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Dr. Shang-Lin Gao

Scientist

Dept. Composite Materials
+49 351 4658 287 +49 351 4658 362

Fields of Work

  • Composites & Nanocomposites: — Physical and mechanical properties; Structure and property relationships
  • Multifunctional Composites: Interphase sensor; Early warning of failure; Non-destructive damage detection
  • Fibres: Healing of nanoscale defects; Fibre sensor

Education

Selected Publications

  1. Variable structural colouration of composite interphase. Materials Horizons 4 (2017) 389-395 more
  2. Water vapour sensing by carbon nanoparticle 'skin'. Advanced Materials Interfaces 2 (2015) 1500244 more
  3. Multifunctional interphases in polymer composites. in Multifunctionality of Polymer Composites, Editors: Klaus Friedrich, Ulf Breuer, Publisher: Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-323-26434-1, (2015) 338-360 more
  4. Ultrathin carbon nanotube networks sensing polymer transitions. Soft Materials 12 (2014) S115-120 more
  5. Single MWNT-glass fiber as strain sensor and switch. Advanced Materials 23 (2011) 3392-3397 more
  6. Multi-functional multi-walled carbon nanotube-jute fibres and composites. Carbon 49 (2011) 2683-2692 more
  7. Glass fibre with carbon nanotube networks as Multifunctional sensors. Advanced Functional Materials 20 (2010) 1885-1893 more
  8. Functional interphases with multi-walled carbon nanotubes in glass fibre/epoxy composites. Carbon 48 (2010) 2273-2281 more
  9. Nanostructured coatings of glass fibers: Improvement of alkali reistance and mechanical properties. Acta Materialia 55 (2007) 1043-1052 more
  10. Coatings for glass fiber in a cementitious matrix Acta Materialia 52 (2004) 4745-4755 more
  11. Carbon fibres and composites with epoxy resins: Topography, fractography and interphases.  Carbon 42 (2004) 515-529 more
  12. Characterisation of interphase nanoscale property variations in glass fibre reinforced polypropylene and epoxy resin composites Composites A 33 (2002) 559-576 more
  13. Cooling rate influences in carbon fiber/PEEK composites: Part I. Crystallinity and interface adhesion.  Composites A 31 (2000) 517-530  more