Technical Paper Archive


This site contains all papers presented at Rubber Division, ACS Technical Meetings from 2000-2018. Meetings prior to 2000 are incomplete and papers are added as they are digitized.


For older papers not listed here, please send your request, including Meeting Year, Title, Author, and Paper # to: cbrady@rubber.org


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137th Technical Meeting (INCOMPLETE)

Date: May 29, 1990
Location: Las Vegas, NV

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Paper# 1 1990spring1

CASE HISTORIES OF MODIFIED BITUMEN MEMBRANES

Author: B. DARLING, H.B. FISHMAN, J. GOODWILLIE, K. WINCHELL. AND J. WOOTEN
Abstract: This paper is a description of the composition and performance attributes of modified bitumen membranes and of our field experience with modified bitumen membrane roofing and waterproofing on...


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Paper# 18 1990spring18

Dynamic Properties of Nitrile Rubbers

Author: Horvath, James W.
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Paper# 23 1990spring23

MEADOWFOAM OIL FACTICE AND ITS PERFORMANCE IN NATURAL-RUBBER MIXES

Author: Selim Erhan
Abstract: Vulcanized vegetable oil, also known as factice, has been used for more than a hundred years in rubber compounding to improve product quality and reduce manufacturing costs. Factices give...


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Paper# 29 1990spring29

ELASTOMERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING MATERIALS

Author: Edward J. Smith
Abstract: The subject of this paper is the formulation and selection of elastomeric closures for the packaging and deli very of parenteral products. This paper will discuss rubber formulation ingredients and...


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Paper# 54 1990spring54

PHENOLIC, NONSTAINING ANTIOXIDANTS - A GUIDE TO SELECT THE RIGHT PRODUCT

Author: BERND HANSEMANN
Abstract: Around 1910 the first type of antioxidants were discovered, mainly naturally existing materials like creosote, asphalt, and coal tar pitch. These were used until roughly 1925 when phenol, cresol,...


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Paper# 57 1990spring57

HYSTERETIC HEAT GENERATION IN ELASTOMERIC COMPONENTS: EXPERIMENT AND SIMULATloN

Author: Ilyoung Hong
Abstract: The motivation of our present study is to develop a method for predicting the temperature changes for general applications, where the loading is not necessarily sinusoidal, and the strain is not...


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Paper# 59 1990spring59

Energy Loss Mechanisms In Aliphatic Polyurethane Elastomers

Author: Joey L. Mead
Abstract: The hysteresis and dynamic mechanical behavior of a series of polyurethane elastomers based on 1-4-cyclohexane diisocyanate (CHDI) were studied. Polyurethane specimens prepared with varying ratios...


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