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While carbon nanotube technology (CNT) has created vast interest for application starting from semiconductors to medical, one stream that is of high focus for research at TE Connectivity is high-performance electrical cables.
Belgian fiberglass firm 3B-Fibreglass has signed a joint development agreement (JDA) with Nanocyl, a carbon nanotube (CNT) manufacturer also based in Belgium, to develop ultra-strong thermoplastic reinforcement composites using carbon nanotube technology. The companies hope to merge their complementary know-how in order to combine glass fibres with CNT-based sizing technology (including Nanocyl's polymer-based sizing agent Sizicyl) to improve the performance of thermoplastic and thermoset composite applications significantly.
The scientists say several problems in carbon nanotube technology remain to be overcome, including the development of a low-temperature synthetic process with high yield as well as precise control over the nanotube dimensions and chirality, limitations of chemical composition, and the production of 'three-dimensionally nanoscale' carbon nanotube objects.