Publication detail

Dielectric properties of epoxy resins with TiO2 nanofillers

KLAMPÁR, M. LIEDERMANN, K.

Original Title

Dielectric properties of epoxy resins with TiO2 nanofillers

English Title

Dielectric properties of epoxy resins with TiO2 nanofillers

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with the dielectric properties of epoxy resins containing TiO2 nanofiller and with the potential use of dielectric spectroscopy for diagnostics of such nanocomposites. Epoxy nanocomposites are considered in the manufacturing of transformer stations and parts replacement, as their use may lead to smaller dimensions of the electrical apparatus. Both positive and negative features of TiO2 nanofillers in the epoxid are examined. The paper also deals with issues of operation time for these materials. This area is of great importance for practical application of epoxy nanocomposites, as the long-time stability of nanocomposites has not yet been established. Just on the contrary, the great number and surface area of interfaces between nanofiller particles and the epoxy matrix itself suggests a larger number of weak points and defect sources, which may contribute to a more rapid deterioration of nanocomposites as compared with classical composites without nanoparticles.

English abstract

The paper deals with the dielectric properties of epoxy resins containing TiO2 nanofiller and with the potential use of dielectric spectroscopy for diagnostics of such nanocomposites. Epoxy nanocomposites are considered in the manufacturing of transformer stations and parts replacement, as their use may lead to smaller dimensions of the electrical apparatus. Both positive and negative features of TiO2 nanofillers in the epoxid are examined. The paper also deals with issues of operation time for these materials. This area is of great importance for practical application of epoxy nanocomposites, as the long-time stability of nanocomposites has not yet been established. Just on the contrary, the great number and surface area of interfaces between nanofiller particles and the epoxy matrix itself suggests a larger number of weak points and defect sources, which may contribute to a more rapid deterioration of nanocomposites as compared with classical composites without nanoparticles.

Keywords

TiO2 nanofiller, diagnosis, relaxation, spectroscopy

RIV year

2011

Released

17.08.2011

Publisher

MK. Tisk, Plzeň, 2011

Location

University of West Bohemia

ISBN

978-80-261-0020-1

Book

Diagnostika '11

Edition

1

Edition number

1

Pages from

113

Pages to

117

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT36160,
  author="Marián {Klampár} and Karel {Liedermann}",
  title="Dielectric properties of epoxy resins with TiO2 nanofillers",
  annote="The paper deals with the dielectric properties of epoxy resins containing TiO2 nanofiller and with the potential use of dielectric spectroscopy for diagnostics of such nanocomposites. Epoxy nanocomposites are considered in the manufacturing of transformer stations and parts replacement, as their use may lead to smaller dimensions of the electrical apparatus. Both positive and negative features of TiO2 nanofillers in the epoxid are examined. The paper also deals with issues of operation time for these materials. This area is of great importance for practical application of epoxy nanocomposites, as the long-time stability of nanocomposites has not yet been established. Just on the contrary, the great number and surface area of interfaces between nanofiller particles and the epoxy matrix itself suggests a larger number of weak points and defect sources, which may contribute to a more rapid deterioration of nanocomposites as compared with classical composites without nanoparticles.",
  address="MK. Tisk, Plzeň, 2011",
  booktitle="Diagnostika '11",
  chapter="36160",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="MK. Tisk, Plzeň, 2011",
  year="2011",
  month="august",
  pages="113--117",
  publisher="MK. Tisk, Plzeň, 2011",
  type="conference paper"
}