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Climatic Workability of the Polymer Composite Materials Used for Repairing Machines

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The properties of the polymer composite materials produced at negative temperatures are studied. The workability indices during repair with polymer materials at negative temperatures are considered. A qualitative criterion, namely, an integral coefficient, which takes into account the errors in each technological operation, is proposed to estimate the workability.

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Translated by K. Shakhlevich

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Konoplin, A.Y., Baurova, N.I. Climatic Workability of the Polymer Composite Materials Used for Repairing Machines. Russ. Metall. 2019, 1384–1388 (2019) doi:10.1134/S0036029519130159

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Keywords:

  • workability
  • climatic factors
  • service properties
  • polymer materials
  • technology