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196th Technical Meeting - Fall 2019


Date: October 08, 2019
Location: Cleveland, OH

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Paper# 01 010 keynote 2019 r narayan

On the Circular Economy and Biobased/Biodegradable Elastomers and Plastics

Author: Ramani Narayan
Abstract: Discusses global efforts to reduce leakage of elastoemrs and plastics into the environment. Rubber technologists need to address the "Circular Economy" including both Beginning of Life and End of...

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Paper# A10 A10 garbelotto manufacturing green silica from rice husk ash


Author: Paulo Garbelotto
Abstract: Environmental awareness has been taking on major proportions in the development of a new product. The automobile manufacturers, following this trend, started to worry about the impact that their...

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Paper# A17 A17 wilson 5 reasons to celebrate tool cleaning

5 Reasons to Celebrate Tool Cleaning in Elastomer Molding

Author: Steve Wilson

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Paper# A19 A19 butuc new insights into the role played by zno in sulfur crosslinking

New insights into the role played by ZnO in sulfur crosslinking by ways of a sulfur donor

Author: Gina Butuc
Abstract: Sulfur crosslinking was discovered by Goodyear and Hancock more than 150 years ago and led to the development of a new material science application – rubber. Since the first discovery of ways of...

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Paper# A23 A23 ubepol vcr unique non staining polybutadiene rubber

Unique Non-Staining Polybutadiene Rubber containing SPB with High Melting Point for Excellent Energy Loss Performance and High Process Ability

Author: Koji Mizokami
Abstract: UBEPOL VCR is a unique technology developed by UBE Industries that consists of micro-dispersed syndiotactic 1,2-Polybutadiene (SPB) resins with high-cis polybutadiene rubber matrix produced with a...

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Paper# A24 A24 wheeler a finite element methods engineered solution

A Finite Element Methods Engineered Solution for Implementing Component Material Properties for Predicting Tire Vibration Performance

Author: Robert Wheeler
Abstract: This study addresses an engineered solution for implementing tire component material properties characterized under multiple operating states for application to tire structure borne vibration...

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Paper# A25 A25 roland deformation index applied to projectile impact

Deformation Index Applied to Projectile Impact

Author: C. M. Roland
Abstract: Almost three decades ago, S. Futamura [1] devised the deformation index concept for determining the control parameter for the viscoelastic response of deformed elastomeric materials. We have...

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Paper# A26 A26 tunnicliffe carbon black reinforcement of rubber for vibration isolation


Author: Lewis Tunnicliffe
Abstract: The mechanical behavior of carbon black reinforced rubber plays a crucial role in the in-service performance and product life time of rubber-based NVH mitigation devices. This comprehensive...

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Paper# A27 A27 barrera nvh implications of using guayule

NVH Implications of Using Guayule in Automotive Part Applications

Author: Cindy Barrera

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Paper# A28 A28 seel a low hysteresis additive

A Low Hysteresis Additive for use with Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins

Author: Darren Seel
Abstract: Improving tire rolling resistance and durability is necessary to reclaim and sustain a “green” environment. Tire rolling resistance is mainly a function of the tread compound while non-tread...

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Paper# A29 A29 stevenson get multiple extrudate dimensions on spec

Get Multiple Extrudate Dimensions On Spec Fast Using Cascade Control

Author: James Stevenson
Abstract: The use of online profilometers upstream near the die (hot location) and at the end of the line (cold location) enables faster and more accurate control of extrudate dimensions. cascade control...

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Paper# A30 A30 neilson eco curative paper acs rubber division 2019

"Eco" Friendly Curatives: A Tool to Assist in Developing Rubber Compounds that are Safer for the Environment and Better for Biological Health

Author: Joel Neilsen
Abstract: Rubber is an essential component of many every-day and specialized products used in a variety of ways. To produce rubber compounds with the physical properties necessary for good product...

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Paper# A31 A31 schmitz effects of different accelerators in epdm

Effects of Different Accelerators in EPDM

Author: Michael Schmitz
Abstract: This paper discusses the effects of different thiazoles, dithiocarbamates, and thiurams have in EPDM sulfur cure systems. Traditionally, most cure system information was provided in polymers like...

