The Peculiarity of Thermal Motion in Polyvinylidene Fluoride

A.A. Rakhmankulov, UH Turdieva, OH Panjiev, ZE Kurbanova, D.KH. KHamdamov

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In this paper, we present a strudy of The Peculiarity of Thermal Motion in Polyvinylidene Fluoride.  One of the most important tasks of modern thermophysics and molecular physics is to establish the interconnection of thermophysical properties (TFS), in particular, thermal conductivity (ʎ), polymer materials with their structure at different levels of its organization and the nature of thermal motion. Knowing this relationship makes it possible to deeper and comprehensively analyze the mechanism of heat transfer in polymer composite materials (PC), which will help to accelerate the solution of the problem of obtaining polymer materials with previously specified TPS. Polymeric materials are provided with the growing needs of various industries and, primarily, mechanical engineering, as well as the electrical industry, electronics and other industries, in several directions: new materials are being developed and multi-ton polymer materials manufactured are being modified serially by chemical industry enterprises.

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Thermal Motion, Polyvinylidene Fluoride, thermophysical properties (TFS), TPS, composite materials (PC).

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