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Constitutive Models for Rubber III : Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Constitutive Models for Rubber, London, UK, 15-17 September 2003 - J. Busfield

Constitutive Models for Rubber III

Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Constitutive Models for Rubber, London, UK, 15-17 September 2003

By: J. Busfield (Editor), A. Muhr (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st January 2003
ISBN: 9789058095664
Number Of Pages: 460

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Recent developments in the modelling of rubber are collated in this volume, including not only stress-strain behaviour and the use of the large strain finite element method for simulation, but also fatigue, fracture, filler reinforcement, dynamic properties and the effects of ageing. The contributions cover applications to specific products, as well as advances in methodology; an index to this volume and the earlier volumes in the series is included.

Forewordp. IX
Foreword (vol. 1)p. XI
Sponsorsp. XIII
Lifetime prediction
Theoretical and numerical limitations for the simulation of crack propagation in natural rubber componentsp. 3
Simulation of crack propagation in rubberp. 11
A method for determining equi-biaxial fatigue in elastomersp. 21
A methodology for test time reduction in rubber part testingp. 27
Predicting cyclic fatigue crack growth using finite element analysis techniques applied to three-dimensional elastomeric componentsp. 33
Crack initiation in filled natural rubber: experimental database and macroscopic observationsp. 41
Lifetime prediction of multiaxially loaded rubber springs and bushingsp. 49
Fatigue life prediction and verification of rubber to metal bonded springsp. 55
A finite element methodology to predict age-related mechanical properties and performance changes in rubber componentsp. 59
Ageing
Study on the dynamic mechanical properties of aged rubbersp. 71
Effect of ageing on the ability of natural rubber to strain crystallisep. 79
Homogenisation techniques for the analysis of oxygen diffusion and reaction in fiber-reinforced elastomersp. 85
Applications
Elastic instabilities in rubber: aneurysms, wrinkles and knotsp. 95
Uniaxial and equi-biaxial tension tests of silicone elastomerp. 99
A computation model to predict the thermomechanical behavior of automobile tiresp. 107
Application of non-linear FEA to tyre rolling resistance simulationp. 115
Modelling of structural inhomogeneities by a homogenized approachp. 119
Constitutive sensitivity of end effects in slabs under compressionp. 125
Finite element analysis of a rubber bushing considering rate and amplitude dependent effectsp. 133
Prediction of tyre rolling resistance using FEAp. 141
Engineering design of rubber pads ageing properties: theory and experimentp. 147
Hyperelastic models
A general first-invariant hyperelastic constitutive modelp. 157
Critical comparison of popular hyper-elastic material models in design of anti-vibration mounts for automotive industry through FEAp. 161
A finite element formulation for the stress rate in hyperelasticity based on the Updated Lagrangian approach and its applicability to vibration control devicesp. 169
Influence of the filler properties on the mechanical response of silica filled natural rubberp. 177
Advanced computational modelling of the mechanical behaviour of rubber-like materialsp. 185
Statistical approach to networks
The effect of spatially inhomogeneous mixing of polymer and cross-links for end-linked polymer networksp. 195
Finite element modelling of polymer networks based on chain statisticsp. 203
On a micromechanically-based finite element simulation of the viscoelastic and damage behaviour of rubber-like polymersp. 213
Stress softening
Modelling of stress softening in filled elastomersp. 223
Time dependencies in the response of self-organizing linkage patterns to imposed deformationp. 231
Modelling the Mullins effect using damage mechanics: efficiency and limitationsp. 237
Comparison of recent models for the Mullins effect: formulation and finite element implementationp. 245
Modelling compressibility and dilational effects
Modelling dilatational stress softening of rubberp. 253
A constitutive model for nonlinear viscoelastic particulate composite materialsp. 263
Compressibility induced by damage in carbon black reinforced natural rubberp. 273
Effect of compressible filler on the elastic properties of rubberp. 283
Thermodynamic analysis of polymer networksp. 291
Dynamic properties, filler reinforcement and the Fletcher-Gent effect
Filler reinforcement in rubber carbon black systemsp. 301
Modelling inelastic stress-strain phenomena and a scheme for efficient experimental characterizationp. 309
Material model and experimental testing of rubber components under cyclic deformationp. 319
Network junction model for mechanical properties of filled vulcanizatesp. 325
Impact of pre-strain on dynamic-mechanical properties of carbon black and silica filled rubbersp. 333
The effect of swelling and temperature on the electrical and mechanical behaviour of a filled rubberp. 343
Force-deformation behaviour of filled and unfilled elastomers down to very small strainsp. 349
Interpretation of the high low-strain modulus of filled rubbers as an inelastic effectp. 357
Dynamic analysis of rubber to metal devices using an unconventional numerical modelling for elastomersp. 365
Phenomenological models for the mechanical behaviour of filled elastomers under "steady" conditionsp. 373
Dynamic mechanical behaviour of filled and unfilled elastomers under uniaxial and multi-axial conditionsp. 381
A micro-mechanical mechanism for energy dissipation of filled rubberp. 387
The effects of cyclic pre-loading and thermal recovery on the viscoelastic response of carbon black-reinforced rubbersp. 391
Constitutive modelling of calendering induced anisotropy in rubber sheetsp. 401
Magneto- and electro-sensitive rubbers
Magneto-rheological rubber to reduce noise: reality or fiction?--An experimental inquiry into its effectivenessp. 407
Semi-active vibroisolation using elastomer electro-rheological and viscoelastic materialsp. 411
Modelling of magneto-sensitive elastomersp. 421
Author indexp. 429
Subject indexp. 431
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ISBN: 9789058095664
ISBN-10: 9058095665
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 460
Published: 1st January 2003
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 18.42  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.95
Edition Number: 1

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