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Paper# B01 B01 mcbride fuel aging studies of aem compounds

Fuel Aging Studies of AEM Compounds

Author: Edward McBride
Abstract: Parts made from Vamac® (AEM) compounds are used in under the hood applications where they are exposed to a combination of high and low temperatures and typically either engine oils or transmission...

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Paper# B02 B02 desarkar new oilresistant elastomer evolmer

General Introduction and Potential Applications of New Oil-Resistant Elastomer: Evolmer®

Author: Mousumi DeSarker
Abstract: Denka Company Ltd. has recently launched Evolmer®, a new elastomer with outstanding performance benefits. As a copolymer of acrylonitrile and chloroprene, Evolmer® demonstrates excellent oil...

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Paper# B08 B08 gross new developments in fluorosilicone rubber

New Developments in Fluorosilicone Rubber

Author: Craig Gross
Abstract: Fluorosilicone rubber (FVMQ) falls into a unique class of silicone polymers that add enhanced chemical resistance to the excellent temperature performance characteristic of silicone rubber...

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Paper# B12 B12 yarzabal mlpc a reliable partner for sustainable solutions

MLPC = A Reliable Partner for Sustainable Solutions

Author: Yarzabal

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Paper# B17 B17 spontak tpe gels

Effects of Molecular Architecture and Charge Complexation on Thermoplastic Elastomer Gels

Author: Richard Spontak
Abstract: Most thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) based on styrenic block copolymers derive from the triblock architecture, and numerous independent studies have previously demonstrated the unequivocal utility...

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Paper# B18 B18 iyer high resiliency santoprene thermoplastic vulcanizates

High Resiliency Santoprene Thermoplastic Vulcanizates (TPVs)

Author: Krishnan Iyer
Abstract: SantopreneTM Thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) are specialty reactive extrusion blends of polypropylene (PP) as the continuous phase and crosslinked EPDM rubber particles of 1-5 microns as the...

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Paper# B19 B19 barone programmable shape change in thermoplastic elastomer

Programmable Shape Change in Bio-Inspired Thermoplastic Elastomer Bilayers

Author: Justin Barone

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Paper# B20 B20 barrera improving the sustainable content in thermoplastic elastomers

Improving the Sustainable Content in Thermoplastic Elastomers – Use of Natural Rubber and Alternative Fillers

Author: Cindy Barrera
Abstract: Thermoplastic olefin (TPO) materials are widely used in in the automotive industry in both interior and exterior applications. TPO is made of a rigid and stiff thermoplastic, usually polypropylene...

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Paper# B25 B25 marginean improving cpe cables for robotic welding

Improving CPE Cables for Robotic Welding Formulations, Enhancing Actual UL94 V-1to UL 94 V-0 Crosslinking by Electron Beaming

Author: Dan Marginean
Abstract: Scope of Study To determine the best way of Compounding of CPE Formulation for Cables used in Robotics Welding by Enhancing the Actual UL 94 V-1 Cables to UL 94 V-0 by using non Halogenated Fire...

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Paper# B26 B26 wu oil extended free flow pellet nordeltrade epdm

Oil Extended, Free Flow Pellet NORDEL™ EPDM for TPV and Extrusion Applications

Author: Xiaosong Wu

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Paper# B27 B27 zhao 2019acsrubberfinaldraft

Natural Rubber-Toughened PHBV/PLA Bioplastic Films for Quieter Packaging Applications

Author: Xiaoying Zhao

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Paper# B28 B28 hamdan improved manufacturing efficiency with nordel epdm

Improved Manufacturing Efficiency with NORDEL EPDM

Author: INtan Hamdan

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Paper# B29 B29 spanos therbanreg ht a polyamide reinforced hnbr

Therban® HT - A Polyamide Reinforced HNBR With Improved High Temperature Properties

Author: Pete Spanos

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Paper# B30 B30 gross low temperature cure lsr technology enables processing improvements

Low Temperature Cure LSR Technology Enables Processing Improvements

Author: Craig Gross

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Paper# C01 C01 spontak selfsterilizingelastomers

Comprehensive Self-Sterilizing Elastomers to Combat Drug-Resistant Microbes

Author: Richard Spontak

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Paper# C03 C03 coronagadevelopments in sebs for medical and other valuable applications

Developments in SEBS for Medical and other Valuable Applications

Author: Sergio Corona-Galvan
Abstract: New SEBS grades having medium to high MFI have been developed for medical applications, including medical films, tubing and stoppers. These SEBS combined with polypropylene are good alternatives to...

