Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group

Carlos Domínguez Vizcaya is Bachelor of Science (Physics) at the Autonomous University of Madrid and PhD at the Rey Juan Carlos University under the PhD program in Chemical Engineering, Environment and Materials. He began his professional career in the Institute for the Structure of Matter which belongs to the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Department of Macromolecular Physics as responsible for the polymer characterization laboratory in collaboration with Repsol company (1998-2004). Since 2004 he works at Rey Juan Carlos University, Department of Chemical and Energy Technology, being the Polymer Technology Laboratory (LATEP) Manager. The LATEP is a laboratory for the physical-chemical characterization of polymers and the study of their relationship with the molecular structure of the material. The LATEP was set up in 2004 as an agreement between Repsol Technology Centre and the Departments of Environmental and Chemistry Technology, Chemical and Energy Technology, and Material Science and Engineering. During the last years Carlos Domínguez has participated in different research projects in polymer science, being specialized in the characterization of polyolefins and in the failure mechanisms in polyethylene for pipe applications, where is co-author of several publications in international scientific journals. In the same way, he has also attended and actively participated in a high number of national and international conferences.

Environmental life cycle assessment of the incorporation of recycled high-density polyethylene to polyethylene pipe grade resins

Istrate, I.-R.; Juan, R. M.; Martín-Gamboa, M.; Domínguez, C.; García-Muñoz, R. A.; Dufour, J.

Strain hardening test on the limits of Slow Crack Growth evaluation in high resistance polyethylene resins: Effect of comonomer type

Domínguez, C.; Robledo, N.; Paredes, B.; García-Muñoz, R. A.

The effect of microstructure on the slow crack growth resistance in polyethylene resins

Adib, A.; Domínguez, C.; Rodríguez, J.; Martín, C.; García, R. A.

Study of the PENT test conditions for reducing failure times in high-resistance polyethylene resins for pipe applications

Dominguez, C.; García, R. A.; Aroca, M.; Carrero, A.

Effects of the structural components on slow crack growth process in polyethylene blends. Composition intervals prediction for pipe applications

García, R. A.; Carrero, A.; Martín, C.; Domínguez, C.

Resistencia al proceso de crecimiento lento de grieta en polietilenos bimodales utilizados para su aplicación en tubería

García, R. A.; Carrero, A.; Aroca, M.; Domínguez, C.

  • Revista de Plsticos Modernos, 99(644), 197-202 (2010)

Crystallization and final morphology of HDPE: Effect of the high energy ball milling and the presence of TiO2 nanoparticles

D. Olmos, C. Domínguez, P.D. Castrillo, J. Gonzalez-Benito

  • Polymer, 50, 7, 1732-1742 (2009)

Slow Crack Growth resistence in Resin Blends of Chromium and Metallocene Catalyzed Ethylene-Hexene Copolymers for Pipe Applications

García, R. A.; Carrero, A.; Aroca, M.; Prieto, O.; Domíngez, C.

  • Polymer Engineering and Science, 48(5), 925-933 (2008)

Izod impact test on polypropylenes: The clamping pressure influence

Domínguez, C.; Aroca, M.; Rodríguez, J.

  • Polymer Testing, 25, 49-55 (2006)

Viscoelastic behaviour of metallocene-catalysed polyethylene and low density polyethylene blends: Use of the double reptation and Palierne viscoelastic models

Peón, J.; Domínguez, C.; Vega, J.F.; Aroca, M.; Martínez-Salazar, J.

  • Journal of Materials Science, 38, 3757-4764 (2003)