Sirina Putthanarat, Sirina Safriet
Sirina Putthanarat, Sirina Safriet
University of Dayton Research Institute
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TitleCited byYear
Investigation of the nanofibrils of silk fibers
S Putthanarat, N Stribeck, SA Fossey, RK Eby, WW Adams
Polymer 41 (21), 7735-7747, 2000
1312000
Investigation of the nanofibrillar morphology in silk fibers by small angle X-ray scattering and atomic force microscopy
LD Miller, S Putthanarat, RK Eby, WW Adams
International journal of biological macromolecules 24 (2-3), 159-165, 1999
881999
Effect of processing temperature on the morphology of silk membranes
S Putthanarat, S Zarkoob, J Magoshi, JA Chen, RK Eby, M Stone, ...
Polymer 43 (12), 3405-3413, 2002
722002
Crystallization, melting and morphology of syndiotactic polypropylene fractions. 4. In situ lamellar single crystal growth and melting in different sectors
W Zhou, SZD Cheng, S Putthanarat, RK Eby, DH Reneker, B Lotz, ...
Macromolecules 33 (18), 6861-6868, 2000
722000
X-ray diffraction and computational studies of the modulus of silk (Bombyx mori)
A Sinsawat, S Putthanarat, Y Magoshi, R Pachter, RK Eby
Polymer 43 (4), 1323-1330, 2002
382002
High temperature nanoindentation of PMR-15 polyimide
YC Lu, DC Jones, GP Tandon, S Putthanarat, GA Schoeppner
Experimental Mechanics 50 (4), 491-499, 2010
372010
Use of inorganic materials to enhance thermal stability and flammability behavior of a polyimide
AB Morgan, S Putthanarat
Polymer degradation and stability 96 (1), 23-32, 2011
352011
Simulation of discrete damage in composite overheight compact tension specimens
D Mollenhauer, L Ward, E Iarve, S Putthanarat, K Hoos, S Hallett, X Li
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 43 (10), 1667-1679, 2012
282012
Morphology of PI–PEO block copolymers for lithium batteries
C Xue, MAB Meador, L Zhu, JG Jason, SZD Cheng, S Putthanarat, ...
Polymer 47 (17), 6149-6155, 2006
272006
Electrospun Bombyx mori gland silk
S Putthanarat, RK Eby, W Kataphinan, S Jones, R Naik, DH Reneker, ...
Polymer 47 (15), 5630-5632, 2006
262006
Nonlinear optical transmission of silk/green fluorescent protein (gfp) films
S Putthanarat, RK Eby, RR Naik, SB Juhl, MA Walker, E Peterman, ...
Polymer 45 (25), 8451-8457, 2004
242004
The color of dragline silk produced in captivity by the spider Nephila clavipes
S Putthanarat, P Tapadia, S Zarkoob, LD Miller, RK Eby, WW Adams
Polymer 45 (6), 1933-1937, 2004
232004
Aspects of the morphology of the silk of Bombyx mori
S Putthanarat, RK Eby, WW Adams, GF Liu
Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A: Pure and Applied Chemistry 33 (7 …, 1996
191996
Nanoindentation strain rate sensitivity of thermo-oxidized PMR-15 polyimide
YC Lu, GP Tandon, S Putthanarat, GA Schoeppner
Journal of materials science 44 (8), 2119-2127, 2009
182009
Influence of polishing time on thermo-oxidation characterization of isothermally aged PMR-15 resin
S Putthanarat, GP Tandon, GA Schoeppner
Polymer Degradation and Stability 92 (11), 2110-2120, 2007
172007
The crystal modulus of silk (Bombyx mori)
A Sinsawat, S Putthanarat, Y Magoshi, R Pachter, RK Eby
Polymer 44 (3), 909-910, 2003
162003
Influence of aging temperature, time, and environment on thermo-oxidative behavior of PMR-15: nanomechanical characterization
S Putthanarat, GP Tandon, GA Schoeppner
Journal of materials science 43 (20), 6714-6723, 2008
142008
Conductive nanocomposites: focus on lightning strike protection
T Gibson, S Putthanarat, JC Fielding, A Drain, K Will, M Stoffel
SAMPE Fall Technical Conference and Exhibition 66, 789-795, 2007
132007
Properties and performance of composite electrolyte membranes based on sulfonated poly (arylenethioethersulfone) and sulfonated polybenzimidazole
Z Bai, S Putthanarat, SJ Rodrigues, TD Dang
Polymer 52 (15), 3381-3388, 2011
92011
Structure of poly (p-phenylenebenzobisoxazole)(PBZO) and poly (p-phenylenebenzobisthiazole)(PBZT) for proton exchange membranes (PEMs) in fuel cells
SY Park, H Koerner, S Putthanarat, R Ozisik, S Juhl, BL Farmer, RK Eby
Polymer 45 (1), 49-59, 2004
82004
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