publication . Article . 2006

Moisture sorption and thermal characteristics of polyaramide blend fabrics

Genç, Gözde; Alp, Burcu; Balköse, Devrim; Ülkü, Semra; Cireli, Aysun;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2006
  • Publisher: Wiley
Abstract
Four types of fabrics woven from various polyaramid fibers of Nomex and Kevlar blends were characterized by morphology, XRD, elemental analysis, thermal analysis, and moisture adsorption isotherms. The blends consisted of Polybenzimidazole/ Kevlar blend (40% FBI and 60% Kevlar®), Nomex Delta A (blend of 60% Kevlar and 40% Nomex®), Nomex Delta T (blend of 75% Nomex, 23% Kevlar, and 2% P140 antistatic fiber), and Nomex III (fabric with a 95/5 blend of Nomex and Kevlar) containing 1% steel fiber. TGA and DTG curves have been compared to evaluate thermal behavior of the FBI, Kevlar, and Nomex blends and the resuls were correlated with the moisture sorption data. The...
Subjects
free text keywords: Polymer blends, Adsorption, Blend, Crystallinity, Isotherms
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