The effect of compression molding conditions on the physicomechanical properties of graphitoplast is studied. The question of the correlation between the microstructure of the material and its wear resistance is considered. It is shown that in order to obtain optimal properties it is necessary to establish the proper compression molding conditions for each part, in particular, the molding pressure and its conditions of application.
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Molchanov, Y.M., Ozolin, Y.K. Increasing the wear resistance of graphitoplast parts. Polymer Mechanics 1, 80–84 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00858810
- Wear Resistance
- Physicomechanical Property
- Optimal Property
- Molding Condition