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Ageing of rubber [electronic resource] : accelerated weathering and ozone test results / R.P. Brown, T. Butler and S.W. Hawley.

By: Brown, Roger (Roger P.).
Contributor(s): Butler, T | Hawley, S. W | Rapra Technology Limited.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Shrewsbury : Rapra Technology Ltd., 2001Description: 1 online resource (ii, 192 p.) : ill., photos.ISBN: 9781859573495 (electronic bk.); 1859573495 (electronic bk.); 1859572642 (Trade Paper); 9781859572641; 1591245443 (electronic bk.); 9781591245445 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Rubber -- Testing | Rubber -- Deterioration | Rubber Industry and Trade | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Material ScienceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ageing of rubber.DDC classification: 620.1/940287 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Materials -- Preparation of test pieces -- Physical tests -- Exposure of test pieces -- Weathering results -- Ozone results.
Summary: Annotation A long-term natural ageing programme was started in 1958 when 19 rubber compounds were exposed at 3 locations. The final sets of test pieces were withdrawn in 1998 giving a total of 40 years of natural ageing. This report details the results of the artificial weathering and ozone exposure tests and makes comparisons with the results after natural ageing. The following properties were selected for monitoring the artificial weathering exposures; tensile strength elongation at break, stress at 100% elongation, stress at 300% elongation and microhardness.
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"This report is an output from the Weathering of Elastomers and Sealants project which forms part of the UK government's Department of Trade and Industry's Degradation of Materials in Aggressive Environments Programme."

Materials -- Preparation of test pieces -- Physical tests -- Exposure of test pieces -- Weathering results -- Ozone results.

Annotation A long-term natural ageing programme was started in 1958 when 19 rubber compounds were exposed at 3 locations. The final sets of test pieces were withdrawn in 1998 giving a total of 40 years of natural ageing. This report details the results of the artificial weathering and ozone exposure tests and makes comparisons with the results after natural ageing. The following properties were selected for monitoring the artificial weathering exposures; tensile strength elongation at break, stress at 100% elongation, stress at 300% elongation and microhardness.

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