Effects of Interphase and Short Fiber on Puncture and Burst Properties of Short-fiber Reinforced Chloroprene Rubber

Title
Effects of Interphase and Short Fiber on Puncture and Burst Properties of Short-fiber Reinforced Chloroprene Rubber
Author(s)
이동주류상렬
Keywords
MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES; TENSILE
Issue Date
201003
Publisher
SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
Citation
JOURNAL OF ELASTOMERS AND PLASTICS, v.42, no.2, pp.181 - 197
Abstract
The puncture and burst properties of short-fiber reinforced polychloroprene rubber under various conditions were investigated to yield the best mechanical properties. In addition to five types of interphase conditions, four types of fiber aspect ratios (AR: length of fiber/diameter of fiber) and three different fiber contents were studied for their roles in the puncture and burst properties of rubber products. Certain interphase conditions and higher fiber ARs were shown to provide higher puncture and burst stresses at a given fiber content. Since both testing methods measure biaxial properties of reinforced rubber, the relation between the two properties is studied. The discrepancy between regressed puncture and burst force is explained based upon the rubber stiffness due to reinforcing parameters and the stress concentration upon sharp edge. Overall, it was found that the interphase condition, fiber AR, and fiber content have an important effect upon puncture and burst properties.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22771http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0095244310362397
ISSN
0095-2443
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