The effect of hollow aluminosilicate microspheres on the Payne effect and on physicomechanical, thermal, fire-retardant, and heat-protecting properties of elastomer compounds based on ethylene–propylene–diene rubber was studied. Based on the results obtained, the mechanism of the interaction of the elastomer matrix with the microspheres was suggested. Enhancement of the filler–matrix and filler–filler interaction favors additional three-dimensional cross-linking, which influences the set of the physicomechanical and thermal properties, and manifestation of the reinforcing effect in a coke layer under the conditions of erosion removal and detachment of the material with a high-velocity gas flow.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 2, 2017
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