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Authors: G. V. Kozlov (Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nal’chik, Moscow, Russian Federation); Y. G. Yanovskii, G. E. Zaikov (The Russian Federation) 
Book Description:
The interest in polymer composites research is due to their enlarged application. Filling with hard particles gives to polymers a number of desirable properties: increases hardness, decreases heat expansion coefficient, improves resistance to creep and fracture toughness. Difficulties in structure-properties relationships researching for polymer composites are due to their structure complexity.
Till now, composites studies were conducted within the frameworks of continuum mechanics and thermodynamic conceptions. However, these conceptions applications does not allow satisfactory descriptions nor predictions of such materials properties. As a matter of fact, an experimental data set dictates one or another physical model of structure choice for composites macroscopic properties description.
Proceeding from the aforesaid, in the present monograph the main effects, realized at the introduction of particulate filler in polymer are considered: polymer matrix structure change in comparison with initial polymer, filler particles aggregation, interfacial layer formation, interfacial adhesion level etc. The quantitative structure-properties relationships for this class of polymer composites are obtained. Separate chapters are dedicated to multifractal formalism and synergetics principles application for composites structure and properties description. The fulfilled within the frameworks of fractal analysis structural treatment gives not only composites properties description possibility, but their prediction as well.

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Table of Contents:


Chapter 1. The main physical conceptions, used in fractals theory;pp. 1-15

Chapter 2. The fractal analysis of polymer composite mediums components;pp. 17-41

Chapter 3. The fractal analysis of polymeric matrix structure change at particulate filler introduction;pp. 43-75

Chapter 4. The aggregation of filler particles in polymer composites: analysis within the frameworks of irreversible aggregation models;pp. 77-92

Chapter 5. The fractal analysis of interfacial layers structure and properties;pp. 93-134

Chapter 6. Structural aspects of interfacial adhesion in particulate-filled polymer composites;pp. 135-146

Chapter 7. The structural treatment of critical defect for particulate-filled polymer composites;pp. 147-162

Chapter 8. The fractal mechanics of particulate-filled polymer composites;pp. 163-216

Chapter 9. The polymer composites structure and properties within the frameworks of multifractal formalism;pp. 217-251

Chapter 10. The description of filler particles network as mass multifractal;pp. 253-265

Chapter 11. Synergetics of polymer composites;pp. 267-273

Index pp.275-282

      Chemistry Research and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 282.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-999-5
   Status: AV
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