effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion

effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion

Effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion

These wear patterns induce a certain amount roughness in the surface which can affect the ice adhesion and ice shedding behavior. The aim of this paper is to elucidate the wear behavior, the evolution of the surface with wear, and the impact on ice adhesion as a function of plasticizer content in elastomeric coatings. 2. Materials and methods2.1.

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development of elastomeric coatings with reduced wear for ice

Development of elastomeric coatings with reduced wear for ice

effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings The aim of this paper is to study the effect of wear on the ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings. Approaches in designing surfaces with lower ice adhesion include imparting hydrophobicity, lubrication, crosslink density reduction or induction of interfacial

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development of elastomeric coatings with reduced wear for ice

Development of elastomeric coatings with reduced wear for ice

Effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings . The aim of this paper is to study the effect of wear on the ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings. Approaches in designing surfaces with lower ice adhesion include imparting hydrophobicity, lubrication, crosslink density reduction or induction of interfacial

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development of elastomeric coatings with reduced wear for ice

Development of elastomeric coatings with reduced wear for ice

EFFECT OF PLASTICIZER ON THE WEAR BEHAVIOR AND ICE ADHESION OF ELASTOMERIC COATINGS The aim of this paper is to study the effect of wear on the ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings. Approaches in designing surfaces with lower ice adhesion include imparting hydrophobicity, lubrication, crosslink density reduction or induction of interfacial

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[pdf] atmospheric ice adhesion on water-repellent coatings

[PDF] Atmospheric Ice Adhesion on Water-Repellent Coatings

Effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings G. Sivakumar , J. Jackson , H. Ceylan , S. Sundararajan Materials Science

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effect of plasticizer on the electric-field-induced adhesion

Effect of plasticizer on the electric-field-induced adhesion

PVC gels containing DOP plasticizer showed the highest initial stickiness. From Fig. 3, it can be seen that there are significant differences among the gels in terms of the electrically induced adhesion to the anode. The electroadhesion to the anode increased linearly with applied electric field for 1:1 PVC gels.

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low ice adhesion on nano-textured superhydrophobic surfaces

Low Ice Adhesion on Nano-Textured Superhydrophobic Surfaces

Effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings. Wear 2019, 426-427, 212-218. DOI: 10.1016/j.wear.2018.11.011. Zhiwei He, Yizhi Zhuo, Feng Wang, Jianying He, Zhiliang Zhang. Understanding the role of hollow sub-surface structures in reducing ice adhesion strength.

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atmospheric ice adhesion on water-repellent coatings: wetting

Atmospheric Ice Adhesion on Water-Repellent Coatings: Wetting

The ice was released in a tensile direction by underside air pressure in a Mode-1 ice fracture condition. Results showed a strong effect of water repellency (increased contact and receding angles) on ice adhesion strength for hydrophobic surfaces.

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sivakumar gowtham, research assistant, iowa state university

Sivakumar GOWTHAM, Research Assistant, Iowa State University

Ice adhesion is known to be higher on stiff metallic surfaces and lower on compliant polymeric surfaces. Effect of plasticizer on the wear behavior and ice adhesion of elastomeric coatings

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effect of low temperature on tribological characteristics and

Effect of low temperature on tribological characteristics and

At present, scholars have carried out researched on wear characteristics and contact mechanical properties of wire rope. To study the fatigue wear characteristics of wire rope, Urchegui et al. carried out the fatigue test of wire rope on a custom BOS fatigue test rig, and the wear amount and wear depth were considered as the appropriate parameters to characterize the wear behavior.

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surface roughness effect on the friction and wear behaviour

Surface Roughness Effect on the Friction and Wear Behaviour

Surface roughness has great influence on a variety of important physical phenomena, such as friction and wear, contact mechanics, adhesion and interfacial separation . Further, the magnitude of friction forces is related to the surface roughness of the contacting bodies and the material properties of the friction pairs in contact [ 2 , 3 ].

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wear | 23rd international conference on wear of materials

Wear | 23rd International Conference on Wear of Materials

Effect of Ti on the wear behavior of AlCoCrFeNi high-entropy alloy during unidirectional and bi-directional sliding wear processes Zhen Xu, D.Y. Li, D.L. Chen 15 July 2021

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the adhesion and strength properties of ice | proceedings of

The adhesion and strength properties of ice | Proceedings of

The adhesion of ice to polymeric materials differs from the adhesion to metals. The inter颅facial strength appears to be less than the strength of ice and failure occurs truly at the interface. Friction experiments carried out with clean and lubricated metals and polymers sliding on ice provide a measure of the shear strength of the solid/ice

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differential effects of tissue culture coating substrates on

Differential Effects of Tissue Culture Coating Substrates on

Weak cell-surface adhesion of cell lines to tissue culture surfaces is a common problem and presents technical limitations to the design of experiments. To overcome this problem, various surface coating protocols have been developed. However, a comparative and precise real-time measurement of their impact on cell behavior has not been conducted. The prostate cancer cell line LNCaP, derived

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tribological behavior of polytetrafluoroethylene: effect of

Tribological Behavior of Polytetrafluoroethylene: Effect of

Wear characteristics were influenced by the parameters of wear-testing apparatus including configuration of contact surface and form of the relative motion. The tribological behavior of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) disk against AISI1045 steel pin under unidirectionally rotating, linearly reciprocating, and torsional motion was studied.

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effect of annealing treatment on the wear properties of ni

Effect of Annealing Treatment on the Wear Properties of Ni

With annealing time increasing from 10 min to 1 h, the maximum of transformation strain under the external stress decreases from 1.93% to 1.7%. The temperature dependence of the external stress increases from 0.3 N/掳C to 0.43 N/掳C. The residual plastic strain is up to about 0.4% at a load of 9 N. 2259.

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