The new method of foam materials processing
[1-8]. It is well known such methods of processing of the foam materials as creation and the foaming of the water dispersions of high polymers using of the thermal decomposition of organic and inorganic matter, using of the radiation destruction of thermoplastic polymer, the foaming of polyurethane compositions using the injection of condensed hydrogen with the high pressure and so on [1-3]. All these methods, on one side, are not economically effective and harmless as a result of the complexity of the technology of conducting the process of processing of foam materials. The toxicity of products with the thermal decomposition and the adverse effect of chemical nature of gas developing agents damage the properties of the obtained material.
On the other side, these processes permit to produce only specific foam materials that sharply limit the possibility of their application for processing of the foam materials of wide range. This paper represents a completely new method of processing of the foam materials, in which the formation of gas phase is achieved by using the electrolysis of water with the direct electric current and transformation of this gas phase to the microdispersed electrolytic gas bubbles of hydrogen with simultaneous, uniform saturation by them of the thermoplastic material at a temperature of its melting is produced by using the vibration in the regime of the process of vibroturbulization .
Keywords: Foam materials processing; Manyphase systems; Electric field influence on the water solutions; Hydrogen electrolysis gas bubbles.
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