His primary areas of study are Composite material, Polymer, Differential scanning calorimetry, Lactic acid and Miscibility. His work in Composite material is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Cellulose. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Linseed oil and Epoxy.
His Linseed oil research incorporates themes from Compatibilization and Extrusion, Reactive extrusion. His Epoxy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Epoxidized soybean oil and Maleic anhydride. His Miscibility research integrates issues from Elastomer, Polybutadiene and Polycarbonate.
His main research concerns Composite material, Polymer, Chemical engineering, Plasticizer and Differential scanning calorimetry. His Composite material research incorporates themes from Linseed oil and Thermal stability. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Polyester, Polyethylene and Polypropylene.
His work in Chemical engineering covers topics such as Compatibilization which are related to areas like Reactive extrusion and Polybutylene succinate. His work deals with themes such as Polyvinyl chloride, Curing, Glass transition and Vinyl chloride, which intersect with Plasticizer. His research investigates the connection with Differential scanning calorimetry and areas like Thermogravimetric analysis which intersect with concerns in Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene.
Rafael Balart mainly investigates Composite material, Epoxy, Chemical engineering, Compatibilization and Linseed oil. His Composite material study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Thermal stability. His Epoxy research includes themes of Basalt fiber and Library science.
His studies deal with areas such as Electrospinning and Solid-state chemistry as well as Chemical engineering. His Compatibilization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Polybutylene succinate, Differential scanning calorimetry, Reactive extrusion and Transmission electron microscopy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ultimate tensile strength, Epoxidized soybean oil and Polyester in addition to Reactive extrusion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Epoxy, Chemical engineering, Compatibilization and Differential scanning calorimetry. His research on Composite material frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Thermal stability. His Epoxy research includes elements of Epoxidized soybean oil, Biopolymer, Polymer, Physical chemistry and Autocatalysis.
His work in the fields of Chemical engineering, such as Cellulose nanocrystals, intersects with other areas such as Christian ministry. Rafael Balart combines subjects such as Polybutylene succinate, Succinic anhydride and Cottonseed oil with his study of Compatibilization. The various areas that Rafael Balart examines in his Differential scanning calorimetry study include Bisphenol A, Activation energy, Curing, Dynamic mechanical analysis and Thermogravimetric analysis.
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Surface modification of low density polyethylene (LDPE) film by low pressure O2 plasma treatment
M.R. Sanchis;V. Blanes;M. Blanes;D. Garcia.
European Polymer Journal (2006)
Compatibilization of poly(3‐hydroxybutyrate‐co‐3‐hydroxyvalerate)–poly(lactic acid) blends with diisocyanates
Jennifer González-Ausejo;Estefania Sánchez-Safont;José Maria Lagarón;Rafael Balart.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2017)
Characterization of the surface changes and the aging effects of low-pressure nitrogen plasma treatment in a polyurethane film
M.R. Sanchis;O. Calvo;O. Fenollar;D. Garcia.
Polymer Testing (2008)
Recycling of ABS and PC from electrical and electronic waste. Effect of miscibility and previous degradation on final performance of industrial blends
Rafael Balart;Juan López;David García;M. Dolores Salvador.
European Polymer Journal (2005)
Green composites based on polypropylene matrix and hydrophobized spend coffee ground (SCG) powder
D. García-García;A. Carbonell;M.D. Samper;D. García-Sanoguera.
Composites Part B-engineering (2015)
The effect of maleinized linseed oil (MLO) on mechanical performance of poly(lactic acid)-thermoplastic starch (PLA-TPS) blends.
J.M. Ferri;D. Garcia-Garcia;L. Sánchez-Nacher;O. Fenollar.
Carbohydrate Polymers (2016)
Optimization of the curing conditions of PVC plastisols based on the use of an epoxidized fatty acid ester plasticizer
O. Fenollar;D. García;L. Sánchez;J. López.
European Polymer Journal (2009)
Characterization of green composites from biobased epoxy matrices and bio-fillers derived from seashell wastes
V. Fombuena;L. Bernardi;O. Fenollar;T. Boronat.
Materials & Design (2014)
Compatibilization of highly sustainable polylactide/almond shell flour composites by reactive extrusion with maleinized linseed oil
Luis J Quiles-Carrillo;Nestor Montanes;Chris Sammon;Rafael Balart.
Industrial Crops and Products (2018)
Development and characterization of environmentally friendly composites from poly(butylene succinate) (PBS) and almond shell flour with different compatibilizers
P. Liminana;David Garcia-Sanoguera;Luis Quiles-Carrillo;Rafael Balart.
Composites Part B-engineering (2018)
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