Development of conductive CFRPs using PANI-P-2M thermoset polymer matrix
This research article presents the analysis of a conductive carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) prepared using the new thermoset resin of polyaniline (PANI) applying 2-Methacryloyloxyethyl acid phosphate (P-2M) as a curable dopant. The results of this study established a conductive CFRP with easy synthesis route employing the prepreg technology. This work shows a successful fabrication of CFRP using the new resin developed using a curable dopant for PANI. This is a significant step forward at producing lightning strike protection (LSP) technologies with large scale manufacturing potential, and the future work aims at investigating this CFRP for lightning strike effectiveness.
Conductive thermosetting composites, Polyaniline, Carbon fiber-reinforced plastic, Electrical conductivity
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