The results of an investigation of the reduction of turbulent frictional resistance of hydrocarbon liquids by means of soluble high-molecular organosilicon polymers are given — polydimethyl silmethylene and polydimethylsiltrimethylene.
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Belokon', V.S., Bespalova, N.B., Vdovin, V.M. et al. Reduction of the hydrodynamic friction of hydrocarbons by means of small additions of certain organosilicon polymers. Journal of Engineering Physics 36, 1–3 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861278
- Statistical Physic
- Small Addition
- Hydrocarbon Liquid