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Ferrie Wander Joseph van Hattum
Department of Polymer Engineering
University of Minho, Campus de Azurém
4800-058, Guimarães
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+ 351 253 510 334
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Optimising dispersion in nanocomposite compounding and processing, carbon nanotubes - thermoplastic matrix composites, micromechanical modelling of (nano-)composite properties, cost-effective production of structural composites
P. Cardoso, J. Silva, A. J. Paleo, F. W. J. van Hattum, R. Simoes, S. Lanceros-Mendez, “The dominant role of tunneling in the conductivity of carbon nanofiber-epoxy composites”, Physica status solidi A, 207(2), 407 (2010).

M. Yamanoi, C. Leer, F.W.J. van Hattum, O.S. Carneiro and J.M. Maia, “Direct Fibre Simulation of Carbon Nanofibres Suspensions in a Newtonian Fluid under Simple Shear”, Journal of Colloid & Interface Science, accepted for publication (2010).

F.W.J. van Hattum, C. Leer, J. Viana, O.S. Carneiro, M.L. Lake and C.A Bernardo, “Conductive Long Fibre Reinforced Thermoplastics by using Carbon Nanofibres”, Plastics, Rubber and Composites, 35(6-7), 247 (2006).

F.W.J. van Hattum, C.A. Bernardo and G.G. Tibbetts, “Mechanical properties of vapor grown carbon fibres and VGCF-thermoplastic composites”, in ‘Carbon Filaments and Nanotubes: Common Origins, Differing Applications?’, L. P. Biró, C. A. Bernardo, G. G. Tibbetts, Ph. Lambin (eds.), NATO ASI Series E: Applied Sciences, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (2001).

F.W.J. van Hattum and C.A. Bernardo, “A model to predict the strength of short fiber composites”, Polymer Composites, 20 (4), 524 (1999).