Thermal degradation of polymers refers to deterioration of polymeric molecules as a result of overheating At high temperatures the components of the long chain backbone of the polymer can break (chain scission) and react with one another to change the properties of the polymer Thermal degradation can present an upper limit to the service temperature of plastics as much as the possibility of Electric field effect on the thermal decomposition and co-combustion of straw with solid fuel pellets Inesa Barmina1 softwood and their mixtures are lasting about 2900 s while the thermochemical conversion of peat and its mixtures with straw is lasting up to 3600 s The time-dependent measurements data collection is carried out once per second using online loggers unique for each

Effect of Isomorphous Substitution on the Thermal

Hydrotalcites have many important applications in catalysis wastewater treatment gene delivery and polymer stabilization all depending on preparation history and treatment scenarios In catalysis and polymer stabilization thermal decomposition is of great importance Hydrotalcites form easily with atmospheric carbon dioxide and often interfere with the study of other anion containing

High-energy coordination polymers (CPs) not only exhibit good energetic performances but also have a good catalytic effect on the thermal decomposition of energetic materials In this contribution two high-energy CPs Cu 2 (DNBT) 2 (CH 3 OH)(H 2 O) 3 3H 2 O (1) and [Cu 3 (DDT) 2 (H 2 O) 2] n (2) (H 2 DNBT = 3 3′-dinitro-5 5′-bis(1H-1 2 4-triazole and H 3 DDT = 4 5-bis(1H-tetrazol-5-yl

Thermal decomposition of lignin structural modification in termite digested softwood (II) Fuel 2013 104 781-787 DOI: 10 1016/j fuel 2012 06 066 David Y Lee Matthew M Jobbins Ashley R Gans S Alex Kandel The role of defects in the reaction of chlorine atoms with

Thermochimica Acta 416 (2004) 75–78 Effect of ballistic modifiers on thermal decomposition characteristics of RDX/AP/HTPB propellant Feng-Qi Zhao a b Download PDF 90KB Sizes 17 Downloads 105 Views Report Recommend Documents HTPB laminate propellant flame structure: Fuel-lean intrinsic instability Thermo-damage-viscoelastic constitutive model of HTPB composite

Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of biomass into highly heterogeneous gaseous liquid and solid intermediates in the absence of oxygen the process is endothermic The liquid product (pyrolysis oil) is a heterogeneous mixture characterized by high oxygen content and alkalinity which can be upgraded to fuels or chemicals The solid product (char) can be used as a fuel or soil amendment


acceleration effect that moisture has on decomposition According to a source regarding pH of soil in an archaeological site mass loss in soil-exposed rib bone was "much greater at pH 1 compared to pH 3" (High Milner Panter Penkman 2015) Based on the expert testimony of Dr Lawrence McGill from the Pepsi Company's lawsuit along with the archaeological site experiment it is

In the present study the thermal decomposition and corrosion suppression effects on carbon steel of carbohydrazide were evaluated in comparison with those of hydrazine The rate constant of the thermal decomposition of carbohydrazide was evaluated The oxygen-scavenging efficiency of carbohydrazide is slightly lower than that of hydrazine However it has been confirmed that corrosion of

The effects of various aniline stabilizers on the thermal stability of nitrocellulose (NC) were investigated via isothermal thermal decomposition dynamics The pressure‐time curves of NC/stabilizer composites were found to have a distinct inflection point which was not observed on the pressure‐time curves of NC The effects of stabilizers on the isothermal thermal decomposition kinetics

Effects of Complex Flame Retardant on the Thermal Decomposition of Natural Fiber Natural fiber is a renewable resource characterized by its low cost and environmental friendliness However flame retardant properties are one of the biggest limitations for the preparation of composite materials that need to be improved In this work a novel complex flame retardant consisting of aluminum

(2017) Kinetic Study of Thermal Degradation of Polydimethylsiloxane: The Effect of Molecular Weight on Thermal Stability in Inert Atmosphere Polym Sci Vol 3 No 2:9 Introduction One of the technically most important advantages of polysiloxanes is their superior thermal stability if compared to the other polymeric materials Their applicability exhibits over the wide temperature range

Effect of the proportion of organic material in bone on thermal decomposition of bone mineral: an investigation of a variety of bones from different species using thermogravimetric analysis coupled to mass spectrometry high-temperature X-ray diffraction and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy Mkukuma LD(1) Skakle JM Gibson IR Imrie CT Aspden RM Hukins DW Author information: (1

01 11 2018The 4-O-methyl-D-glucuronic acid groups attached to xylose chains in wood xylan can form uronate salts with alkali and alkaline earth metal cations These uronic acid and metal uronate moieties may act as acid and base catalysts respectively during xylan pyrolysis In this study commercial beechwood xylan (in which most uronic acids were present as sodium salts) and a demineralized

01 12 2012The rate of wood decomposition tends to increase when the heating rate also increases because higher thermal energy was provide to the sample which causes better heat transfer between the surrounding and inside the samples (Wongsiriamnuay and Tippayawong 2010a) However external diffusion effects or heat or mass transfer limitations for the samples may also occurs

Ozone decomposition

15 11 2014The effect of various experimental parameters was investigated including catalyst amount initial ozone concentration and application of different metal oxide catalysts The decomposition of dissolved ozone is significantly increased with the enhancement of the initial ozone concentration and the increment of catalyst amount from 125 to 750 mg

High-energy coordination polymers (CPs) not only exhibit good energetic performances but also have a good catalytic effect on the thermal decomposition of energetic materials In this contribution two high-energy CPs Cu 2 (DNBT) 2 (CH 3 OH)(H 2 O) 3 3H 2 O (1) and [Cu 3 (DDT) 2 (H 2 O) 2] n (2) (H 2 DNBT = 3 3′-dinitro-5 5′-bis(1H-1 2 4-triazole and H 3 DDT = 4 5-bis(1H-tetrazol-5-yl

Damage mechanisms to consider for elevated-temperature composite applications include thermal oxidation hygrothermal (combined moisture and temperature) effects matrix cracking and microstructural changes The evaluation of the degradation of polymer-matrix composites is complex requiring not only an integration of many contributing factors but also an assessment of poorly

Abstract Temperature modulated TGA (MTGA) was utilized to study the kinetics of lignin pyrolysis Three industrial lignin preparations were investigated: softwood kraft lignin hardwood kraft lignin and Alcell lignin Unlike conventional TGA MTGA provides apparent activation energy (E a ) distribution curve using a single experimental run in a relatively short experimental time

Decomposition is the process by which dead organic substances are broken down into simpler organic or inorganic matter such as carbon dioxide water simple sugars and mineral salts The process is a part of the nutrient cycle and is essential for recycling the finite matter that occupies physical space in the biosphere Bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death

Effects of MOD Agents on the Thermal decomposition and the Electrical Conductivity of Low Temperature Curing Silver Paste Six low curing pastes were prepared from silver flake and α-terpineol and with different metallo-organic decomposition (MOD) compounds The thermal decomposition behaviors of the pastes were performed The microstructures and resistivities of screen-printed films