Dissimilar Materials Bonding with 3D Nano Interface

2020-0131-07
researcher's name
about researcher HOSOI, Atsushi Associate Professor
affiliation
Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering
research field
Materials/Mechanics of materials
keyword

background

● Application of carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic (CFRTP) composites  to vehicles and rovement of their productivity, recyclability and fuel economy
● Development of bonding technology between CFRTP and aluminum alloy for and its evaluation

summary

● Fabrication of nano structure on aluminum surfaces
● Improvement of bonding strength by silane-coupling treatment
● Direct bonding of CFRTP and Al by hotpress
● Evaluation of shear strength and fracture toughness

predominance

● Higher bonding strength due to anchor effects
● Excellent in recyclability for only Al and CFRTP use
● Evaluation of pure fracture toughness considering residual thermal stress

application/development

● Direct bonding of transportation equipment members, electronics and building materials by hotpress
● Development of new composites based on CFRTP and metals

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same researcher's seeds

  • Fabrication of carbon nanotube yarn with high functionality
  • Direct Bonding of Dissimilar Materials Having 3D Nanostructured Interfaces
  • Healing of Fatigue Crack in the Metallic Materials by Heat Treatment
posted: 2020/02/06