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|Title:||Trans-polyoctenylene as a processing aid for rubber. Influence on energy consumption and properties of rubber compounds|
|Authors:||Lau, Wayne W.Y. |
|Source:||Lau, Wayne W.Y.,Swee-Hin, Teoh,Suat-Hong, Goh (1991). Trans-polyoctenylene as a processing aid for rubber. Influence on energy consumption and properties of rubber compounds. Polymer International 24 (2) : 95-98. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||trans-Polyoctenylene rubber, TOR, was melt blended with different types of rubber in various proportions in a Brabender Plasti-corder. Energy consumption in mixing the blends indicated that TOR is an effective processing aid for a variety of rubber and inclusion of TOR in a blend can result in significant saving of energy. TOR of lower molecular weight (e.g. Vestenamer 8012) performs significantly better than TOR of higher molecular weight (e.g. Vestenamer 6213), both as a processing aid and as a dimension stabilizer.|
|Source Title:||Polymer International|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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