Synthesis and mechanical behavior of functionally gradient polyisocyanurate materials based on hydroxy-terminated butadiene rubber View Full Text


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DATE

2008-07

AUTHORS

A. A. Askadskii, L. M. Goleneva, K. A. Bychko, O. V. Afonicheva

ABSTRACT

Functionally gradient polyisocyanurate-based structural materials in which the modulus of elasticity could be arbitrarily varied over a continuos range from 3 to 2000 MPa were prepared from hydroxy-terminated butadiene rubber and diphenylmethane diisocyanate. The materials are synthetically obtainable both via bulk polymerization (molding) and as composite materials with fillers of any type, including both highly porous compliant fillers that have no effect on the mechanical properties of the polymer matrix and reinforcing fillers, such as carbon and glass clothes. The trends in the main properties were studied; it was found that, over the entire range of elastic moduli relevant to the glass-to-rubber transition, the materials retain the elastic behavior inherent in polymer glasses, not the viscoelastic behavior characteristic of the transitional region between the glassy and rubbery states. More... »

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781-791

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