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Topical Collection "Progress in Polymer Composites and Nanocomposites"
A topical collection in Polymers (ISSN 2073-4360). This collection belongs to the section "Polymer Composites and Nanocomposites".Viewed by 25287
Interests: processing and characterization of composite materials and nanocomposites; evaluation of structure-properties relationships in composite materials; study of elastomer compounds
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Topical Collection Information
Polymer composites with both discrete fillers or continuous fibres have long been shown to provide a set of properties that cannot be achieved by their constitutive components alone, while the advent of nanofillers with a large surface area provided new multifunctional properties to polymer nanocomposites. Such features have demonstrated the potential of these systems, consolidating their use in countless applications. Thus, the aim of this topical collection is to offer a focal point for the community with critical discussions of the past, present and future of these materials. We invite reviews in polymer composites and nanocomposites and encourage both young and established researchers to share their views on the subject. Be part of this seminal collection and submit your contribution before January 2022.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Fiber reinforced polymers;
- Green polymer composites;
- Foam composites;
- Composites for biomedical applications;
- Additive manufacturing of polymer composites;
- Organic thermoelectric polymer composites;
- Graphene polymer composites;
- Sensor and energy harvesting;
- Liquid crystal polymer composites;
- Polymer composites membranes;
- Electrospinning nanofibers;
- Natural fiber composites;
- Recycling of polymer composites;
- Electrical and magnetic properties;
- Antibacterial activity of polymer composites;
- Flame retardancy of polymer composite;
- Molecular dynamic in polymer composites;
- Mechanical properties of polymer composites;
- Modelling of fracture in polymer composites;
- Polymers for smart textile applications.
Prof. Dr. Miguel Ángel López Manchado
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