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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150th Technical Meeting (INCOMPLETE)

Date: October 08, 1996
Location: Louisville, KY

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Paper# 1 1996fall1

Comparison of Laboratory Tests for Reversion Resistance of Tire Compounds

Author: Martin L. Engelhardt
Abstract: Large off-highway and radial medium truck tire components continue to be composed primarily of sulfur-crosslinked natural rubber compounds. Under severe load or speed conditions high operating...


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Paper# 18 1996fall18

Carbon Black Effects in Truck Tire Components

Author: Steve Laube*, Mike Curtin, and Glenn Denstaedt
Abstract: A survey of the industry demands in medium/heavy radial truck tires indicates that the most important factors in tire performance are improved global and irregular wear, improved durability, and...


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Paper# 19 1996fall19 bender

The Development of a One-Part Heat Curable Urethane Precure Retread Adhesive

Author: David L. Bender
Abstract: The art of "precure" tire retreading typically consists of the use of a thin layer of rubber adhesive (tie gum) which is vulcanized to hold a precured tread in contact with a prepared tire casing....


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Paper# 78 1996fall78 morris

Reinforcement of Latex Articles by the Use of Fumed Silica Dispersions

Author: Michael D. Morris
Abstract: Cab-O-SperseĀ® dispersions of fumed silica have been developed for reinforcement of latex dipped articles such as gloves, condoms, etc. The primary benefit is the enhancement of tear strength at a...


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