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Review of low-cost and light-weight novel nanocomposite materials for applications in sport car components

Author: 
Rajapakse, R. M. G., Senarathna, K.G.C., Wijesinghe, W.P.S.L., Gamagedara, T.P., and Dunuweera, S.P
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

Chassis and other body parts of sports cars must be rigid, strong but made of light-weight materials. Chassis in modern sports cars are designed with Computer Aided Design (CAD) Technology which aids in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design to obtain highly specialized curvatures capable of running stress simulations. Frameworks of the modern sports cars utilize monocoque structural skin which is a structural system in which loads are supported by the external skin. Use of stainless steel in constructing car frameworks makes the vehicle heavier and hence search for light-weight but strong and corrosion- resistant materials are desirable for constructing frameworks or chassis of sports cars. Use of aluminium alloys in place of stainless began to reduce weight and magnesium alloys were found to be even better in terms of weight reduction. One such material is the new steel made of Fe-Al-Ni which is much cheaper than other light-weight materials such as titanium alloys used in constructing airplane bodies and comparable in price to conventional steel. As opposed to metal alloys, other viable alternatives are carbon fibers and polymer-mineral nanocomposites. Then came the carbon fiber era where very strong carbon fibers are used in many parts of automobiles. Inorganic particle-polymer composites present the latest developments where nanoparticles of inorganic materials. In this review, we discuss clay-polymer nanocomposites which we developed using montmorillonite clay and poly (vinyl alcohol) polymer. These novels, low-cost and light-weight yet very strong materials can replace stainless steel in constructing body parts of sports cars.

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