J. Phys. IV France
Volume 110, September 2003
Page(s) 935 - 939

J. Phys. IV France
110 (2003) 935
DOI: 10.1051/jp4:20020814

Explosive treatment application for production of metal-polymer composite materials

V.N. Goulbin1, N.A. Adamenko2, Y.P. Trykov2, A.V. Fetisov2 and A.V. Kazurov2

1  Scientific Research and Design Institute of Construction Technology (NIKIMT), Russia
2  Volgograd State Technical University, Russia

The paper comprises the investigation results of metal-polymer composites, produced by mean of compressing and explosive activation of adhesion-inert polymers. The hard-treatable thermal stable polymers: ftoroplast F-4, polyethylene (PE), kaprone and others were used as a matrix. Bronze, copper, nickel, iron, titanium and aluminum oxide were used as metal fillers for the HFMPC. In result of this study the optimum regimes were established for polymer coats forming with realization of maximum adhesion interaction in order to manufacture products, parts and details of several functional purpose. The processes were developed for explosive compressing of metal-ftoroplast composites and activation of polymer powders in order to increase their adhesion interaction with metal surfaces.

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