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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141st Technical Meeting (INCOMPLETE)

Date: May 19, 1992
Location: Louisville, KY

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Paper# 3 1992spring3

Rubber Testing for Injection Molding

Author: John Sezna
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Paper# 28 1992spring28

Shock and Vibration Control in Aerospace Applications

Author: Jim R. Halladay
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Paper# 32 1992spring32

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Elastomers: Applications and Opportunities for Industrial Rubber Goods

Author: Ernst Rohde
Abstract: In recent years increasing interest in the use of EVM for elastomeric applications outside the cable and wire sector can be observed. The main reasons have been an increasing need for 150G...


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Paper# 37 1992spring37

EXPANDING RUBBER THROUGH THE YEARS

Author: Donald G. Rowland
Abstract: This paper provides a review of the development of significant methods and techniques for making expanded rubber products during the 20th century.


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Paper# 46 1992spring46 costello

IMPROVED ADHESION OF SILICONE ELASTOMERS USING POLYBUTADIENE MODIFIED RESINS

Author: John M. Labriola
Abstract: The modification of silicone elastomers for adhesion is evaluated using a unique coagent/adhesion promoter liquid resin. High vinyl polybutadiene resins have been known to behave as coagents in...


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Paper# 67 1992spring67

New Developments in Waterborne Adhesive Technology

Author: Karen Bond; Douglas Mowrey
Abstract: Rubber to metal vulcanization bonding requires adhesives that provide excellent, reliable performance. Traditionally, the adhesives that have been used for these applications have been solvent...


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Paper# 73 1992spring73

Electrochemical Degradation of Coolant Hoses

Author: Hal Tucker & Harold Schneider
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