Polymer Science, Series D

, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp 185–188 | Cite as

Parameters of ultrasonic dispersion of polymer-composite solutions

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Abstract

Conditions allowing the formation of three types of characteristic cavities in liquid via ultrasonic cavitations have been considered. The effect of the ultrasonic-field parameters on the dispersion efficiency has been analyzed, and the choice of criteria for the evaluation of the quality of steering and dispersion of a polymer-composite material (PCM) for reconstruction of body parts of automotive engineering has been grounded. The conditions for effective dispersion of a PCM solution have been established on the basis of the sound-pressure amplitude upon ultrasonic treatment and based on the maximum permissible level of the solution in an ultrasonic bath.

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polymer solution filler composite ultrasound cavitation stirring dispersion quality 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Lipetsk State Technical UniversityLipetskRussia

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