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Articles by Phil-Hyun Kang
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  Phil-Hyun Kang , Joon-Pyo Jeun , Dong-Kwon Seo and Young-Chang Nho
  Silicon carbide (SiC) exhibits many important properties, such as high intrinsic strength, stiffness, and high temperature stability. Therein, it is considered to be one of the most promising candidates for reinforcement of advanced ceramic matrix composites. The use of preceramic polymers presents the possibility of solving the intricacies involved in obtaining a new generation of ceramic materials. In this study, a radiation processing method was used to fabricate a cured polycarbosilane mat as a preceramic polymer. The polycarbosilane mat was cured by electron beam (e-beam) irradiation up to 10 MGy in an inert gas atmosphere. Next, the e-beam-cured PCS mat, as green fiber, was carbonized to produce the SiC mat. The conversion process of the PCS mat into the SiC mat was investigated by SEM, FT-IR, XRD, and TGA. According to FT-IR analysis, the Si–H peak intensity was observed to decrease as the polymer structure changed from polycarbosilane to SiC. The XRD patterns of SiC showed the diffraction peaks at (1 1 1), (2 2 0), and (3 1 1) which indicated the emergence of β-SiC. TGA curve shows that weight percent of residue of electrospun PCS mat, e-beam-cured PCS mat and pyrolyzed SiC mat up to 1000 °C were 72.5%, 88.3%, and 99.2%, respective
  Jae-Hak Choi , Chan-Hee Jung , Dong-Ki Kim , Dong-Hack Suh , Young-Chang Nho , Phil-Hyun Kang and Ramakrishnan Ganesan
  Multifunctional polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane (POSS)-reinforced polypropylene (PP) nanocomposites were prepared by a simple and economical radiation processing, which has a great potential for the preparation of high-performance materials. The tensile strength of PP/POSS nanocomposites increased with an increasing POSS content up to 5 wt% and with an increasing absorption dose up to 50 kGy. The tensile strength of irradiated PP/POSS nanocomposites decreased at high absorption dose due to the main chain scission of PP by radiation. The PP/POSS nanocomposites showed improved thermal stability due to the formation of crosslinked network between PP and POSS by radiation.
 
 
 
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