By A I Sviridewok, A F Kilmovich, V N Kestelman
Quite a few sensible difficulties hooked up to triboelectric phenomena stay unsolved in either the fabrication and behaviour of polymer threads and materials in a number of commercial articles. utilizing the result of special experiments conducted within the international locations of the previous Soviet Union, this quantity fills a spot within the technology of tribology, proposing primary details at the nature of actual and chemical techniques governing and accompanying tribodeformation and tribodisintegration of polymers. info on electrophysical phenomena resembling touch electrification and emergence of the electret country in polymer fabrics also are supplied.
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