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      Performance evaluation of melamine derivatives as flame retardant additive in chicken feather containing thermoplastic polyurethane biocomposites

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          The objective of this research is to examine the potential use of melamine derivatives namely melamine cyanurate (MC), melamine phosphate (MP), and melamine polyphosphate (MPP) as flame retardant additives in chicken feather (CF) containing thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). The performances of the composites are evaluated using limiting oxygen index (LOI), vertical UL-94 (UL-94 V), and mass loss calorimeter (MLC) tests. The V0 rating is achieved with the addition of 10 wt% MC, 20 wt% MP, and MPP. The performances of the additives are ranked in the ascending order of MC, MP, and MPP in LOI test. MP and MPP show distinct better performance than MC in the condensed phase. However, the gas phase action of MC is much better. than MP, and MPP. The lowest pHRR (103 Kw/m 2), THE (39 MJ/m 2), and THE/TML ratio (1.4 MJ/m 2g) are observed with the use of 20 wt% MPP, MP, and MC, respectively.

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                Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials
                Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials
                SAGE Publications
                0892-7057
                1530-7980
                October 10 2022
                : 089270572211330
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Department of Textile, Apparel and Leather, Van Vocational School of Higher Education, Yuzuncu Yıl University, Van, Turkey
                [2 ]Department of Basic Sciences, Bartın University, Turkey
                [3 ]Department of Textile Engineering, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey
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                10.1177/08927057221133090
                512a4b27-e84b-4ab6-8eb4-bf2bd9e2f64d
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