His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Epoxy, Polymer, Toughness and Fracture mechanics. A large part of his Composite material studies is devoted to Adhesive. His Epoxy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nanocomposite, Glass transition, Thermosetting polymer, Volume fraction and Fracture toughness.
In his study, Silica nanoparticles is strongly linked to Natural rubber, which falls under the umbrella field of Polymer. His Toughness research includes themes of Nanoparticle and Polymer blend. His study in Fracture mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Void, Microstructure and Substrate.
Ambrose C. Taylor focuses on Composite material, Epoxy, Polymer, Toughness and Fracture mechanics. Composite material and Nanoparticle are frequently intertwined in his study. His Epoxy study combines topics in areas such as Fracture toughness, Nanocomposite, Fibre-reinforced plastic, Composite number and Microstructure.
His Polymer study incorporates themes from Ultimate tensile strength, Curing, Thermoplastic and Graphene. His Toughness research incorporates elements of Particle size, Microscopy, Nano- and Elastic modulus. His work carried out in the field of Fracture mechanics brings together such families of science as Brittleness, Cellulose and Fracture.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Epoxy, Polymer, Toughness and Nanoparticle. His Thermosetting polymer, Natural rubber, Fracture mechanics, Composite number and Coating study are his primary interests in Composite material. His Epoxy research integrates issues from Silica nanoparticles, Nano- and Graphene.
Ambrose C. Taylor has researched Polymer in several fields, including Adhesive, Nanocomposite and Microstructure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Brittleness, Fracture toughness and Curing in addition to Toughness. His Nanoparticle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon fiber composite, Dispersion and Photoluminescence.
His main research concerns Composite material, Epoxy, Toughness, Polymer and Fracture mechanics. His Composite material research integrates issues from Nanoparticle and Graphene. The various areas that Ambrose C. Taylor examines in his Nanoparticle study include Microstructure and Fracture.
His Epoxy research incorporates themes from Ultimate tensile strength and Curing. In Polymer, Ambrose C. Taylor works on issues like Nanocomposite, which are connected to Thermal treatment, Dispersion, Evaporation and Hybrid material. His research investigates the connection between Fracture mechanics and topics such as Adhesive that intersect with issues in Modulus, Agglomerate and Sonication.
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Toughening mechanisms of nanoparticle-modified epoxy polymers
B.B. Johnsen;A.J. Kinloch;R.D. Mohammed;A.C. Taylor.
The mechanisms and mechanics of the toughening of epoxy polymers modified with silica nanoparticles
T.H. Hsieh;A.J. Kinloch;K. Masania;A.C. Taylor.
The toughness of epoxy polymers and fibre composites modified with rubber microparticles and silica nanoparticles
T. H. Hsieh;A. J. Kinloch;K. Masania;J. Sohn Lee.
Journal of Materials Science (2010)
Erratum to: The toughness of epoxy polymers and fibre composites modified with rubber microparticles and silica nanoparticles (vol 45, pg 1193, 2010)
TH Hsieh;AJ Kinloch;K Masania;JS Lee.
The effect of silica nano particles and rubber particles on the toughness of multiphase thermosetting epoxy polymers
A. J. Kinloch;R. D. Mohammed;A. C. Taylor;C. Eger.
Journal of Materials Science (2005)
Toughening structural adhesives via nano- and micro-phase inclusions
A. J. Kinloch;J. H. Lee;A. C. Taylor;S. Sprenger.
Journal of Adhesion (2003)
The tensile fatigue behaviour of a silica nanoparticle-modified glass fibre reinforced epoxy composite
C.M. Manjunatha;A.C. Taylor;A.J. Kinloch;S. Sprenger.
Composites Science and Technology (2010)
The fracture and fatigue behaviour of nano-modified epoxy polymers
B. R. K. Blackman;A. J. Kinloch;J. Sohn Lee;A. C. Taylor.
Journal of Materials Science (2007)
The effect of carbon nanotubes on the fracture toughness and fatigue performance of a thermosetting epoxy polymer
T. H. Hsieh;A. J. Kinloch;A. C. Taylor;I. A. Kinloch.
Journal of Materials Science (2011)
The mechanical properties and fracture behaviour of epoxy-inorganic micro- and nano-composites
A. J. Kinloch;A. C. Taylor.
Journal of Materials Science (2006)
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