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Hydrostatic Creep Data for Rubber

Hydrostatic Creep Data for Rubber

Hydrostatic Creep Data for Rubber

I am striking out on a search for my subject. NASA's Maptis, MatWeb, Google Scholar, and the ASM Handbooks, among other sources I've tried, have not zeroed in on this. Any suggestions? Thanks.

RE: Hydrostatic Creep Data for Rubber

Please don't double post.

RE: Hydrostatic Creep Data for Rubber

The engineers at the Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre might be able to help in your quest.

RE: Hydrostatic Creep Data for Rubber

btrueblood: Double post was inadvertent. I did the first one before I say\w a forum dedicated to rubber. Will be more careful in future. Thanks for your help.

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