His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Polymer blend, Phase, Surface tension and Polyethylene. His Composite material study focuses mostly on Extrusion, Polypropylene, Ionomer, Rheology and Thermoplastic. His Extrusion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallinity and Crystallization.
His Polymer blend research incorporates elements of Polystyrene, High-density polyethylene, Polymer chemistry and Concentration effect. Basil D. Favis has researched Phase in several fields, including Glass transition, Dynamic mechanical analysis, Viscosity, Mineralogy and Particle size. His Polymer study incorporates themes from Elasticity and Viscoelasticity.
Basil D. Favis mainly focuses on Composite material, Polymer blend, Phase, Polymer chemistry and Polymer. His studies link Surface tension with Composite material. His research in Polymer blend intersects with topics in Polystyrene, Concentration effect and High-density polyethylene.
His Phase research also works with subjects such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Phase, Polymer, Polymer blend and Ternary operation. His Composite material study typically links adjacent topics like Surface tension. The Phase study combines topics in areas such as Glass transition, Nanoparticle, Colloidal gold, Polyethylene and Izod impact strength test.
Many of his research projects under Polymer are closely connected to Percolation with Percolation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Polymer blend research incorporates themes from Surface modification, Porosity, Nano- and Caprolactone. The various areas that Basil D. Favis examines in his Thermoplastic study include Elastomer, Mixing and Extrusion.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Phase, Polymer blend, Izod impact strength test and Surface tension. In his works, Basil D. Favis conducts interdisciplinary research on Composite material and Annealing. His work in Polymer blend tackles topics such as Nano- which are related to areas like Viscosity, Contact angle, Drop and Scanning electron microscope.
While the research belongs to areas of Surface tension, Basil D. Favis spends his time largely on the problem of Surface energy, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Nanocomposite, Low-density polyethylene, Nanoparticle and Surface modification. His studies in Thermoplastic integrate themes in fields like Saturation, Extrusion and Starch. His research integrates issues of Wetting and Polymer in his study of Polymer chemistry.
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The effect of viscosity ratio on the morphology of polypropylene/polycarbonate blends during processing
B. D. Favis;J. P. Chalifoux.
Polymer Engineering and Science (1987)
Binary and ternary blends of polylactide, polycaprolactone and thermoplastic starch
Pierre Sarazin;Gang Li;William J. Orts;Basil D. Favis.
Influence of composition on the morphology of polypropylene/polycarbonate blends
B.D. Favis;J.P. Chalifoux.
Processing‐morphology relationships of compatibilized polyolefin/polyamide blends. Part I: The effect of an lonomer compatibilizer on blend morphology
J. M. Willis;B. D. Favis.
Polymer Engineering and Science (1988)
High performance LDPE/thermoplastic starch blends: a sustainable alternative to pure polyethylene
F.J Rodriguez-Gonzalez;B.A Ramsay;B.D Favis.
The effect of processing parameters on the morphology of an immiscible binary blend
B. D. Favis.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science (1990)
Controlled preparation and properties of porous poly(l-lactide) obtained from a co-continuous blend of two biodegradable polymers
Pierre Sarazin;Xavier Roy;Basil D. Favis.
Factors influencing structure formation and phase size in an immiscible polymer blend of polycarbonate and polypropylene prepared by twin-screw extrusion
B.D. Favis;D. Therrien.
Rheology and extrusion foaming of chain‐branched poly(lactic acid)
Mihaela Mihai;Mihaela Mihai;Michel A. Huneault;Basil D. Favis.
Polymer Engineering and Science (2010)
Rheological and thermal properties of thermoplastic starch with high glycerol content
F.J. Rodriguez-Gonzalez;B.A. Ramsay;B.D. Favis.
Carbohydrate Polymers (2004)
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