Study of the effect of synthesized high voltage electric charge of a powder mixture on the physical and mechanical properties of epoxy composites for the transport industry

Authors

  • А.V. Buketov Kherson State Maritime Academy; 20 Ushakov Prospect, Kherson, 73000, Ukraine
  • O.М. Syzonenko Institute of Impulse Processes and Technologies of NAS of Ukraine, Mykolaiv; 43a, Bohoyavlensky (Zhovtnevy) Avenue, Mykolayiv, 54018, Ukraine
  • О.М. Bezbakh Kherson State Maritime Academy; 20 Ushakov Prospect, Kherson, 73000, Ukraine
  • A.S. Torpakov Institute of Impulse Processes and Technologies of NAS of Ukraine, Mykolaiv; 43a, Bohoyavlensky (Zhovtnevy) Avenue, Mykolayiv, 54018, Ukraine
  • Ye.V. Lypian Institute of Impulse Processes and Technologies of NAS of Ukraine, Mykolaiv; 43a, Bohoyavlensky (Zhovtnevy) Avenue, Mykolayiv, 54018, Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31471/10.31471/2311-1399-2019-2(12)-64-70

Keywords:

destructive bending stresses, elastic modulus, epoxy composite, impact strength.

Abstract

For the formation of composite materials and protective coatings for the transport industry, ED-20 epoxy yanoic oligomer, the polyethylene polyamine PEPA and microfine fractions of high-voltage synthesized powder charge were used. The dependence of the content of microdispersed powder on the adhesive, physical and mechanical properties, and residual stresses of epoxy composites has been investigated. It has been proved that for the formation of a composite material or protective coating with improved adhesive and cohesive properties, the optimal particle content is 0.05–0.50 parts by weight per 100 parts by weight of the ED-20 epoxy oligomer. Such materials are characterized by increased mechanical strength and the ability to resist static and dynamic loads, since their properties are significantly increased compared with the matrix. The obtained results of experimental studies of physical and mechanical properties of composite materials are consistent with the test results of samples with adhesive characteristics, indicating their reliability.

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Published

2019-12-30

How to Cite

Buketov А., Syzonenko , O. ., Bezbakh О. ., Torpakov , A. ., & Lypian , Y. . (2019). Study of the effect of synthesized high voltage electric charge of a powder mixture on the physical and mechanical properties of epoxy composites for the transport industry. JOURNAL OF HYDROCARBON POWER ENGINEERING, 6(2), 64-70. https://doi.org/10.31471/10.31471/2311-1399-2019-2(12)-64-70