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Title: 3D printing of polymer matrix composites for space: A review andpromises
Authors: Yurkina, Varvara Alexandrovna
Klimenov, Vasily Aleksandrovich
Kornienko, Lyudmila
Keywords: 3D printing; additive manufacturing; composite material; space
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Yurkina V. A. 3D printing of polymer matrix composites for space: A review andpromises / V. A. Yurkina, V. A. Klimenov, L. A. Kornienko // Journal of Economics and Social Sciences. — 2019. — № 15. — [4 p.].
Abstract: Today scientists try to present technologies that can help in solving social issues. Three-dimensional printing methods are currently manufactured products for all industries. This paper provides an overview of the creation of high-temperature polymer composite materials by three-dimensional printing technology for space applications. Additive technologies make it possible to find a balance between the required physical and mechanical properties and at the same time to ease construction, which can significantly reduce the cost of manufacturing products in comparison with traditional materials and methods of processing. To increase the physicomechanical properties and operating temperature of high-temperature plastics, composite materials are created with the addition of dispersed and fibrous fillers. The most common fillers are carbon and fiberglass
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