Igor Krupa
Igor Krupa
QAPCO Polymer Chair Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University
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Electrically and thermally conductive polyethylene/graphite composites and their mechanical properties
I Krupa, I Novák, I Chodák
Synthetic metals 145 (2-3), 245-252, 2004
Physical properties of thermoplastic/graphite composites
I Krupa, I Chodak
European Polymer Journal 37 (11), 2159-2168, 2001
Phase change materials based on low-density polyethylene/paraffin wax blends
I Krupa, G Miková, AS Luyt
European Polymer Journal 43 (11), 4695-4705, 2007
A comparative study on the electrical and mechanical behaviour of multi‐walled carbon nanotube composites prepared by diluting a masterbatch with various types of polypropylenes
M Mičušík, M Omastová, I Krupa, J Prokeš, P Pissis, E Logakis, C Pandis, ...
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 113 (4), 2536-2551, 2009
“Percolation effect” and mechanical behavior of carbon black filled polyethylene
I Chodak, I Krupa
Journal of materials science letters 18 (18), 1457-1459, 1999
Polypropylene as a potential matrix for the creation of shape stabilized phase change materials
I Krupa, G Miková, AS Luyt
European polymer journal 43 (3), 895-907, 2007
Mechanical properties of uncrosslinked and crosslinked linear low‐density polyethylene/wax blends
I Krupa, AS Luyt
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 81 (4), 973-980, 2001
Thermal characterization of phase change materials based on linear low-density polyethylene, paraffin wax and expanded graphite
P Sobolciak, M Karkri, MA Al-Maadeed, I Krupa
Renewable Energy 88, 372-382, 2016
Electro-conductive resins filled with graphite for casting applications
I Novák, I Krupa
European Polymer Journal 40 (7), 1417-1422, 2004
Analysis of correlation between percolation concentration and elongation at break in filled electroconductive epoxy-based adhesives
I Novák, I Krupa, I Chodák
European polymer journal 39 (3), 585-592, 2003
Thermal and mechanical properties of cross-linked and uncross-linked linear low-density polyethylene–wax blends
SP Hlangothi, I Krupa, V Djoković, AS Luyt
Polymer Degradation and Stability 79 (1), 53-59, 2003
Graphene and graphitic derivative filled polymer composites as potential sensors
D Ponnamma, Q Guo, I Krupa, MASA Al-Maadeed, KT Varughese, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (6), 3954-3981, 2015
Mechanical, sorption and adhesive properties of composites based on low density polyethylene filled with date palm wood powder
MA AlMaadeed, Z Nógellová, M Mičušík, I Novák, I Krupa
Materials & Design 53, 29-37, 2014
Thermal conductivity and latent heat thermal energy storage properties of LDPE/wax as a shape-stabilized composite phase change material
A Trigui, M Karkri, I Krupa
Energy Conversion and Management 77, 586-596, 2014
Electroconductive adhesives based on epoxy and polyurethane resins filled with silver-coated inorganic fillers
I Novák, I Krupa, I Chodák
Synthetic Metals 144 (1), 13-19, 2004
Comparison of LDPE, LLDPE and HDPE as matrices for phase change materials based on a soft Fischer–Tropsch paraffin wax
JA Molefi, AS Luyt, I Krupa
Thermochimica Acta 500 (1-2), 88-92, 2010
Unconventional experimental technologies available for phase change materials (PCM) characterization. Part 1. Thermophysical properties
LF Cabeza, C Barreneche, I Martorell, L Miró, S Sari-Bey, M Fois, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 43, 1399-1414, 2015
Phase change materials based on high-density polyethylene filled with microencapsulated paraffin wax
I Krupa, Z Nógellová, Z Špitalský, I Janigová, B Boh, B Sumiga, ...
Energy conversion and management 87, 400-409, 2014
The mechanical and adhesive properties of electrically and thermally conductive polymeric composites based on high density polyethylene filled with nickel powder
I Krupa, V Cecen, A Boudenne, J Prokeš, I Novák
Materials & Design 51, 620-628, 2013
Thermal properties of uncross-linked and cross-linked LLDPE/wax blends
I Krupa, AS Luyt
Polymer Degradation and Stability 70 (1), 111-117, 2000
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