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Paper# C05 C05 euchler cavitation damage in tire rubber materials

Cavitation Damage in Tire Rubber Materials

Author: Eric Euchler

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Paper# C06 C06 mars stiffness loss r2

Computing Stiffness Loss Due to Fatigue Under Incrementally Updated Load and Displacement Histories

Author: William Mars

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Paper# C07 C07 understanding role of filler particles in stress softening of fillerreinforced elastomers morovati

Understanding Role of Filler Particles in Stress Softening of Filler-Reinforced Elastomers

Author: Vahid Morovati

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Paper# C08 C08 mars breaking computational barrier

Breaking the Computational Barrier to Simulating Full Road Load Signals in Fatigue

Author: William Mars

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Paper# C09 C09 he trans14polybutadienecoisoprene copolymer rubber a new strategy for green tires

Trans-1,4-poly(butadiene-co-isoprene) Copolymer Rubber: New Strategy for Green Tires and Long Serving Life Damping Materials

Author: Aihua He

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Paper# C10 C10 wamsley designing bromobutyl elastomer system for tire innerliner compounds

Designing Bromobutyl Elastomer System for Tire Innerliner Compounds

Author: Eric Wamsley
Abstract: Bromobutyl (BIIR) is an isobutylene–isoprene copolymer containing reactive bromine. Because bromobutyl has the predominately saturated polyisobutylene backbone of butyl rubber, it has many of the...

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Paper# C11 C11 rul emergence of carbon nanotubes into rubber for tire formulations

Emergence of Carbon Nanotubes into Rubber for Tire Formulations: HSE Aspects of Use of NC7000 into Formulated Products

Author: Alicia Rul

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Paper# C12 C12 dos santos freire   manuscript

Silica Development for Sidewall Compounds

Author: Lucas Dos Santos Freire
Abstract: Tire tread is the single largest contributor to tire rolling resistance. Because of this, most developments to improve tire rolling resistance have focused on the incorporation of precipitated...

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Paper# C14 C14 beiner biomimetic synthetic rubber vs natural rubber

Biomimetic Synthetic Rubber vs. Natural Rubber: Strain Induced Crystallization and Abrasion Resistance

Author: Mario Beiner

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Paper# C16 C16 new developments in otr tiresx3a performance and sustainability bacchelli

New developments in OTR tires: performance and sustainability

Author: Fabio Bacchelli, Barbara Pellizzari, Federico Grasso
Abstract: Pneumatic tire treads intended for severe service are traditionally comprised of carbon black compounds containing natural rubber as major component. As working areas have expanded, tires have to...

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Paper# C17 C17 jacob brominated isobutylenecoparamethylstyrene with superior impermeability

Brominated Isobutylene-co-para-methylstyrene (BIMSM) with Superior Impermeability for Tire Innerliner Applications

Author: Sunny Jacob
Abstract: Isobutylene elastomers are of great commercial importance in tire applications due to their notable low gas permeability properties due to their efficient molecular packing. Brominated...

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Paper# C18 C18 henning silaneterminated liquid polybutadiene in tread formulations

Silane-Terminated Liquid Poly(butadienes) in Tread Formulations: A Mechanistic Study

Author: Steven Henning
Abstract: Liquid poly(butadienes) are materials which exhibit flow properties as their molecular weights are at or below that for significant chain entanglement. When applied to tire compound formulating in...

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Paper# C19 C19 universal coupling agent for carbon black and silica galimberti


Author: Galimberti Maurizio,
Abstract: A pyrrole compound such as 2-(2,5-dimethyl-1H-pyrrol-1-yl)-1,3-propanediol (serinol pyrrole, SP) forms stable adducts with carbon black and with silica. Hence, a pyrrole compound such as serinol...

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Paper# C20 C20 krannig liquid rubbers for enhanced tire performance

Liquid Rubbers for Enhanced Tire Performance

Author: Kai Krannig
Abstract: Since the first introduction in the 1990s green tire technology has developed rapidly. The main driver are e-mobility, the increasing demand for the reduction of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions...

