure. For this reason, the conference was subtitled, "Controlled Interphase Structure." The rather unfamiliar phrase "interphase" is used to emphasize the interfacial region whose properties are different from the bulk. The importance of the interphase to the mechanochemical properties has been rapidly recognized among composite researchers in recent years. The conference incorporated nine sessions. No concurrent sessions were planned because of the strong interest among panicipants and organizers to intennix researchers from different disciplines. Papers presented were redistributed in Pans I throught V. Because of this, both the conference and proceedings are not organized based on the traditional disciplines or materials, but rather around concepts.
Title:Controlled Interphases in Composite Materials: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on…Format:PaperbackDimensions:9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:May 17, 2012Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I: Characterization of Interface.- NMR Imaging of Interfaces.- Interface Characteristics of Isothermally Aged High Temperature Graphite Fiber/PMR-15 Composites.- A {1H-29Si} CP-MAS NMR Study of the Condensation Reactions of Aqueous Solutions of Methylsilanetriol with Silica.- X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study of Catalyzed Aluminum Carbide Formation at Aluminum-Carbon Interfaces.- A Study of the Interface in an Alumina-Steel Brazed Joint.- Direct Observation of Interfaces between Glass Fibers and Polymers in Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastics.- Chemically Grafted "Kevlar" Fibers and Their Surface Characterization.- Interfacial Reactions in Metal Matrix Composites Studied by a Novel Technique.- Spectroscopic Characterization of Fiber-Polymer Interphases.- Adhesion Promotion of Ultra High Modulus Polyethylene Fiber/Epoxy Composite Interfaces.- Influence of the Surface Treatment of Graphitized Carbon Fibers on the Curing of an Amine Catalyzed Epoxy-Anhydride System.- An ESCA and Diffuse Reflectance FTIR Study of Aminosilanes Adsorbed on Mica.- Microstructure of the Interface and Interfiber Regions in P-55 Reinforced Aluminum Alloys Manufactured by Pressure Infiltration.- Graft Polymerization of Vinyl Monomers onto Plasma-Modified Fillers.- Evaluation of Al2O3, Al2O­-ZrO2 and Partially Stabilized ZrO2 for MILD Applications.- A Study of the Interficial Bonding between Carbon Fiber and PMR-15 Resin.- Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Analysis Applied to Composite Materials.- Effect of Tribochemical Reaction of PTFE Transferred Film with the Substrate on its Adhesion and Wear Behavior.- The Effect of Application of the ESPCEG on the Composite Interfaces.- Interfacial Reactions between Coated Nicalon Fiber and Titanium.- II: Surface of Reinforcements.- Preparation of High-Temperature Strength SiC Fiber.- Characterization of Filler and Fiber Surfaces Using Inverse Gas Chromatography.- Complex-Induced Coupling Effect: Adhesion of Polymers to Metal Promoted by Azole Compound.- Carbon Fiber Surfaces and Their Analysis.- Surface of High Purity Silicon Nitride Fiber Made from Perhydropolysilazane.- Evaluation of Surface Treatments for Cellulose Fibers and Interfacial Interactions in Composites.- The Damage of the SiC/Al Preform Wire During Remelting Process.- Physico-Chemical Interactions between Carbon Fibers and PEEK.- Use of Flow Microcalorimetry to Study the Adsorption of 3-(Trimethoxysilyl)propyl Methacrylate onto Alumina Trihydrate under Near Anhydrous Conditions.- III: Controlled Interphase.- Fiber-Matrix Interphase Structure and its Effect on Adhesion and Composite Mechanical Properties.- Grafting of Polyolefins to Silane Treated Surfaces by Free Radical Reactions.- Surface Modification of Aluminum-Boron Double Oxide Whisker and its Effects on Whisker/Aluminum or Whisker/Thermoplastic Composite.- Control of Interface Reactions between P-55 Fibers and Aluminum Alloy Matrices during Pressure Infiltration Processing.- Interfacial Phenomena in Metal Matrix Composites.- The Principles of Interface Design and Behaviors of GFRP Using CCVC as Interfacial Layer.- Blends from EPDM, PP, and Inorganic Filler.- Surface Induced Crystallization in Ultra-High Modulus Polyethylene Fiber Reinforced Polyethylene Composite.