Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp 173–178 | Cite as

Influence of technological factors on the supramolecular structure and frictional properties of the surface layers of thermoplastics

  • V. A. Belyi
  • V. Nevzorov
  • V. G. Savkin
  • A. I. Sviridenok


X-ray and optical diffraction methods have been used to study the changes in supramolecular structure, degree of orientation, and drawratio of the material in the 0–650-µm range for polypropylene samples obtained by molding. Using a microtribometric technique, the influence of these factors on the frictional properties of the polymer have been elucidated.


Polymer Surface Layer Polypropylene Supramolecular Structure Diffraction Method 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. A. Belyi
  • V. Nevzorov
  • V. G. Savkin
  • A. I. Sviridenok

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