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In this study, the effects of ball milling (BM) technique and carbon nanotube (CNT) content on the thermal and mechanical properties of hybrid reinforced composites were investigated. The composites were prepared using glass fiber (GF), novolac resin (No), and CNTs with different wt% (1, 2, and, 4). Various milling times were used to optimize the e...
In this study, wear behavior of graphite and glass fiber reinforced Novolac hybrid polymer composites with electrolytic NiP coated surfaces were investigated. First of all, 40 wt% graphite and 30 wt% glass fiber added Novolac composite powders were obtained by mixing with a mixer, and then hybrid composite samples were obtained by hot pressing the...
Reinforcing the novolac matrix with glass fiber (GF) and graphite (Gr) was a promising method for producing high‐performance friction composites. In this context, the morphology of the matrix and additive particles used in the production of friction composites, microstructures, wear surfaces, and wear debris of friction composites were examined by...
This study aims to examine the physical and mechanical properties of novolac matrix glass fibers (GFs) and graphite particles (GPs) reinforced hybrid composites as the function of the GFs and GPs content. In accordance with this purpose, the GFs content was kept constant at 20 %wt., while the GPs ratio was changed at 20 %wt., 30 %wt., and 40 %wt. O...