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Natural organic materials (wood, horn, skin, etc.) have been used since the dawn of humanity. Textile fabrication from vegetal fibers (linen, cotton, etc.) or from animals (silk, wool, etc.) reached an “industrial” stage from the Middle Ages onwards. The idea of changing raw matter by specific physical or chemical treatment (dyeing fibers, leather tanning, etc.) is practically as ancient as the applications themselves. In the 19th century, however, a new idea emerged: chemically modifying natural substances (fibers, skins, etc.) so as to make them into completely different from the natural forms.
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New insights in polymer-biofuels interaction Avancées dans la compréhension des interactions polymères-biocarburants RICHAUD, Emmanuel; DJOUANI, Fatma; FAYOLLE, Bruno; VERDU, Jacques; FLACONNECHE, Bruno (Institut Français du Pétrole, 2015)This paper deals with polymer-fuel interaction focusing on specific effects of biofuels on polyethylene (PE) in automotive applications. The practical objective is to develop a predictable approach for durability of ...
DJOUANI, Fatma; ZAHRA, Yahya; FAYOLLE, Bruno; KUNTZ, M; VERDU, Jacques (ELSEVIER, 2014)Epoxy networks based on Diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (DGEBA) and cured with Jeffamines (POPA) or polyamidoamine (PAA) were gamma irradiated at 25 1C in air. Dose rates of 50, 200 or 2000 Gy h- 1 for doses up 100 kGy ...
LE GAC, Pierre Yves; ROUX, Gérard; VERDU, Jacques; DAVIES, Peter; FAYOLLE, Bruno (Elsevier, 2014)Thermal oxidation in air at atmospheric pressure, in the 80-140 °C temperature range and in oxygen at 100 °C in the 0.02-3 MPa pressure range, of unvulcanized, unstabilized, unfilled polychloroprene (CR) has been characterized ...
RICHAUD, Emmanuel; AUDOUIN, Ludmila; FAYOLLE, Bruno; VERDU, Jacques; MATISOVÁ-RYCHLÁ, Lyda; RYCHLY, Jozef (ELSEVIER, 2012)This study deals with oxidation kinetics of three unsaturated fatty esters: methyl oleate, methyl linoleate and methyl linolenate at temperatures ranging from 90 to 150 °C. The reaction was monitored by chemiluminescence. ...
OKAMBA-DIOGO, Octavie; RICHAUD, Emmanuel; VERDU, Jacques; FERNAGUT, François; GUILMENT, Jean; FAYOLLE, Bruno (Elsevier, 2014)The present article reports a study of thermal oxidation of unstabilized polyamide 11 films at several temperatures (90–165 °C) under atmospheric pressure and under various oxygen pressures (up to 1.6 MPa) at 110 °C. The ...