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Anomalous deformation properties of carbon-black filled rubbers at low elongations

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The behavior of carbon-black filled rubber based on SKMS-30 ARKM-15 during its extension at a constant rate has been studied. It has been established that under extension to a deformation of the order of 1% the first cycle stress-deformation dependence is located below the second cycle dependence; the rise in stiffness (antithixotropy) is explained by an orientation of the carbon-black structures upon extension.

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Scientific-Research Institute of the Rubber Industry, Moscow. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 1, pp. 166–167, January–February, 1974.

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Kucherskii, A.M., Bartenev, G.M. Anomalous deformation properties of carbon-black filled rubbers at low elongations. Polymer Mechanics 10, 139–141 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00856438

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  • Rubber
  • Deformation Property
  • Cycle Dependence
  • Anomalous Deformation