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Mechanical, Rheological and Thermal Investigations of Biocompatible Feedstock Filament Comprising of PVC, PP and HAp

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Abstract

In the present work, mechanical, rheological and thermal investigations for biocompatible feedstock filament wire (comprising of polyvinyl chloride and polypropylene and hydroxyapatite particles) have been conducted. The feedstock filament wire has been prepared (in-house) by twin-screw extrusion for commercial fused deposition modeling. This study also highlights the combined optimization of various mechanical properties (like peak load, break load, Young’s modulus and shore hardness) of the feedstock filament. The results have been supported by thermal analysis based upon differential scanning calorimetry, composite material morphology based upon scanning electron microscope analysis and rheological analysis based upon melt flow index.

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Abbreviations

TSE:

Twin-screw extrusion

FDM:

Fused deposition modeling

HAp:

Hydroxyapatite

PVC:

Polyvinyl chloride

PP:

Polypropylene

S/N ratio:

Signal-to-noise ratio

SEM:

Scanning electron microscope

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Acknowledgements

The authors are thankful to Manufacturing Research Lab (Production Engineering Department, GNDEC Ludhiana), SERB, Department of Science, and Technology (India) for financial support under extramural research scheme, F. No. EMR/2014/001209, Institution of Engineers (India), F. No. R.6/2/DR/2017-18/RDDR2017010.

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Ranjan, N., Singh, R. & Ahuja, I.P.S. Mechanical, Rheological and Thermal Investigations of Biocompatible Feedstock Filament Comprising of PVC, PP and HAp. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. A Phys. Sci. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40010-020-00664-2

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Keywords

  • Twin-screw extruder
  • Feed stoke filament
  • HAp
  • PP
  • PVC
  • Melt flow index
  • Mechanical properties