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Paper# C21 C21 uehara kuraray co ltd

Improved Winter Tire Performances with Liquid Rubber

Author: Yosuke Uehara
Abstract: Kuraray has developed a series of liquid rubber products with molecular weights ranging from a few thousands to a hundred thousand. These polymers, which consist of isoprene, butadiene, styrene and...

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Paper# C22 C22 sattayanurak utilization of organoclay as secondary filler



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Paper# C23 C23 westenberg surface modified carbon black for modern low rolling resistance tires

Surface Modified Carbon Black for Modern low Rolling Resistance Tires – Compounding Strategy and Process Optimization

Author: Hauke Westenberg

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Paper# C25 C25 wang silicafilled masterbatches

Silica-Filled Masterbatches Produced with Liquid Phase Mixing

Author: Zheng Wang
Abstract: New rubber/silica masterbaches named EVEC (Eco-Visco-Elastomer composite) are the compounds manufactured using a continuous liquid phase mixing process. In this process the polymers used are in a...

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Paper# C26 C26 xie silicafilled masterbatches produced with liquid phase mixing  part ii

Silica-Filled Masterbatches Produced with Liquid Phase Mixing Part II. Dynamic Stress-Softening Effect

Author: Mingxiu Xie
Abstract: The stress-softening effect of the vulcanizates has been generally investigated with quasi-static and large deformations. With regarding to tire application, the dynamic stress applied is...

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Paper# C27 C27 haake 196th technical meeting of the rubber division acs 2019 v2

Combining a Single Screw Extruder with a Capillary Rheometer to Facilitate Faster Measurements

Author: Tim Haake
Abstract: Capillary Rheometer RHEOGRAPH with the CONTIFEED option >>> The viscosity, the melt elongation rate, the die-swell, thermal conductivity or the PVT data are only some characteristic values of...

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Paper# C28 C28 fukutami estimation of mechanical load on rubber mixing rotors

Estimation of Mechanical Load on Rubber Mixing Rotors by Using Partially-Filled Flow Simulation in Chamber

Author: Kazuhisa Fukutani

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Paper# C29 C29 dick rpa rubber testing by the numbers

RPA Rubber Testing by the Numbers – The ASTM Numbers

Author: John Dick

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Paper# C30 C30 terrill silica tread mixing using entex planetary

Silica Tread Mixing using ENTEX Planetary Roller Extruder

Author: Ed Terrill

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Paper# C31 C31 dick measuring silica dispersion quality in rubber mixing

Measuring Silica Dispersion Quality in Rubber Mixing

Author: John Dick
Abstract: Ever greater attention in the rubber industry is being applied to effectively measuring the degree of silica dispersion that has resulted from established factory mixing procedures. This process is...

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Paper# D01 D01 stevens rubber bonding a novel measurements for cure rate of adhesives

Rubber Bonding: Novel Measurements for Cure Rate of Adhesives and Measurements of Reactivity of Applied Dried Adhesives

Author: Christopher Stevens
Abstract: This paper characterises extremely reactive rubber bonding agents, similar to those used for rubber-to-metal application. The first half of the paper addresses the measurement of the rate of cure....

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Paper# D02 D02 cassell twocoat rubber to substrate bonding

Two-Coat Rubber to Substrate Bonding Systems vs One-Coat Bonding Systems and the Impact on Corrosion Resistance

Author: Roger Cassell
Abstract: For many years, rubber component designers and engineers have been asked to find simpler ways to apply adhesives. This paper will examine the long debated topic of 1-coat bonding systems versus...

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Paper# D03 D03  lin hexamethylene bis bunte salts for steel cord adhesion

Replacing Materials of Concern in Steel Skim Formulation with Inorganic Bunte Salts

Author: C. Jeffrey Lin

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Paper# D04 D04 betzhold advances in coatings for rubbertometal bonded parts

Advances in Coatings for Rubber-to-Metal Bonded Parts

Author: Tiffany Betzhold
Abstract: Today’s technical standards such as cyclic corrosion tests demand parts that provide exceptional elastomeric bond strength and years of under-hood and under-carriage service with little change in...

