Study the Effect of Temperature on Structural, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of PVC/CaCO3 Composite

  • May A.S Mohammed College of Education For Pure Science/ Ibn Al-Haitham, University of Baghdad
  • Ali Saad Saleh College of Education For Pure Science/ Ibn Al-Haitham, University of Baghdad
Keywords: PVC, Structural Properties, mechanical properties, thermal conductivity

Abstract

In the present study, the structural properties which included the X-rays diffraction, and DSC, the mechanical properties, which include tensile test, threepoint bending test (Bending Test), hardness test and thermal conductivity of the polymers reinforced with calcite (PVC/CaCO3) at different temperature (25-40-80-
120-160-200-220) °C. The research results showed that the XC degree of X-ray diffraction decreased at high temperatures (220 ˚C), while the inter-polymerized polymer (PVC / CaCO3) increased at high temperatures. The DSC test results showed that the degree of crystallinity (XC) decreases at high temperatures (220 ˚C). The mechanical test results, their values were found to decrease at (220 ˚C) higher temperatures. Finally, the obtained results were indicated that the thermal conductivity values decrease at (220 ˚C).

Published
2018-01-29
How to Cite
Mohammed, M. A., & Saleh, A. S. (2018). Study the Effect of Temperature on Structural, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of PVC/CaCO3 Composite. Iraqi Journal of Science, 59(1A), 44-56. Retrieved from https://ijs.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/eijs/article/view/57
Section
Physics