Wear of glass-reinforced plastics in aggressive media
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The effect of certain aggressive media on the wear of glass-reinforced plastics has been investigated. It is shown that as the angle of inclination of the glass reinforcing fibers relative to the friction surface increases, the wear of the material is sharply reduced.
KeywordsFriction Surface Plastics Surface Increase Aggressive Medium Friction Surface Increase
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