Physical properties of organic materials are not determined only by their chemical structures. Various factors such as the morphology, structure of the crystalline and amorphous regions, processing history of the method used to form the product and environmental conditions have significant influences on the physical properties. This course discusses various factors influencing the physical properties of organic/polymeric materials and fundamentals of the measurement and analysis of the physical properties.
1. Polymer composite materials
2. Polymer alloys and processing
3. Properties of semi-crystalline polymers
4. Thermal properties of polymers
5. Fiber processing
polymer composites, polymer alloys, semicrystalline polymers, thermal properties, fiber processing
Before coming to class, students should read the course schedule and check what topics will be covered. Required learning should be completed outside of the classroom for preparation and review purposes.
|第1回||Introduction||Understand the scope of this lecture.|
|第2回||Properties of composite materials|
|第3回||Fabrication of composite materials|
|第4回||Carbon fiber reinforced composite materials|
|第5回||Applications of Polymer Alloys|
|第6回||Morphology Formation and Morphology-Properties Relationship in Polymer Alloys|
|第7回||Interface between Different Polymers|
|第8回||Filler dispersion and electrical properties of polymer composites filled with nano-carbon|
Materials used in class can be found on OCW-i.
Student's course scores are based on the report submitted.
No prerequisites are necessary, but enrollment in the related courses is desirable.