FURI | Spring 2019

Nanoscale Material Characterization of Polymer Carbon Fiber Interphase using Low Energy Scanning Electron Microscopy

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The primary objective of this study is to understand how the low energy scanning electron microscopy can efficiently be used to characterize the nanoscale interphase domain in polymer matrix composite materials. This study will show how low energy scanning electron microscopy can efficiently be used to characterize effects of durability, including heat and humidity, on the interphase domain in composite materials. Future work will be needed to compare the different findings from high voltage to low voltage scanning electron microscopy.

Student researcher

Parker Larry Moberg

Mechanical engineering

Hometown: Pleasanton, California, United States

Graduation date: Spring 2019

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