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Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

, Volume 50, Issue 5–6, pp 339–342 | Cite as

Low-Frequency Ultrasonic Treatment of Liquid Reactoplastic Media with Pressure Variation

  • A. E. Kolosov
FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY

The effect of low-frequency ultrasonic treatment regime and excess pressure on reactoplastic polymer composite materials (unfilled and filled with short-fiber fillers) is analyzed. Optimum process parameters are established for ultrasonic treatment of liquid epoxy composites.

Keywords

reactoplastic polymer technology ultrasound pressure modification 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Technical University of Ukraine – Kiev Polytechnic Institute (NTUU KPI)KievUkraine

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