Study Compression, Hardness and Density properties of PMMA Reinforced by Natural Powder Used in Denture Base applications

Authors

  • Jawad K. Oleiwi University of Technology
  • Qahtan A. Hamad University of Technology
  • Nada N. Kahdim University of technology- Material Engineering Department

Abstract

 This research had been done to investigate the effect of adding natural powder of Pistachio Shell to PMMA, which popularly used in denture applications. The powder added in different weights fraction (3%, 6%, 9%, and 12%), and different average particle size (53µm, 106 µm, 150 µm, and 212µm %), and studying Compression Strength, Surface Hardness, and Density properties. Hand Lay-Up represented the method used to prepare the specimens in this research. The results were statistically analyzed by SPSS (one-way ANOVA) to determine the mean value and showed a significant difference for each particle size. The highest value of compression strength and surface hardness of PMMA composite specimens happened at (9%wt.) of the filler particles. Also the results represented that the density values for the composite specimens are increased with increasing the weight fraction of the filler particles.

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Published

2019-12-26

How to Cite

Jawad K. Oleiwi, Qahtan A. Hamad, & Kahdim, N. N. . (2019). Study Compression, Hardness and Density properties of PMMA Reinforced by Natural Powder Used in Denture Base applications. Engineering and Technology Journal, 37(12A), 522-527. Retrieved from http://engtechjournal.org/index.php/et/article/view/352