米国著名ゴム技術誌「 ラバーワールド誌」2000年版 記事見出しと要約

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2000年 1月〜12月発行分

Vol. 222、 No2 2000年5月号
Process Machinery: Dedicated, automatic tire sidewall inspection
by Erik O'Neil, Bytewise Measurement Systems USA. Precision laser triangulation measurement
technology in tire inspection is described.


Tech Service: Overmolding, co-extruding melt-processible rubber on rigid substrates
by E. David Santoleri and Jeff Armour, Advanced Polymer Alloys. MPR offers a cost-effective solution
with enhanced design flexibility.

Influence of carbon blacks on extrusion operation
by Steve Monthey, Cabot Industrial Products. Advantages of new carbon blacks during hose extrusion
are described and demonstrated.

Extrusion, continuous vulcanization of profiles
by Gerd Capelle, Berstorff GmbH. Increasing demand for large section profiles makes necessary the
further development of continuously working vulcanization systems.

Successful use of high hardness compounds
by John Moore, Chase Elastomer Corp. The author provides a comparison of several very high hardness
compounds in the areas of chemical stability, heat build-up, thermal stability and thermal conductivity.

Vol. 222、 No1 2000年4月号
技術サービス: ゴム中のシリカフィラーのための分散助剤
Tech Service: A dispersion aid for silica filler in rubber. by Davis Jividen, Western reserve Chemical and Harvey Kaufman, polymer Process technologies. The effect of a polar material on the dispersion of silica fillers in rubber compounds in investigaed.

加工機械:溶液重合ゴムポリマーの仕上げ工程 (その2)の比較
Process Machinery: Comparison of solution rubber finishing processes Part2
by Carl G. Hagberg, NFM Welding Engineers. The water slurry process and direct devolatilizing extruder
process are compared.

シリカとシラン− この配合で勝つ
by bernard Schwaiger and Anke Blume, Degussa-Huls AG. The silica/silane system is finding favor in tire reinforncement due to tis wet traction and rolling resistance performance


by Arkady S Estrin, Ricon resions . Modulus,tear and processability of EPR are enhanced with the application of chopped fiber and maleated polybutadiene.

by rikki Lamba, Columbian Chemicals. An overview is provided by the author on the importance if using dynamic propaerties to understand and optimize the perdormace if carbon black-filled rubber compounds.

Vol. 221、 No.6 2000年3月号
加工機械:溶液重合ゴムポリマーの仕上げ工程 (その1)の比較
Process Machinery: Comparison of solution rubber finishing processes Part1
by Carl G. Hagberg, NFM Welding Engineers. The water slurry process and direct devolatilizing extruder
process are compared.

技術サービス:PAPRA 抜粋データベースの使い方
Tech Service: Using the Rapra Abstracts database
Finding information on rubber using the Rapra Abstracts database is described.

QC of the discontinuous compounding process in a rubber internal mixer
by P. Ryzko and E. Haberstroh, Institut f殲 Kunststoffverarbeitung, Aachen, Germany. A concept using
regression and neural networks process models is presented.

Characteristics of the interlocking rotor internal mixer
by S.N. Ghafouri, Farrel Ltd. Design, processing and operational characteristics of the interlocking rotor
system using the Farrel Shaw Intermix internal mixer are reviewed.

NR elastomer composite: Process, material and performance
by James Shell, Ting Wang, Noboru Tokita and Bin Chung, Cabot. Improved physical properties are
realized by intensely milling a carbon black slurry, mixing with latex and acid coagulating in the
conventional way.


Vol. 221、 No.5 2000年2月号

Process Machinery: The rotary shear cutter
by Harry Davis, G.F. Goodman & Son, Inc. Cutting uncured rubber sheet and slabs cleanly and accurately
around the clock is examined.

Tech Service: How to avoid ozone cracking
by Winfried Jeske, Bayer AG, Rubber Business Group. A solution for avoiding ozone cracking in white and
colored rubber goods is presented.

Cure systems and antidegradant packages for hose and belt polymers

by Robert F. Ohm, R.T. Vanderbilt Co., and Peter A. Callais and Leonard H. Palys, Elf Atochem North
America. It may be possible to simultaneously improve both heat resistance and flex fatigue.

EPDM sponge rubber seals for automotive use
by A. Krusche and E. Haberstroh, Institute f殲 Kunststoffverarbeitung IKV. Correlations between
rheological material properties and product properties can predict final product properties.

Reversion resistance of engine mounts
エンジンマウントの耐久性 戻り耐性

by Hans-Joachim Graf and Ed Sayej, Cooper Standard Automotive. In this article, the authors present a
two layer coating that can provide protection against thermal oxidation and ozone attack for natural
rubber based engine mounts.

Vol. 221、 No.4 2000年1月号
Process Machinery: Real-time impedance measurement

by Richard Magill, Signature Control Systemsand Stephane Demin, REP International. The use of
real-time impedance measurement to monitor and control rubber vulcanization is examined.

Viscous heating and reinforcement effects of fillers using the rubber process analyzer

by John S. Dick and Henry Pawlowski, Alpha Technologies, and John Moore, Chase Elastomer Corp. The
RPA can be modified to measure directly the rubber compound viscous heating with a high degree of

Electric in-situ measurement of vulcanization

by Tetsuo Mori, Seiji Etoh, Yukiko Matsuoka, Toyohiko Gondoh and Michiharu Toh, Kurume National
College of Technology, and Daisaburo Okai, Kyushu Rubber Co. Curing of rubber by measurement of
electrical current and dielectric loss tangent showed good agreement with conventional torque and
crosslink density.

Interlaboratory testing programs as a quality assurance tool

by Janine L. Leete, Collaborative Testing Services, Inc. Participation in an external, ongoing round robin
testing program reassures assessors and customers that properly established laboratory practices are
resulting in reliable numbers.