Molly Pavey

Chemical engineering

Hometown: Mesa, Arizona, United States

Graduation date: Spring 2022

Additional details: First-generation college student

Molly Pavey
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Implementation of Mechanophores into Shape Memory Polymers to Create Self-Sensing, Self-Healing Composite Materials

Previous work incorporated mechanophore, a material that undergoes chemical or physical response under mechanical stress, into an epoxy resin to create a composite that emits fluorescence under stress. This fluorescence can signal stress prior to mechanical failure and provide early damage detection. The work improves shape memory polymer epoxy with self-sensing and self-healing capabilities. This study analyzes a range of mechanophore weight loading to observe its effect on the thermal and mechanical properties and fluorescence responsive behavior.

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