Article 16215

Title of the article

TECHNOLOGICAL MAINTENANCE OF MANUFACTURING OF PRODUCTS FROM LAYERED PLASTICS REINFORCED WITH FIBRES FROM GLASS AND CARBON

Authors

Muyzemnek Aleksandr Yur'evich, Doctor of engineering sciences, professor, head of sub-department of theoretical and applied mechanics and graphics, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), muyzemnek@yandex.ru
Savitskiy Vladimir Yakovlevich, Doctor of engineering science, professor, sub-department №11, Penza Artillery Engineering Institute (Penza-5, Russia), W.savis@gmail.com

Index UDK

621.001.63: 623.41

Abstract

Background. A steady trend of development of the world motor industry is an in-crease in quantity of details from composite materials in car designs. Prompt devel-opment of composite materials and technologies, absence of sufficient information on physicomechanical properties of new composite materials create difficulties in designing products made of such materials. The purpose of work is technological maintenance of manufacturing of details from layered plastics, reinforced with fibres from glass and carbon, including methodical maintenance of tests, selection of mod-els of materials’ resistance to deformation and destruction, and also creation of an in-formation base about physicomechanical properties of layered plastics and their components.
Materials and methods. As research materials the authors chose layered plastics the basis of carbon and fiber glass, produced by manual formation, vacuum bag and vacuum infusion. The experimental research consisted in tests of flat samples by a method of stretching along the base strings, and also at an angle of 45° and 90°.
Results. Methodologiical maintenance of tests, selection of models of materials’ resistance to deformation and destruction of layered plastics, reinforced with fibres from glass and carbon has been created.
Conclusions. The information base about physicomechanical properties of lay-ered plastics and their components can be used in designing and manufacturing of car elements from layered plastics, reinforced with fibres from glass and carbon.

Key words

technological maintenance, layered plastics, fibres from carbon and glass, technologies of manual formation, vacuum bag and vacuum infusion, methodological maintenance, information base, car.

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