Cellulose-Derived Carbon Fibers Produced via a Continuous Carbonization Process: Investigating Precursor Choice and Carbonization Conditions

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Cellulose-Derived Carbon Fibers Produced via a Continuous Carbonization Process : Investigating Precursor Choice and Carbonization Conditions. / Byrne, Nolene; Setty, Mohan; Blight, Simon; Tadros, Ray; Ma, Yibo; Sixta, Herbert; Hummel, Michael.

julkaisussa: Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, Vuosikerta 217, Nro 22, 11.2016, s. 2517-2524.

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abstract = "Here, the carbonization of two Lyocell type regenerated cellulose fibres is reported. Commercially available Lyocell as well as the experimental Lyocell type fibre known as Ioncell-F spun from the ionic liquid 1,5-diazabicyclo[4.3.0]non-5-ene-1-ium acetate ([DBNH]OAc) is investigated, which supports higher draw ratio and thus improves precursor mechanical properties. Lyocell fibres are known to have improved mechanical properties over other regenerated cellulose fibres and are therefore considered to be better carbon fibre precursor candidates. The Lyocell fibres used in this study are carbonized utilizing a scaled down identical replica of an in use carbon fibre line. The importance of this is the ability to assess the performance of the Lyocell fibres under more realistic continuous carbonization processing conditions. The tensile properties, morphology, and chemical composition of all fibres are determined. It is shown that by changing the carbonization temperature and atmosphere fibres with different mechanical properties and diameter can be produced. Elemental analysis confirms that each fibre has a carbon content of ≥90{\%}.",
keywords = "Carbon fibres, Continuous carbonization, Lyocell cellulose, Nanoindentation",
author = "Nolene Byrne and Mohan Setty and Simon Blight and Ray Tadros and Yibo Ma and Herbert Sixta and Michael Hummel",
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AU - Byrne, Nolene

AU - Setty, Mohan

AU - Blight, Simon

AU - Tadros, Ray

AU - Ma, Yibo

AU - Sixta, Herbert

AU - Hummel, Michael

PY - 2016/11

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N2 - Here, the carbonization of two Lyocell type regenerated cellulose fibres is reported. Commercially available Lyocell as well as the experimental Lyocell type fibre known as Ioncell-F spun from the ionic liquid 1,5-diazabicyclo[4.3.0]non-5-ene-1-ium acetate ([DBNH]OAc) is investigated, which supports higher draw ratio and thus improves precursor mechanical properties. Lyocell fibres are known to have improved mechanical properties over other regenerated cellulose fibres and are therefore considered to be better carbon fibre precursor candidates. The Lyocell fibres used in this study are carbonized utilizing a scaled down identical replica of an in use carbon fibre line. The importance of this is the ability to assess the performance of the Lyocell fibres under more realistic continuous carbonization processing conditions. The tensile properties, morphology, and chemical composition of all fibres are determined. It is shown that by changing the carbonization temperature and atmosphere fibres with different mechanical properties and diameter can be produced. Elemental analysis confirms that each fibre has a carbon content of ≥90%.

AB - Here, the carbonization of two Lyocell type regenerated cellulose fibres is reported. Commercially available Lyocell as well as the experimental Lyocell type fibre known as Ioncell-F spun from the ionic liquid 1,5-diazabicyclo[4.3.0]non-5-ene-1-ium acetate ([DBNH]OAc) is investigated, which supports higher draw ratio and thus improves precursor mechanical properties. Lyocell fibres are known to have improved mechanical properties over other regenerated cellulose fibres and are therefore considered to be better carbon fibre precursor candidates. The Lyocell fibres used in this study are carbonized utilizing a scaled down identical replica of an in use carbon fibre line. The importance of this is the ability to assess the performance of the Lyocell fibres under more realistic continuous carbonization processing conditions. The tensile properties, morphology, and chemical composition of all fibres are determined. It is shown that by changing the carbonization temperature and atmosphere fibres with different mechanical properties and diameter can be produced. Elemental analysis confirms that each fibre has a carbon content of ≥90%.

KW - Carbon fibres

KW - Continuous carbonization

KW - Lyocell cellulose

KW - Nanoindentation

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