Michael J Bortner
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Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials
EJ Foster, RJ Moon, UP Agarwal, MJ Bortner, J Bras, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 47 (8), 2609-2679, 2018
3712018
Synthesis and characterization of acrylonitrile methyl acrylate statistical copolymers as melt processable carbon fiber precursors
VA Bhanu, P Rangarajan, K Wiles, M Bortner, M Sankarpandian, ...
Polymer 43 (18), 4841-4850, 2002
1572002
Analysis of the sulfuric acid hydrolysis of wood pulp for cellulose nanocrystal production: a central composite design study
S Dong, MJ Bortner, M Roman
Industrial Crops and Products 93, 76-87, 2016
862016
Model analysis of feedstock behavior in fused filament fabrication: Enabling rapid materials screening
EL Gilmer, D Miller, CA Chatham, C Zawaski, JJ Fallon, A Pekkanen, ...
Polymer 152, 51-61, 2018
572018
A photocrosslinkable melt processible acrylonitrile terpolymer as carbon fiber precursor
T Mukundan, VA Bhanu, KB Wiles, H Johnson, M Bortner, DG Baird, ...
Polymer 47 (11), 4163-4171, 2006
552006
In-situ monitoring of polymer flow temperature and pressure in extrusion based additive manufacturing
DA Anderegg, HA Bryant, DC Ruffin, SM Skrip Jr, JJ Fallon, EL Gilmer, ...
Additive Manufacturing 26, 76-83, 2019
452019
Highly loaded fiber filled polymers for material extrusion: A review of current understanding
JJ Fallon, SH McKnight, MJ Bortner
Additive Manufacturing 30, 100810, 2019
292019
Current understanding and challenges in high temperature additive manufacturing of engineering thermoplastic polymers
A Das, CA Chatham, JJ Fallon, CE Zawaski, EL Gilmer, CB Williams, ...
Additive Manufacturing 34, 101218, 2020
282020
Additive manufacturing of pharmaceuticals for precision medicine applications: A review of the promises and perils in implementation
M Trivedi, J Jee, S Silva, C Blomgren, VM Pontinha, DL Dixon, ...
Additive Manufacturing 23, 319-328, 2018
272018
Shear rheological properties of acrylic copolymers and terpolymers suitable for potentially melt processable carbon fiber precursors
MJ Bortner, V Bhanu, JE McGrath, DG Baird
Journal of applied polymer science 93 (6), 2856-2865, 2004
262004
Using supercritical carbon dioxide in preparing carbon nanotube nanocomposite: Improved dispersion and mechanical properties
C Chen, M Bortner, JP Quigley, DG Baird
Polymer composites 33 (6), 1033-1043, 2012
222012
Absorption of CO2 and subsequent viscosity reduction of an acrylonitrile copolymer
MJ Bortner, DG Baird
Polymer 45 (10), 3399-3412, 2004
222004
Mechanically adaptive thermoplastic polyurethane/cellulose nanocrystal composites: Process‐driven structure–property relationships
JJ Fallon, BQ Kolb, CJ Herwig, EJ Foster, MJ Bortner
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 136 (4), 46992, 2019
202019
Melt-spinnable polyacrylonitrile copolymer precursors for carbon fibers
GC Miller, J Yu, RM Joseph, SR Choudhury, SJ Mecham, DG Baird, ...
Polymer 126, 87-95, 2017
202017
Gradient poly (ethylene glycol) diacrylate and cellulose nanocrystals tissue engineering composite scaffolds via extrusion bioprinting
BA Frost, BP Sutliff, P Thayer, MJ Bortner, EJ Foster
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 7, 280, 2019
162019
Melt processing of metastable acrylic copolymer carbon precursors
MJ Bortner
Virginia Tech, 2003
142003
Material extrusion based additive manufacturing with blends of polypropylene and hydrocarbon resins
A Das, AEC Marnot, JJ Fallon, SM Martin, EG Joseph, MJ Bortner
ACS Applied Polymer Materials 2 (2), 911-921, 2020
132020
Generation of polyphenylene sulfide reinforced with a thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer for application in fused filament fabrication
MQ Ansari, MJ Bortner, DG Baird
Additive Manufacturing 29, 100814, 2019
92019
Benign reduction of carbon nanotube agglomerates using a supercritical carbon dioxide process
JP Quigley, K Herrington, M Bortner, DG Baird
Applied Physics A 117 (3), 1003-1017, 2014
92014
Absorption of CO2 in high acrylonitrile content copolymers: dependence on acrylonitrile content
MJ Bortner, VA Bhanu, JE McGrath, DG Baird
Polymer 45 (10), 3413-3422, 2004
92004
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