Tensile properties of highly filled magnetic polymeric composites

Saini, D. R. ; Nadkarni, V. M. ; Nigam, K. D. P. ; Gover, P. D. (1987) Tensile properties of highly filled magnetic polymeric composites Journal of Composite Materials, 21 (9). pp. 782-797. ISSN 0021-9983

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The mechanical properties of ferrite filled thermoplastics at high filler loadings of 75-85% by weight are reported. Barium ferrite was used as the filler in the magnetic polymeric composites. Three types of thermoplastic elastomers, namely, styrenic, polyester-ether, and polyurethane were investigated as matrix materials. Low density polyethylene was also studied as a non-elastomeric reference matrix. The dependence of the strength at break, elongation and modulus on the matrix type, filler amount and strain rate is presented. The experimental results are compared with a few theoretical model pre dictions to explore the validity of the models at high filler loadings.

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