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Paper# D05 D05 gmerek the effect of bonding aid on aramid pulp in epdm compound

The Effect of Bonding Aid on Aramid Pulp in EPDM Compound

Author: Mike Gmerek

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Paper# D06 D06 yi improved adhesion in elastomeric laminates for chemical protection

Improved Adhesion in Elastomeric Laminates for Chemical Protection Through the Use of Compatiblizing Rubber Blends

Author: Jianan Yi
Abstract: Although commercially available chemical protective clothing can resist a wide range of chemicals, there is still a need to further improve the chemical resistance, as well as the elasticity and...

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Paper# D09 D09 adkinson inner liner how construction composition and air retention

Inner Liner: How Construction, Composition and Air Retention

Author: Adkinson
Abstract: Using halobutyl rubber within the inner liner helps the tire to maintain proper inflation pressure. It is well known that a tire, which retains proper inflation pressure, displaces lower rolling...

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Paper# D10 D10 rodriguez branching characteristics of model polybutadienes

Branching Characteristics of Model Polybutadienes Using Multi-Detector Gel Permeation Chromatography and Rubber Process Analyzer

Author: Luis Rodriguez-Guadarrama

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Paper# D11 D11 padmanathan fatigue crack initiation in filled rubber composites


Author: H.R. Padmanathan
Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the fatigue crack initiation in silica-filled solution styrene butadiene rubber. Interrupted fatigue tests were performed on adapted hourglass shaped AE2...

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Paper# D12 D12 federico multiscale approach for characterizing damage in rubber

Multiscale Approach for Characterizing Damage in Rubber Composites

Author: Carlos Eloy Federico
Abstract: Rubber composites are widely used for industrial applications as tire manufacturing, sealing and others. During their service life, these materials undergo complex mechanical loadings resulting in...

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Paper# D13 D13 becker prediction and validation of optimal curing conditions in nonpost cured rubber

Prediction and Validation of Optimal Curing Conditions in Non-Post Cured Rubber Compounds

Author: Albrecht Becker
Abstract: Every rubber part goes through a chemical reaction during its production, the curing step. It is a necessary step to achieve the desired final properties of a rubber part. This step needs to be...

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Paper# D14 D14 knipp analysis of methods for measuring dispersion of fillers

Analysis of Methods for Measuring Dispersion of Fillers in Rubber Compounds

Author: Kylie Knipp

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Paper# D15 D15   cutting method durability   endurica driv   acs rubber div fall 2019

Using the Laboratory Cutting Method for Predicting Long-Term Durability of Elastomers

Author: Christopher G. Robertson, Joshua R. Goossens, and William V. Mars

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Paper# D16 D16 latshaw rheological characterization of mixing effects on natural rubber

Rheological Characterization of Mixing Effects on Natural Rubber Using an RPA

Author: Alina Latshaw, David Bohnsack
Abstract: Physical and structural properties of the raw polymer lots used for rubber compounds dictate bulk compound behavior. The most influential factors include molecular weight, molecular weight...

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Paper# D17 D17 behdad dynamic mechanical characterization of brx2fnr cured rubber

Dynamic Mechanical Characterization of BR/NR Cured Rubber

Author: Sadegh Behdad, Troy Nickel
Abstract: Physical and structural properties of vulcanized rubber can be characterized by dynamic mechanical testing methods, including, but not limited to, Fatigue, Dynamic Mechanical Analysis and Heat...

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Paper# D18 D18   rbertson rubbertensile strength distribution   endurica birla axel

Characterizing Tensile Strength Distribution to Evaluate Filler Dispersion Effects and Reliability of Rubber

Author: Chris Robertson
Abstract: Rubber fracture mechanics can be used to predict fatigue lifetime of an elastomer product, and the essential inputs are the crack growth rate law and the size of crack precursors. A distribution of...

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Paper# D19 D19 boqaileh automation and ai for material development and testing

Automation and AI for Material Development and Testing

Author: Khaled Boqaileh

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Paper# D20 D20 pawlowski molecular characteristics of elastomers measured with modern rheological tools

Molecular Characteristics of Elastomers Measured with Modern Rheological Tools

Author: Henry Pawlowski

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Paper# D21 D21 mouri a novel insight into ozone cracking of rubber

A Novel Insight into Ozone Cracking of Rubber

Author: Hiroshi Mouri

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Paper# D22 D22 ito fundamental aspect for evaluation of activation energy of thermal degradation

Fundamental Aspect for Evaluation of Activation Energy of Thermal degradation of Tetrafluoroethylene-propylene elastomer by Weight Change

Author: Masayuki Ito
Abstract: Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) has been used for obtaining activation energy which is necessary for deciding the condition of short time of thermal aging. The activation energy obtained by TGA...

