Graphene Enhanced Coatings

Time: 16:30 - 17:00

Date: 8 June 2021

Theatre: Seminar Room 2

8-june-2021 16:30 8-june-2021 17:00 Europe/London Graphene Enhanced Coatings

Graphene modified coatings show tremendous potential for improvements in mechanical, chemical, thermal and electrical properties over a wide range of applications.  Research at the University of Manchester has shown that graphene can enhance properties such as enhanced thermal stability, increased hardness, scratch resistance and superior adhesion to substrates.  Graphene’s unique 2D structure means that it… Read more »

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Graphene modified coatings show tremendous potential for improvements in mechanical, chemical, thermal and electrical properties over a wide range of applications.  Research at the University of Manchester has shown that graphene can enhance properties such as enhanced thermal stability, increased hardness, scratch resistance and superior adhesion to substrates.  Graphene’s unique 2D structure means that it imparts exceptional barrier properties to a system, giving protection against reactive liquids, gases, salts and acids when incorporated into coatings to form nanocomposites.  Anticorrosion coatings are a large focus for the GEIC and the talk will present an overview with example data for such systems.

 

Speakers

  • Wayne Harrison Application Specialist - Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre

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