- Unsaturated Bifunctional Polymeric Coupling Agents.- The Role of Silane Treatment on the Retained Interlaminar Shear Strengths of Aqueous Conditioned Glass Fiber Composites.- The Interaction between Poly(ether-imide) and ?-Aminopropyltriethoxysilane on High Strength Glass Fiber.- The Transcrystallized Interphase in Thermoplastic Composites.- Application of Surfactants for Promoting Interfacial Adhesion in Polymer Matrix Composites.- of a Rubbery Interphase in Glass/Epoxy Composite Materials: Influence of the Interlayer Thickness on the Viscoelastic and Mechanical Properties of Particulate and Unidirectional Composites.- Study of Carbon/Epoxy Interface (or Interphase): Effect of Surface Treatment of Carbon Fibers on the Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of Carbon/Epoxy Unidirectional Composites.- The Influence of CFRP-Sizing on Processability and Interphase Properties.- Formation of Polymethylsiloxane Network on Metal Oxides by Chemical Vapor Deposition of 1,3,5,7-Tetramethylcyclotetrasiloxane.- Inorganic/Organic Gel Coating of Whisker or Particulate for Composites.- IV: Interfacial Theories.- An Interlayer Model to Describe the Physical Properties of Particulate Composites.- Effect of Fiber-Matrix Adhesion on Mechanical Properties of Composites.- Determination of Mechanical Properties of Interfacial Region between Fiber and Matrix in Organic Matrix Composites.- Thermal Stresses and Thermal Expansion Coefficients of Composites Reinforced with Coated Spherical Particles.- On Bulk Modulus and Thermal Expansivity of Particulate Polymer Composites and Their Matrices.- V: Influence of Interface on Mechanical and Physical Properties.- Interfacial Adhesion, Interphase Formation and Mechanical Properties of Single Fiber Polymer Based Composites.- Role of the Interface in Composite Materials during Water Aging.- Interfacial Interactions in Fiber Reinforced Al- and Mg-Alloys.- Interfaces in Polymer-Polymer Composites.- Transcrystalline Interphase in Advanced Polymer Composites.- Toughening of Crystalline Polyolefins Containing Particulate Fillers by Interface Modification.- Interfacial Aspects of Processability and Property Development in Discontinuously Reinforced Cast Metal Matrix Composites.- Critical Review of Direct Micromechanical Test Methods for Interfacial Strength Measurements in Composites.- Metallic Amorphous/Crystalline Interfaces.- Stabilization of Properties in Drawn Polyethylene.- Structural Properties of Aramid Fibers and Their Influence on Fiber Adhesion.- Indirect Determination of Interphase Thickness from the Mechanical Properties of Particulate Filled Polymers.- Dynamic Viscoelastic Properties of a Uniaxially Aligned Carbon Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Resin.- Influence of Adsorption Behavior of a Silane Coupling Agent onto Silica on Viscoelastic Properties.- Swelling Induced Surface Layer Reorganization of the Crystalline Elements in Isotactic Polypropylene.- Variability of Fiber/Resin Interfacial Shear Strengths.- Interfacial Shear Strengths of Carbon Fibers in Bisphenol-A Polycarbonate.- Interfacial Phenomena of New Natural (Organic) Fibers in Polymer Matrix for Construction Engineering.- Role of Interfacial Quality on Gas Induced Damage of Elastomeric Composites.- Effect of Silane Bonding State on Interfacial Strength in Glass Fiber-Epoxy Composites.- Effects of Chemical Modification for Magnetic Particles on the Dispersibility and the Mechanical Properties of their Coatings.- The Relationship between the Structure of Substance in the Interface and the Dynamic Viscoelastic Property of Composite Materials.- Method for the Evaluation of Interfacial Tension in High Viscosity Systems.- Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of Polymer Interphase.- A Comparative Study of the Effect of Moisture Absorption on the Mechanical Properties of Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastics.- The Effect of Surface Treatment Level on the Interfacial Properties of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composites.- Hygrothermal Effect on Mode-II Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of a Carbon/Poly(phenylene sulfide) Composite.- Activated Sintered 6061 Aluminum Alloy Particulate Composites Containing Coated Graphite.- Author Index.