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Theoretical and Experimental Studies of the Properties of Porous Permeable Materials Obtained from Industrial Waste

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This article theoretically and experimentally investigates the scientific and technical problem of using multilayer porous permeable materials from industrial waste with controlled functional and technological characteristics by predicting the composition, structure, properties using computer information technology. These porous permeable materials (PPM) from industrial waste are suitable for the purification of technical liquids and gases, which has increased the efficiency of using products in various fields of mechanical engineering. The method of computer modeling proposed by the authors will allow not only to determine the porosity distribution of the filter material but also to determine the relationship between technological and structural parameters. The results of this scientific work are used to develop porous permeable products - filters - for the purification of technical, industrial water, lubricants, and fuels from mechanical impurities contaminants. Developed multilayer porous permeable materials have a higher coefficient of permeability, resource, and dirt capacity with similar single-layer.

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Povstyanoy, O., Imbirovich, N., Tkachuk, V., Redko, R., Priadko, O. (2022). Theoretical and Experimental Studies of the Properties of Porous Permeable Materials Obtained from Industrial Waste. In: Ivanov, V., Trojanowska, J., Pavlenko, I., Rauch, E., Peraković, D. (eds) Advances in Design, Simulation and Manufacturing V. DSMIE 2022. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06025-0_51

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