Electron-beam (EB) curing of two epoxy resins, one acrylated and one methacrylated, has been investigated. The change in thermomechanical properties, such as Tg, and the change of residual unsaturation have been studied as a function of dose. These results, in combination with in situ measurements of the temperature during cure, have shown the importance of sample geometry for the final properties of the thermoset. The thermal history of the sample during cure greatly affects the properties of the cured resin.
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Electron-beam curing of thick thermoset composite matrices / T. Glauser, M. Johansson, A. Hult // Polymer. – 1999. – N 40. – P. 5297–5302.