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“…When good adhesion between the nanoparticles and the matrix is present, the applied stress is transferred from the matrix to the particles and improves the tensile strength. 31,33 However, the elongation at break fell by increasing fumed silica compared to pure PP. It was observed that by increasing 5 wt.% of fumed silica, the elongation at break declined by 51%.…”
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“…When good adhesion between the nanoparticles and the matrix is present, the applied stress is transferred from the matrix to the particles and improves the tensile strength. 31,33 However, the elongation at break fell by increasing fumed silica compared to pure PP. It was observed that by increasing 5 wt.% of fumed silica, the elongation at break declined by 51%.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…This is due to the rigid nature of the nanoparticles compared to the pure polymer. 31,33 On the other hand, PP/TPOs compounds had higher ductility than pure PP, so that, by adding 20 wt.% of ethylene and propylene-based TPO, the elongation at break increased by 115% and 788% compared to pure PP, respectively. In general, by increasing the soft rubber particles into brittle polymers, the ductility of polymer improves.…”
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“…A desirability function-based approach consists of converting the estimated response models (y) into individual desirability functions (d), which vary over the nondimensional scale range of 0 ≤ d ≤ 1; which are accumulated to the composite desirability function. [57] Three types of desirability functions occur based on the characteristic of responses, including "larger better," "smaller better," and "nominal better." [58] Maximizing all responses was the aim of this research.…”
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“…To improve the tensile strength and modulus of blend polymers, a nanoparticle was usually used to improve the balance of strength, stiffness, and toughness of the composite. [10][11][12][13][14] It is well accepted that the effect of nanoparticles on the mechanical performance of compounds depends entirely on their properties, shapes, sizes, and concentrations. [15,16] The cheapest and most available tubular and spherical nanoparticles are halloysite (HNT) and fumed silica (FS), respectively.…”
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