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Want to learn more about HNBR

Want to learn more about HNBR

I want to learn more about rubber and especially HNBR. More specific, I want to learn the following;
- FEA of elastomers
- friction coefficients
- temperature degradation when exposed to elevated temperature
- material models
- non-linear behaviour
- effects of mechanical properties, and the relations between them
- which mechanical properties affect others? (compromises)
Does anyone have tips to litterature on the subject, or where to begin?

RE: Want to learn more about HNBR

There's a Rubber Engineering Forum . . .

RE: Want to learn more about HNBR

Rather than asking to be spoon fed, try a Google search.

RE: Want to learn more about HNBR

I'm a bit at a loss as well. The subjects you describe would probably fill out a graduate degree program.

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