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Flame-Resistant, High-Temperature Phthalonitrile Composites

Flame-Resistant, High-Temperature Phthalonitrile Composites

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A major technological opportunity lies in the development of phthalonitrile-based composite systems for aerospace, marine, automobile, geothermal, electronic device, and oil rig platform applications. Phthalonitrile-based composites are easy to process from room temperature indefinitely stable prepreg or by resin transfer molding, exhibit high thermal and oxidative stability approaching 500°C (930°F) in air, have low-equilibrium moisture/water absorption, retain structural integrity in a flame environment, and show fire tolerance that exceeds Navy specifications for composite ship applications. Additionally, the cure exotherm is easily controlled for thick composite fabrication. The oligomeric phthalonitriles are liquid at about 50oC with curing to a thermoset or networked polymer above 200°C.

NRL Technology Transfer Office
http://www.nrl.navy.mil/techtransfer/fs.php?fs_id=MAT03

Naval Research Laboratory website
http://www.nrl.navy.mil
A major technological opportunity lies in the development of phthalonitrile-based composite systems for aerospace, marine, automobile, geothermal, electronic device, and oil rig platform applications. Phthalonitrile-based composites are easy to process from room temperature indefinitely stable prepreg or by resin transfer molding, exhibit high thermal and oxidative stability approaching 500°C (930°F) in air, have low-equilibrium moisture/water absorption, retain structural integrity in a flame environment, and show fire tolerance that exceeds Navy specifications for composite ship applications. Additionally, the cure exotherm is easily controlled for thick composite fabrication. The oligomeric phthalonitriles are liquid at about 50oC with curing to a thermoset or networked polymer above 200°C.

NRL Technology Transfer Office
http://www.nrl.navy.mil/techtransfer/fs.php?fs_id=MAT03

Naval Research Laboratory website
http://www.nrl.navy.mil

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Published by: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory on Aug 30, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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