optimal plasticizer content for magnetic elastomers used

  • optimal plasticizer content for magnetic elastomers used

    Optimal Plasticizer Content for Magnetic Elastomers Used

    For magnetic elastomers with a plasticizer content above 65 wt %, a change in contact angle of approximately 8.0° was observed (e.g. 38° at 0 mT and 46° at 370 mT for 65 wt % plasticizer content). Dynamic viscoelastic measurements showed that magnetic elastomers with a plasticizer content below 60 wt % demonstrate the magnetorheological (MR

  • optimal plasticizer content for magnetic elastomers used

    Optimal plasticizer content for magnetic elastomers used

    At a plasticizer content below 60 wt %, there was no change in contact angle when a magnetic field of 370 mT was applied. For magnetic elastomers with a plasticizer content above 65 wt %, a change in contact angle of approximately 8.0° was observed (e.g. 38° at 0 mT and 46° at 370 mT for 65 wt % plasticizer content).

  • masaru tanaka — kyushu university

    Masaru Tanaka — Kyushu University

    Optimal plasticizer content for magnetic elastomers used for cell culture substrate Plasticizers. Cell culture Analyses of equilibrium water content and blood

  • magnetic-field sensitivity of storage modulus for bimodal

    Magnetic-Field Sensitivity of Storage Modulus for Bimodal

    Optimal Plasticizer Content for Magnetic Elastomers Used for Cell Culture Substrate. Chemistry Letters 2020 , 49 (3) , 280-283. DOI: 10.1246/cl.190929.

  • department of soft materials chemistry — kyushu university

    Department of Soft Materials Chemistry — Kyushu University

    Optimal plasticizer content for magnetic elastomers used for cell culture substrate Elastomers. Plasticizers. Cell culture We use cookies to help provide and

  • cyclosiloxane-containing polymers and the formation of highly

    Cyclosiloxane-containing Polymers and the Formation of Highly

    Optimal Plasticizer Content for Magnetic Elastomers Used for Cell Culture Substrate. Magnetic-field Sensitivity for Magnetic Elastomers with Various Elasticities.

  • biomimetics | free full-text | magnetic elastomers with smart

    Biomimetics | Free Full-Text | Magnetic Elastomers with Smart

    A magnetic-responsive elastomer consisting of magnetic elastomer and zinc oxide with a tetrapod shape and long arms was fabricated mimetic to the tissue of sea cucumber in which collagen fibrils are dispersed. Only the part of magnetic elastomer is active to magnetic fields, zinc oxide plays a role of reinforcement for the chain structure of magnetic particles formed under magnetic fields. The

  • dynamic mechanical properties of magnetorheological

    Dynamic mechanical properties of magnetorheological

    The magnetic particles used in MR elastomers are carbonyl iron, iron oxides and other soft-magnetic particles without magnetic hysteresis, and suitable elastomer matrix materials include natural

  • magnetic field gradient and sample size effect

    Magnetic field gradient and sample size effect

    The stress–strain curves of magnetic elastomers are presented in Fig. 2(d)–(f) when a 35-mm-diameter permanent magnet was used. Fig. 2(d) shows the stress–strain curves of magnetic elastomers with a diameter of 14 mm (minimum diameter) both in the presence and absence of the magnetic field.

  • (pdf) enhancement of particle alignment using silicone oil

    (PDF) Enhancement of Particle Alignment Using Silicone Oil

    In this study, anisotropic magnetorheological elastomers with 0% and 15% weight fractions of silicone oil were fabricated under a magnetic field that was rotated with a 45° angle so that the iron

  • plasticiser loss from plastic or rubber products through

    Plasticiser loss from plastic or rubber products through

    Other polymer systems that use plasticisers include acrylic polymers, polyamides, polyolefins, polyurethanes, certain fluoroplastics, and elastomers. 7 Particularly, plasticisers are commonly used

  • magnetostrictive phenomena in magnetorheological elastomers

    Magnetostrictive phenomena in magnetorheological elastomers

    The magnetic field-driven change in their properties is a result of the complex interaction of the magnetic particles and—in case of elastomers used as non-magnetic matrix—of the interaction