A simulation model was developed for the first time. That model takes into account variable temperature gradients, the scheme of reinforcement of multilayer PCM under conditions of complex dynamic and vibration load. For the first time, a phenomenological model of scattered destruction of anisotropic structural materials was developed. The main thermopower parameters of the operational load and the anisotropy coefficient were taken into account. A new method for estimating the strength of bolted joints of composite panels has been developed.
The fundamentals of non-trivial additive technologies of 3D-printing and cold spraying (CS) for the manufacture of complex-shaped products from cermet and ceramic composites, as well as from multicomponent metal alloys, which are fundamentally different from existing analogs of costly foundry methods ensure the level of material properties required for their operation at temperatures above 600 °C, under conditions of high-speed multiple heating-cooling (1500 deg/min), cyclic loading and in an aggressive oxidizing environment.
It is conducting preliminary studies and conducted experimental verification of the effectiveness of producing traditional and nano-modified carbon nanotubes reaktoplastichnih polymer composite materials by the determined application of low-frequency ultrasonic cavitation. A new procedure for the preparation of traditional and nano-modified reaktoplastichnyh polymer composites with the low-frequency ultrasonic cavitation.
It resolves an important economic problems associated with the scientific substantiation of energy saving processes and equipment for reactors plasticity improved quality of products, including special purpose epoxy compositions based polymers, fiber reinforced fillers in combination ultrasonic action, as well as the prediction of physical and mechanical properties of the resulting products.
An important national economic problem related to the scientific substantiation of energy-efficient processes and equipment to produce plastic products reactors on the basis of improved formulations of epoxy resins reinforced with fibrous fillers, in the acoustic field of ultrasonic frequency, and the prediction of physical and mechanical properties of the resulting products is solved.