Martin Strååt

Showing 13 publications

2012

Conducting bicomponent fibers obtained by melt spinning of PA6 and polyolefins containing high amounts of carbonaceous fillers

Martin Strååt, Mikael Rigdahl, Bengt Hagström
Journal of Applied Polymer Science. Vol. 123 (2), p. 936-943
Journal article
2011

Improvement of melt spinning properties and conductivity of immiscible polypropylene/polystyrene blends containing carbon black by addition of styrene-ethylene-butene-styrene block copolymer

Martin Strååt, Antal Boldizar, Mikael Rigdahl et al
Polymer Engineering and Science. Vol. 51 (6), p. 1165-1169
Journal article
2011

Melt spinning of conducting polymeric composites containing carbonaceous fillers

Martin Strååt, Staffan Toll, Antal Boldizar et al
Journal of Applied Polymer Science. Vol. 119 (6), p. 3264-3272
Journal article
2010

Dielectric properties of polyethylene foams at medium and high frequencies

Martin Strååt, Igor Chmutin, Antal Boldizar
Transactons of the Nordic Rheology Society. Vol. 18, p. 107-116
Paper in proceedings
2008

Dielectric properties of polyethylene foams at medium and high frequencies

Martin Strååt, Igor Chmutin, Antal Boldizar
Proc. Polymer Processing Society (PPS-24) (S15-770)
Paper in proceedings
2007

Foam extrusion and measurement of dielelctric properties at high frequencies on polyethylene foam

Martin Strååt, Antal Boldizar
Proc Nordiska Polymerdagarna 2007
Conference contribution
2007

Foam extrusion and dielectrical properties of foamed polyethylene at high frequencies

Martin Strååt, Antal Boldizar
Proc. Polymer Processing Society Europe/Africa Regional Meeting
Paper in proceedings
2006

Changes in dielectric properties for polyethylene at high frequencies

Martin Strååt, Antal Boldizar, Mikael Rigdahl et al
Proc. Nordic Polymer Days, Copenhagen, p. Section 2.18-
Conference contribution

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