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Paper# D23 D23 terrill understanding traction enhancers with ueshima rtm friction tester

Understanding Traction Enhancers with Ueshima RTM Friction Tester

Author: Edward R Terrill* and Hiroshi Yoshioka

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Paper# D24 D24 dpenumaduacs rubber 2019 fall paper with eastman approval

A Novel Method for Vulcanization Research in Elastomeric Tire Formulations Using High Resolution X-ray Computed Tomography

Author: Dayakar Penumadu
Abstract: Dispersion of compounded ingredients in a rubber formulation is important for fatigue or tensile performance. After mixing, certain compounds can remain as dispersed phases within the rubber...

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Paper# D25 D25 datta

Tearing Energy in Relation to Distribution of Oil Concentration Measured by Infrared Spectroscopy at Fracture Surface

Author: Sanjoy Datta
Abstract: Cured styrene butadiene rubber (SBR), compounded at two different paraffin oil concentrations, 4.5 and 9.0 phr were subjected to a uniaxial tensile loading at three different strain rates of 10,...

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Paper# D26 D26 lai nordel epdm solution to enable high heat resistant applications

NORDEL EPDM solution to enable high heat resistant applications

Author: Yuming Lai
Abstract: Synthetic ethylene propylene diene rubber (EPDM) has a wide range of applications such as seals, belts, hoses, cable jacketing, and roofing membranes. Although the saturated backbone provides...

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Paper# D27 D27 simmons hydrogen compatibility of epdm in high pressure environments

Hydrogen Compatibility of EPDM in High Pressure Environments

Author: Kevin Simmons

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Paper# D28 D28 presto watching filler behavior in silica reinforced sbr using xrays

Watching Filler Behavior in Silica Reinforced SBR Using X-rays

Author: Dillon Presto

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Paper# D29 D29 chakraborty formation and degradation of elastomer matrix

Formation and Degradation of Elastomer Matrix in Light of Viscoelastic Properties and Cure Kinetics

Author: Soumen Chakraborty

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Paper# D30 D30 bhowmick effect of parametric and compositional variables

Effect of Parametric and Compositional Variables on the Penetration Resistance of Rubber Vulcanizates

Author: Anil Bhowmick
Abstract: A method for characterization of penetration resistance of rubber compounds has been developed. The effects of properties of indenter, nature and dosage of fillers, and crosslinking density were...

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Paper# D31 D31 martin thermofisher

The Influence of Carbon Black Types on the Processability of Rubber Compounds in Green Tires

Author: Scott MArtin

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Paper# E01 E01 jakli low voltage driven large bending of ionic liquid crystal elastomers

Low Voltage Driven Large Bending of Ionic Liquid Crystal Elastomers

Author: Antal Jakli
Abstract: Motivated by the success of ionic electroactive polymers (iEAP) [1], we dispersed ionic liquids into liquid crystal elastomers (LCE) and studied their voltage induced bending properties by using...

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Paper# E03 E03 park stretchable elastic  shape memory fibers with electrical conductivity

Stretchable Elastic Shape Memory Fibers with Electrical Conductivity

Author: Sungjune Park

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Paper# E05 E05 kulbaba elastomer sealing performance in hydrogen fuel cells

Elastomer Sealing Performance in Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Author: Kevin Kulbaba
Abstract: Recent breakthrough technologies in hydrogen gas (H2) fuel cell design have led to compact light-weight construction suitable for automotive designs. As an example, the Toyota Mirai FCV (Fuel Cell...

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Paper# E06 E06 nah actuating and energy harvesting based on dielectric elastomers

Actuating and Energy Harvesting Based on Dielectric Elastomers

Author: Changwoon Nah
Abstract: Since rubbers have been used for long time due to their unique elasticity suitable for various applications such as tires, belts, mounts, and seals, and where the extremely harsh conditions are...

