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Developments in Rubber and Rubber Composites, vol. 2.

Developments in rubber and rubber composites, 2.

Edited by Colin W. Evans. Elsevier Science Publishing, New York, NY (1983).

This volume presents reviews on topics of current industrial interest in the field of rubber and rubber composites. Both natural and synthetic rubbers are discussed and each chapter is written by a specialist in the area. Particular products of the rubber and associated industries are described and the latest developments discussed. Specific areas include cables, footwear, sports goods and the latex and allied industries. A review chapter on the first volume is included on the theme of miscellaneous and unusual applications of rubber and rubber-like materials. Recent developments in mixing machines and rubber processing are discussed in detail. Chapters are included on compound mixing and processing problems, short fiber reinforced elastomeric composite materials, and hazards and health and safety considerations in rubber processing.
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Publication:Rubber World
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Date:May 1, 1990
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