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Rubber Processing: An Introduction. (Books).

Rubber Processing: An Introduction. By Peter S. Johnson. 147 pages. Price, $69. Hanser Gardner Publications, Cincinnati, OH (2001).

This book deals with all aspects of rubber processing, including mixing, milling, calendering, extrusion and molding, and also testing and specification of raw materials, mixed compounds and end products. It also covers the importance of flow behavior (rheology) in rubber processing and combines basic theory with its application in practice. This book is intended both for newcomers to the rubber industry who want an overview of rubber processing, and for those who have regular involvement with some aspect of rubber processing, whether as suppliers to the industry, as processors, or as end-product users.
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