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Paper# E07 E07 albehaijan development of elastomeric polymer electrolyte networks for energy harvesting

Development of Elastomeric Polymer Electrolyte Networks for Energy Harvesting from Rolling Tires and Wearable Therapeutic Devices

Author: Hamad Albehaijan
Abstract: Inspired by the principles of bioelectricity and signal transmission in neurons, a multilayer laminate consisting of flexible solid polymer electrolyte membranes (PEM) and carbonaceous electrodes...

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Paper# E09 E09 dierkes circular loops for tire rubberx3a chances and challenges

Circular Loops for Tire Rubber: Chances and Challenges

Author: Wilma Dierkes
Abstract: Tires are very sophisticated high-quality products and constantly improved in terms of efficiency, safety and environmental impact. Many of the improvements are material-based. Examples of these...

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Paper# E10 E10 noordermeer cradletocradle devulcanization options for various elastomer types

Cradle-to-cradle Devulcanization Options for Various Elastomer Types

Author: Jacques Noordermeer
Abstract: In terms of cradle-to-cradle recycling, options to really DE-VULCANIZE end-of-life rubber articles are most prominent choices. On the other hand, the technique of rubber vulcanization was meant to...

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Paper# E11 E11 paashe pushing boundaries vestenamer in recycling rubber applications

Pushing boundaries! - VESTENAMER® in Recycling Rubber Applications

Author: Alexander Paasche
Abstract: Recycling rubber is globally gaining traction in efforts towards a circular economy. Beside sustainability aspects, it is also increasingly recognized as a cost efficient raw material in...

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Paper# E13 E13 gil compounding for sustainability  a comparison between recovered carbon black

Compounding for Sustainability: A Comparison Between Recovered Carbon Black (rCB) and standard N650 in EPDM Rubber Compounds

Author: Andres Gil
Abstract: Recycling tires has become relevant during the last decade because of an urgent need to create a circular economy for a more sustainable industry through the means of recovered raw...

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Paper# E14 E14 mcnutt application of recovered cb in support of a circular economy

Application of Recovered CB in Support of a Circular Economy

Author: Jamie Mcnutt

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Paper# E17 E17 shafranska soybean oil as a plasticizer

Soybean Oil as a Plasticizer for Micronized Recycled Crumb Rubber

Author: Olena Shafranska
Abstract: The ability of different types of soybean oils to plasticize micronized recycled rubber and enable incorporation into new rubber compounds was explored. Mechano-chemical de-vulcanization of...

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Paper# E18 E18 chisholm modification of soybean oil to enhance performance as a processing

Modification of Soybean Oil to Enhance Performance as a Processing Oil in SBR-Based Rubber Compounds

Author: Brett Chisholm
Abstract: Although soybean oil (SBO) has been successfully used as a bio-based, renewable processing oil (PO) for rubber compounds, SBO can impart very different properties as compared to conventional...

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Paper# E19 E19 pazur network chain density rct

The Characterization and Correlation of the Network Chain Density to the Properties of Fluoroelastomer Rubber

Author: Richard Pazur
Abstract: Fluoroelastomer (FKM) rubbers are used in many demanding applications due to their ability to resist the attack of heat, chemicals, and solvents. Chemical crosslinking is known to have a major...

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Paper# E20 E20 bartlett advantage of 12polybutadiene on halogenated rubber applications

Advantage of 1,2-Polybutadiene on Halogenated Rubber Applications

Author: Bruce Bartlett
Abstract: Liquid polybutadiene with higher content of 1,2-vinyl group (1,2-polybutadiene) can be produced by the living-anion polymerization method. It is being used as an additive for various lubber...

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Paper# E21 E21 indriasari tailoring natural rubber compounds containing a hybrid carbon blacksilica filler

Tailoring Natural Rubber Compounds Containing a Hybrid Carbon Black-Silica Filler for Aircraft Tire Treads

Author: Indriasari Indriasari
Abstract: The properties needed for aircraft tire treads are significantly different from the ones required for passenger car or truck tires, for which improvements mainly focus on a better balance of...

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Paper# E23 E23 patently good ideas trademark basics for business ward

Patently Good Ideas: Trademark Basics for Business

Author: Jacob Ward
Abstract: All businesses use trademarks to distinguish themselves from their competitors. But trademarks are not just limited to business or product names. Many companies have products with unique logos or...

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