Rubber compounding : chemistry and applications by Brendan Rodgers

By Brendan Rodgers

Highlighting greater than a decade of analysis, this unique reference reports the creation, processing, and features of quite a lot of fabrics used in the fashionable tire and rubber undefined. Rubber Compounding investigates the chemistry and amendment of uncooked fabrics, elastomers, and fabric compounds for optimum formula and engineering of latest rubber items and descriptions the advantages and attributes of halobutyl polymers for contemporary tires. With contributions from greater than 23 box experts, in addition to one hundred eighty tables and a thousand references to survey the most recent advances within the rubber product undefined, the ebook analyzes tendencies and advances from greater than a decade of analysis

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Planters Bull 1984; 180:104–112. Kawahara S, Kakubo T, Sakdapipanich JT, Isono Y, Tanaka Y. Characterization of fatty acids linked to natural rubber—role of linked fatty acids on crystallization of the rubber. Polymer 2000; 41:7483–7488. Sharples A. Polymer Crystallization. London: Edward Arnold, 1966. Element’s Tech Bull. DPR liquid natural rubber, isolene, kalene, kalar. Belleville, NJ, 2003. Claramma NM, Nair NR, Mathew NM. Production of liquid natural rubber by thermal depolymerization. Indian J Nat Rubber Res 1991; 4:1–7.

Industrial scrap is the waste material generated in the original manufacturing process. In this instance the goal of recycling is to ensure that all this material is used in the production of high quality goods. The purpose of this discussion is to provide the rubber technologist with introductory information on how to be compliant with these new environmental objectives and contain cost while satisfying the endproduct design and performance criteria. The discussion will describe the various forms and types of rubber recyclates available to the compounder Copyright © 2004 by Taylor & Francis and show how they can be incorporated into a rubber compounder.

When compounded, filler loadings can be higher than those typically found in non-oil-extended rubber. The ratio of rubber to oil and oil type are denoted by a code that would read, for example, OENR 75/25N for a 75% rubber, 25% naphthenic oil material. Deproteinized natural rubber. This is produced by treating NR latex with an enzyme that breaks down naturally occurring protein and other nonrubber material into water-soluble residues. The residues are then washed out of the rubber to leave a polymer with low sensitivity to water.

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