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Title: Rheometric research of polypropylene Licocene PP2602 melts
Authors: Mandzyuk, I.A.
Romanuke, V.V.
Keywords: Polymer materials;Engineering polymers;Recycling polymer;Polymer rheological parameters;Non-Newtonian viscosity transition zone
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Mandzyuk I. A. Rheometric research of polypropylene Licocene PP2602 melts / I. A. Mandzyuk, V. V. Romanuke // Archives of Materials Science and Engineering. – 2011. – Vol. 50, Iss. 1. – P. 31-35.
Abstract: Purpose: To comprehend and ascertain reasons of the transition into the non-Newtonian viscosity zone for the melted polypropylene material, depending upon the number of recycling series. Design/methodology/approach: There were carried researches on rheological features of the primary material of the melted polypropylene Licocene PP2602, subjected to be processed repeatedly in as many series as needed, using the Brookfield viscometer CAP2000+ within the temperature range 130-200ºC and the shear rate range 166-3000 s–1. Findings: There were obtained dependence of polypropylene melt viscosity against the shear rate at fixed temperatures, and dependence of polypropylene melt shear stress against the shear rate at fixed temperatures with the non-Newtonian viscosity transient zone shifting into the zone of greater shear rate values as the temperature increases. Also there was obtained dependence of the shear stress critical value on the number of recycling series, where the corresponding critical shear rate value grows as this number increases. This may be applied for predetermining the state of the repeatedly processed polymer material. Research limitations/implications: The found rheometric regularities reflect behaviour for a homologous series of the polymer, but most probably they are generic for all polyolefines, what should be investigated and ascertained subsequently. Practical implications: On the ground of the ascertained temperature-rate dependences of the polypropylene melt flow, there has appeared a possibility to gain a quantitative response about the secondary low-density-polyethylene material state, what allows selecting strategically the way of controlling this material properties, and that let develop new composites of those recycled materials for manufacturing footwear at enterprise “Vzuteks” (Khmelnytskyy). Originality/value: The present paper states that processing the polymer materials repeatedly influences directly on their rheological parameters, increasing, particularly, the melt shear rate critical value.
URI: http://elar.khnu.km.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/1292
metadata.dc.type: Стаття
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