A Frost-Resistant Structural Material Based on a High-Molecular-Mass Divinyl–Isoprene Copolymer
A new three-dimensionally cross-linked plasticized elastomer filled with polyfractional silicon dioxide was developed on the basis of a frost-resistant high-molecular-mass divinyl–isoprene copolymer. A quinol ether was suggested as an effective cross-linking agent. The envelopes of the experimental and calculated energies of mechanical failure at different temperatures as applied to uniaxial extension were constructed. The composite was recommended as a structural material for the development of wear-resistant parts and units of automobile and aviation transport intended for operation in a wide temperature range, including the Russian Extreme North and Arctic.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.