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V.32,no.4,Dec 2020
https://doi.org/10.5764/TCF.
Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2020 / V.32,no.4,Dec
Title Study on Properties of Carbon Sheet Molding Compound(C-SMC) according to Resin and Carbon Fiber Ratio
Authors Dae-kyung Seo, Suk-gon Yang, Ki Young Kim1, Min Gee Park1, Dae-gyu Park2, Eun-ha Lee2, Yong-tae Kim3 and Jin-Seok Bae4*
Institution/Affiliations DYETEC, 1Ilsung Machinery, 2KOTMI, 3Geokwang ENG, 4Kyungpook National University
Pages/Total page pp.245 ~ 254 / 10
Language Korean
Abstract The sheet molding compound composite has been applied divers section. This paper reports processing of carbon fiber reinforced thermosetting composite with diverse resins and which was composed of chopped carbon fiber (30 ~ 60 wt%). Normally the paste that the viscosity is over 15,000 cps has been used in traditional Sheet molding compound (SMC) machine. In this research, SMC machine was designed to make Carbon-sheet molding compound (C-SMC) prepreg which was composed with low viscosity resin (1,800 ~ 2,500 cps increase up to 10,000 cps after aging). In order to confirm the optimal processing condition. Mechanical strength tests including tensile test, shear test, impact test, flexural strength test were conducted on C-SMC composites. Plus we identified the correlation between the mechanical properties and prepreg processing condition (carbon ratio and applied resin).
Keywords carbon sheet molding compound(C-SMC), prepreg, tensile stress, impact test, flexural strength, delamination
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Reference http://koreascience.or.kr/journal/OSGGBT.page?&lang=ko

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