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

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J. Busfield, A. Muhr
CRC Press, 1 de jan de 2003 - 460 páginas
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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.
 

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P Charrier E OstojaKuczynski E Verron G Marckmann L Cornet G Chagnon
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N Murphy C Sprat t S Ronan S Jerrams R Johannknecht
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experimental database and macroscopic observations
41
Fatigue life prediction and verification of rubber to metal bonded springs
55
Study on the dynamic mechanical properties of aged rubbers
71
A R Azura D Goritz A H MuhrA G Thomas
85
Uniaxial and equibiaxial tension tests of silicone elastomer
99
Application of nonlinear FEA to tyre rolling resistance simulation
115
On a micromechanicallybased finite element simulation of the viscoelastic and
211
Time dependencies in the response of selforganizing linkage patterns to imposed deformation
231
efficiency and limitations
237
Modelling dilatational stress softening of rubber
253
Compressibility induced by damage in carbon black reinforced natural rubber
273
Thermodynamic analysis of polymer networks
291
Modelling inelastic stressstrain phenomena and a scheme for efficient experimental characterization
309
Network junction model for mechanical properties of filled vulcanizates
325

Finite element analysis of a rubber bushing considering rate and amplitude dependent effects
133
theory and experiment
147
Critical comparison of popular hyperelastic material models in design
161
Influence of the filler properties on the mechanical response of silica filled natural rubber
177
The effect of spatially inhomogeneous mixing of polymer and crosslinks for
195
The effect of swelling and temperature on the electrical and mechanical behaviour of a filled rubber
343
Interpretation of the high lowstrain modulus of filled rubbers as an inelastic effect
357
A Magalini D Vetturi G Ramorino A Saleri E Vigano
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A micromechanical mechanism for energy dissipation of filled rubber
387
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