Study of the thermophysical and antifriction properties of polyethylene-based compositions
The mechanical and antifriction properties of polyethylene filled with various, relatively hard fillers are determined. Filling with oxides and silicates produces the greatest increase in wear resistance. The coefficient of friction decreases with increase in the stiffness of the compositions.
KeywordsOxide Silicate Polyethylene Wear Resistance Great Increase
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