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R & D CINVESTAV-ITESM related to the Aeronautic Sector. Dr. Alejandro Manzano Ramírez. Información y difusión sobre las oportunidades de cooperación en aeronáutica y transporte áerea del FP7 – 24 Septiembre CIDESI. Composite materials can be found now in normal day by day live .

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R & D CINVESTAV-ITESMrelated to the Aeronautic Sector

Dr. Alejandro Manzano Ramírez

Información y difusión sobre las oportunidades de cooperación en aeronáutica y transporte áerea del FP7– 24 Septiembre CIDESI


Silane Coupling Agent

Treatment of henequén fiber with a solution of NaOH al 2% w/v

Elimination of lignin, hemicelulose, pectin and other cereos



FTIR Analysis of treated natural fiber with silane coupling agent.

Si-O-Si y Si-O-Ccelulosa






Testing [1]

(Failure Modes)

-Mode I Interlaminar Fracture Toughness

ASTM D 5528

-Tensile Properties of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials

ASTM D3039

-Flexural Properties of Unreinforced and Reinforced Plastics

ASTM D 790

[1] Adams, D. F., Carlsson L. A., Pipes R. B. Experimental Characterization of Advanced Composite Materials. CRC Press

3rd Edition. Boca Raton, 2003.

new trend and joint ventures
New trend and joint ventures

Production of nanocomposite of Epoxy/Clay/CarbonNanotubes

CINVESTAV-Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina (UDESC)-ITESM

Electrically conductive polymer composites made with

carbon nanotubes are of growing interest for a variety of

applications such as: electrostatic dissipation,

photovoltaic devices, and electromagnetic Interference

(EMI) shielding.

- Conductive polymer composites require a three

dimensional network to impart electrical


  • Clay was introduced into single-walled carbon nanotube/epoxy

composites to improve nanotube dispersion without harming

electrical conductivity or mechanical performance

- The montmorillonite clays, they have a layer based

morphology,which spaces between such layers could be

filled with material like water, gypsum, sand, other soil

groups, lime, and organic additives or CARBON NANOTUBES to

avoid the volumetric changes.