Dec. 12, 2012
Hybrid twin screw extrusion and electrospinning vs conventional electrospinning
-- A new hybrid process involving the integration of electrospinning with twin screw extrusion was developed at the Highly Filled Materials Institute at Stevens. The Institute is located in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. The process has the following advantages versus conventional electrospinning:
More information can be obtained from the following publications of the Research Center or by logging onto www.hfmi.stevens.edu (http://www.hfmi.stevens.edu)
1. C. Erisken, D.M. Kalyon, and H. Wang, Nanotechnology., 19, 165302 (2008).
2. C. Erisken, D. M. Kalyon, and H. Wang, Biomaterials, 29 4065 (2008).
3. C. Erisken, D. Kalyon, C. Ornek, H. Wang and J. Xu, Tissue Engineering:
Part A, 17, 1239-1252 (2011).
4. C. Erisken, D. Kalyon and H. Wang, J. Biomechanical Engineering, 132, 091013-9 (2010).
5. S. Senturk-Ozer, D. Ward, H. Gevgilili and D. Kalyon, “Dynamics of electrospinning of poly(caprolactone)
via hybrid twin screw extrusion and electrospinning and properties of electrospun fibers”, accepted to appear in Polymer Engineering and Science, October (2012).