Study on Controlled Decomposition and Reuse of Waste Thermosetting Phenol Resin Based on Physical Methods

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Various mechanical forces are used to promote the waste thermosetting phenol resin to produce the physical decomposition process. The molecular structure and physicochemical properties change, thus it obtains the reversible thermos plasticity and restore the processing performance. The paper proposes the regeneration principle based on physical methods, and smashing and regeneration experiments have been carried out. The optimized design for important factors of rotational speed, crushing time, feed, feed size and other parameters which impact crushing and regenerating effects has been carried out after experiments. Multivariate quadratic simulation equations are established and the order of significantly affecting the regeneration is determined.

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Mohamed Othman

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68-73

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Z. W. Wu et al., "Study on Controlled Decomposition and Reuse of Waste Thermosetting Phenol Resin Based on Physical Methods", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 68-73, 2012

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November 2012

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