Styrofoam Solution

The data presented shows in a single experiment can get a range of densities mentioned solutions depending on the concentration. With increasing concentration of the solution density increases significantly, being in the range of densities gum turpentine and resin polystyrene, reaching 40% for solutions concentration of 0.957 g/cm3 density polystyrene 1.05 g/cm3. The amount of waste expanded polystyrene (Vpp, cm3) to obtain the appropriate concentration of solutions obtained by dividing the sample of the waste in the waste density polystyrene (0.02 g/cm3). The amount of waste polystyrene foam table. Several characteristics of the processes of waste polystyrene into solutions of gum turpentine, depending on their concentration. p / n Name of the characteristics of gum turpentine concentration,% 10 20 30 40 1.

Weight of the solution P, g 26.415 29.350 33.018 37.736 44.025 2 increase in mass solutions DP,% 100 111.11 124.99 142.85 166.66 3 volume of the solution V, cm3 30 32.8 36.0 40.0 46.0 4 Increasing fluids, DV,% 100 109.33 120.00 133.33 153.33 5 Densities of g, g/cm3 0.88 0.894 0.917 0.943 0.957 6. Mass of waste polystyrene foam, Pnn, r – 2.935 6.603 11.321 17.610 7 The amount of waste polystyrene foam, Vpp, cm3 – 146.75 330.15 566.05 880.5 8. The amount of waste polystyrene to produce. 1 cm3 of a solution (Vpp / V), cm 3 – 4.47 9.17 14.151 19.140 cm3 for a given concentration of solution (Vpp / V) obtained by dividing the volume of waste Styrofoam on the volume of solution V. The most interesting from the perspective of a high degree of compaction of waste polystyrene and their use in casting a 40% solution. He has sufficient fluidity to Dosage and smeseprigotovleniya sand molding and core mixtures in conventional mixers operating mode without changing their operation. The authors of this paper suggested formulations and methods of cooking such mixtures with very high strength characteristics comparable to much (an order of magnitude) more expensive resin binders 6.

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