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Publikācija: Study of Resin Properties to Obtain Monolithic Form of Polymer

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Study of Resin Properties to Obtain Monolithic Form of Polymer
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.4. Ķīmijas inženierzinātne
Autori Inga Ļašenko
Elvīra Boziļeva
Nataļja Mihailova
Jūlija Novinkina
Andrejs Lūsis
Kristīne Šalma-Ancāne
Atslēgas vārdi amber succinite processing monolithic
Anotācija This scientific paper deals with the study of thermal properties of granulated fossilized resin in order to obtain the target – the monolithic form of polymer as well as to develop technical equipment for a vacuum chamber required for the formation of the monolithic structure of polymer. In order to develop the conditions of formation of monolithic structure of the polymer, thermal and spectrum analyses of fossilized resin have been performed. It was thus established that the best conditions for the formation of the target will be the temperature of 200º – 240º, working volume vacuumized (pumped out) to 10-3 mmHg, and the environment – inert gas Argon. A technological feature of the pressing unit consists in the fact that the vacuum chamber is a place where softened polymer is pressed in order to make it into a monolithic form. As a result of the scientific study, monolithic form of polymer has been obtained, and the material of polymer retains its structural and biological properties. Monolithic form of the polymer was used to cover polyamide threads with fossilized resin, which is relatively new for the textile industry.
Atsauce Ļašenko, I., Boziļeva, E., Mihailova, N., Novinkina, J., Lūsis, A., Šalma-Ancāne, K. Study of Resin Properties to Obtain Monolithic Form of Polymer. No: Intelligent Textiles and Mass Customisation International Conference (TMC 2009), Maroka, Kasablanka, 12.-14. novembris, 2009. Kasablanka: ESITH & ENSAIT, 2009, 281.-290.lpp.
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