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Antifriction carbon plastics in machine building

By: A. Anisimov; G. Nikolaev; V. Bakhareva;

2007 / Springer Science+Business Media / 1068-3666

Description

A new class of antifriction polymer composite materials, i.e. carbon plastics, is considered in terms of their application in machine building. They exceed traditional antifriction polymer materials in their characteristics. The use of sliding bearings made of carbon plastics in ship and energy machine building has shown their high efficiency.