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By Bohdana Marvalova, Iva Petrikova

The exact houses of rubber make it perfect to be used in a wide selection of engineering purposes reminiscent of tyres, engine mounts, surprise absorbers, versatile joints and seals. constructing assorted elastomeric parts for numerous constructions comprises numerical simulations in their functionality, that are in response to trustworthy constitutive types of the fabric being simulated. Numerical modelling will be underpinned by means of a close experimental research into the thermomechanical behaviour of rubber elements in working conditions.

The ninth quantity of Constitutive types for Rubber, containing the papers awarded on the the 9th eu convention on Constitutive types for Rubber (ECCMR 2015, Prague, Czech Republic, 1-4 September 2015), deals engineers, scientists and postgraduate scholars an summary of modern theoretical and experimental study at the behaviour, houses and modelling of rubber. The contributions were grouped lower than to the subsequent headings: getting old, Friction & Abrasion, Adhesion, Swelling, Continuum Mechanical types & Numerical Implementation, Hyperelasticity, Micromechanical methods, Fracture, Fatigue & Lifetime Prediction, Mullins influence, pressure brought on Crystallization, Thermal results, Reinforcement & Vulcanization, layout & functions, Magnetosensitive, Ionic & Electroactive Elastomers and Foams. The papers provided are, even though, no longer constrained to those subject matters yet replicate the complexity of various and intriguing difficulties within the modelling of the behaviour of rubber.

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However, the loss in ability of resetting the original form (Fig. 4b) is much more pronounced than the decrease in tensile strength (Fig. 4a). Especially for sealing materials, the preservation of the elasticity is very important regarding the the sealing function. Further, it could be found that one of the EPDM materials has a lower compression set. Concerning the material Figure 4. Tensile strength (a) and compression set (b) of two EPDM sealing materials in dependence on the ageing time. indd 35 6/27/2015 8:33:36 AM selection, this should be taken into account.

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Physically, both parameters should be independent with respect to ageing and sulfur concentration. 4 Figure 2. Bond strength of stiff (sv) and soft (sd) fillerfiller bonds for different sulfur concentrations (top abscissa, dashed lines) and ageing times (bottom abscissa). 8 phr sulfur sample is shown, the other fits are similar. Systematic errors can be found in the region of 10% to 50% strain, where the modeled stresses are too small compared to experiment. This problem can be fixed by defining the crosslink modulus Gc to be a monotonically decreasing function of strain or stress.

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