Generalization of the Temperature Dependence of Some Physical Properties of High-strength Polyethylene (HDPE) Using the Method of Given Parameters
American Journal of Chemical Engineering
Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2019, Pages: 130-134
Received: Jul. 15, 2019; Accepted: Aug. 19, 2019; Published: Dec. 11, 2019
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Shixaliyev Kerem Sefi, The Department of “Organic Substances and Technology of Highmolecular Compounds”, Azerbaijan Oil and Industrial University, Baku, Azerbaijan
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In this paper, based on the study of HDPE by dilatometric and rheological methods in a wide range of temperatures and cooling and deformation rates, we generalized the temperature dependence of the physical properties of polyethylene using the specified parameters method. Test specimens (cylinder size: height 12 mm, diameter 9.3 mm) were obtained both in the dilatometer’s test cylinder itself and in a specially designed injection mold using injection molding on a TP-125 injection molding machineThe temperatures in the experiments were added and maintained with an accuracy of 3.2.°C. Defined by The dependence of ρ_0 T_0 / ρT (relative reduced density of the polymer) on the reduced temperature (T - T0). Test specimens (cylinder size: height 12 mm, diameter 9.3 mm) were obtained both in the dilatometer’s test cylinder itself and in a specially designed injection mold using injection molding on a TP-125 injection molding machine. It was found that a reliable characteristic of the dilatometric properties of the crystallizing polymer, physically correctly and completely reflecting the features of the crystalline structure, can be obtained only in the mode of stepwise temperature changes, when at each given temperature the equilibrium value of the specific sample of the primer is fixedThus, the practical value of the dilatometric method for studying crystallizing polymers is shown, especially when comparing the results of dilatometry with the results of rheological studies.
Keywords
Dilatometry, Viscosity, Rheology, Melt, High-strength Polyethylene (HDPE), Brittleness Temperature, Parameter
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Shixaliyev Kerem Sefi, Generalization of the Temperature Dependence of Some Physical Properties of High-strength Polyethylene (HDPE) Using the Method of Given Parameters, American Journal of Chemical Engineering. Vol. 7, No. 6, 2019, pp. 130-134. doi: 10.11648/j.ajche.20190706.11
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