THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYMER MICROAND NANOCOMPOSITES BASED ON POLYCARBONATE
The results of experimental studies by the performed complex of thermophysical characteristics of created polymeric microand polycarbonate-based nanocomposites, which comprise from 0.2 to 10% carbon nanotubes and microparticles of aluminum are presented. Materials on the interpretation of the data based on the percolation theory are submitted. The possibilities of using of offered composites for the production of heat exchangers, focused on low-grade heat transfer and operating in hostile environments are previewed.
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