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Title: Problems of Operation of Elastomer Materials in the Arctic Region
Authors: Petrova, N. N.
Portnyagina, V. V.
Mukhin, V. V.
Kyzmina, E. S.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Knowledge E
Citation: Problems of Operation of Elastomer Materials in the Arctic Region / N. N. Petrova, V. V. Portnyagina, V. V. Mukhin, E. S. Kyzmina // ASRTU Conference Proceedings : IV Sino-Russian ASRTU Symposium on Advanced Materials and Processing Technology (Ekaterinburg, Russia, 23–26 June 2016). — Dubai : Knowledge E, 2016. — pp. 129-134. — DOI: 10.18502/kms.v1i1.574
Abstract: The operability of frost-resistant industrial sealing rubbers on the basis of full-scale exposure of rubber samples in the environment of oil in cold climate has been investigated. It is found that interaction of rubbers with oil media (fuel, lubricants) causes diffusion of a plasticizer from the elastomer material into the contacting medium and decrease of frost resistance coefficient. Choosing the material for production of different seals for the conditions of the North one must use rubbers with significant temperature range of operation, for example propylen-oxide elastomer, which is highly frost resistant and has a stable set of operational properties.
Keywords: RUBBER
FROST RESISTANT
OIL RESISTANT
CLIMATIC STABILITY
ARCTIC REGION
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/63288
Conference name: IV Sino-Russian ASRTU Symposium on Advanced Materials and Processing Technology
Conference date: 23.06.2016-26.06.2016
WOS ID: WOS:000395106000022
ISSN: 2519-1438
DOI: 10.18502/kms.v1i1.574
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: This work was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, state assignment no. 11.512.2014.
Origin: IV Sino-Russian ASRTU Symposium on Advanced Materials and Processing Technology. — Ekaterinburg, 2016
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