Kinsuk Naskar
Kinsuk Naskar
Professor and Head, Rubber Technology Centre and Institute Chair Professor, IIT Kharagpur, INDIA
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Thermoplastic elastomers based on PP/EPDM blends by dynamic vulcanization
K Naskar
Rubber chemistry and technology 80 (3), 504-519, 2007
Recent developments on thermoplastic elastomers by dynamic vulcanization
RR Babu, K Naskar
Advanced Rubber Composites, 219-247, 2011
Interrelationships of morphology, thermal and mechanical properties in uncrosslinked and dynamically crosslinked PP/EOC and PP/EPDM blends
RR Babu, NK Singha, K Naskar
Express Polymer Letters 4 (4), 197-209, 2010
PP-EPDM thermoplastic vulcanisates (TPVs) by electron induced reactive processing
K Naskar, U Gohs, U Wagenknecht, G Heinrich
Express Polym. Lett 3 (11), 677-683, 2009
Thermo-responsive shape memory polymer blends based on alpha olefin and ethylene propylene diene rubber
T Chatterjee, P Dey, GB Nando, K Naskar
Polymer 78, 180-192, 2015
Super thermoplastic vulcanizates based on carboxylated acrylonitrile butadiene rubber (XNBR) and polyamide (PA12)
T Chatterjee, D Basu, A Das, S Wiessner, K Naskar, G Heinrich
European Polymer Journal 78, 235-252, 2016
Automotive applications of thermoplastic vulcanizates
AB Bhattacharya, T Chatterjee, K Naskar
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 137 (27), 49181, 2020
Development of thermoplastic elastomers based on maleated ethylene propylene rubber (m-EPM) and polypropylene (PP) by dynamic vulcanization
K Chatterjee, K Naskar
Express Polymer Letters 1, 527-534, 2007
Novel thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) based on silicone rubber and polyamide exploring peroxide cross-linking
T Chatterjee, S Wiessner, K Naskar, G Heinrich
Express Polym. Lett 8 (4), 220-231, 2014
Conductive carbon black-filled ethylene acrylic elastomer vulcanizates: physico-mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties
BP Sahoo, K Naskar, DK Tripathy
Journal of Materials Science 47, 2421-2433, 2012
Influence of various stabilizers on ageing of dicumyl peroxide-cured polypropylene/ethylene-propylene-diene thermoplastic vulcanizates
K Naskar, D Kokot, JWM Noordermeer
Polymer degradation and stability 85 (2), 831-839, 2004
Dynamically vulcanized PP/EPDM blends: Effects of different types of peroxides on the properties
K Naskar, JWM Noordermeer
Rubber chemistry and technology 76 (4), 1001-1018, 2003
Dynamically vulcanized PP/EPDM blends: Multifunctional peroxides as crosslinking agents—Part I
K Naskar, JWM Noordermeer
Rubber chemistry and technology 77 (5), 955-971, 2004
Preparation of polypropylene (PP)/ethylene octene copolymer (EOC) thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) by high energy electron reactive processing
R Rajeshbabu, U Gohs, K Naskar, V Thakur, U Wagenknecht, G Heinrich
Radiation Physics and Chemistry 80 (12), 1398-1405, 2011
Self-healing properties of carbon nanotube filled natural rubber/bromobutyl rubber blends
HH Le, S Hait, A Das, S Wiessner, KW Stoeckelhuber, F Böhme, U Reuter, ...
eXPRESS Polymer Letters 11 (3), 230, 2017
Effect of electron beam irradiation on dynamic mechanical, thermal and morphological properties of LLDPE and PDMS rubber blends
R Giri, K Naskar, GB Nando
Radiation physics and chemistry 81 (12), 1930-1942, 2012
Melt viscoelastic properties of peroxide cured polypropylene‐ethylene octene copolymer thermoplastic vulcanizates
RR Babu, NK Singha, K Naskar
Polymer Engineering & Science 50 (3), 455-467, 2010
Dynamically vulcanized blends of polypropylene and ethylene‐octene copolymer: Comparison of different peroxides on mechanical, thermal, and morphological characteristics
RR Babu, NK Singha, K Naskar
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 113 (3), 1836-1852, 2009
Study on characterization and properties of nanosilica‐filled thermoplastic vulcanizates
K Chatterjee, K Naskar
Polymer Engineering & Science 48 (6), 1077-1084, 2008
Studies on the influence of structurally different peroxides in polypropylene/ethylene alpha olefin thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs)
RR Babu, NK Singha, K Naskar
Express Polymer Letters 2 (3), 226-236, 2008
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