612 pages | 264 B/W Illus.
Rubber Compounding: Chemistry and Applications describes the production, processing, and characteristics of a wide range of materials utilized in the modern tire and rubber industry, from natural to butyl rubber, carbon black, silica, silanes, and beyond.Containing contributions from leading specialists in the field, the text investigates the chemistry and modification of raw materials, elastomers, and material compounds for the optimal formulation and engineering of new rubber products.
This Second Edition of the bestselling first:
Rubber Compounding: Chemistry and Applications, Second Edition supplies the industrial compounder, teacher, or other academic scientist with basic information on materials used in the rubber industry. In addition, the book addresses a gap in the body of literature available to the chemists in industry and academia.
"… presents an elementary as well as developing research idea of the principles of Rubber Compounding: Chemistry and Application. … contains more than enough material … emphasis has been placed on physical understanding while, at the same time, relying on meaningful experimental data. … very unique and helpful to understand industrial application and problems related to product."
—Dr. Gautam Sarkhel, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, BIT, Mesra, Ranchi, India
"… Each chapter is written by well-known specialists highly qualified in their respective areas of rubber technology. Their expertise shows in precise guidelines for the practical compounding of different categories of rubber compounds. I am convinced that this book gives newcomers as well as rubber experts valuable insights in the fascinating material "rubber"."
—Prof. Dr. Anke Blume, University of Twente
"Rodgers (technology adviser at ExxonMobil Chemical, Shanghai Technical Center, China) edits this update to the first edition (CH, Feb'05, 42-3434). The second edition is a collection of chapters by contributors from the rubber and rubber-related industries. Chapter topics include the fundamental chemistry of natural rubber, the chemistry of production, and the elaboration of many synthetic elastomers. Other subjects are the various additives that strengthen rubber, change the physical properties of rubber, and increase rubber’s resistance to oxidation. The final chapters cover recycling, industrial uses, and tire technology. Though the assumed background levels of intended readers vary considerably among chapters, any chemist with an understanding of organic chemistry and some acquaintance with polymer chemistry can glean a significant amount of information from this book. The work includes helpful illustrations, graphs, and reaction schemes. Each chapter has comprehensive references, and the book is fully indexed."
—CHOICE, December 2016
Praise for the Previous Edition
"[T]he book is full of information and useful for any practitioner. It includes much implicit material [about how] external influences are changing the structure of tires. … This aspect makes the book useful also for academics. Summing Up: Recommended."
—CHOICE, Feb. 2005
"… a gold mine of information for anyone involved in making elastomeric products of any type."
—Polymer News, 2005, Vol. 30
Natural Rubber and Other Naturally Occurring Compounding Materials
Sudhin Datta and Syamal S. Tallury
Walter H. Waddell and Andy H. Tsou
Thermoplastic Elastomers: Fundamentals
Wesley A. Wampler, Leszek Nikiel, and Erika N. Evans
Silica and Silanes
Anke Blume, Louis Gatti, Hans-Detlef Luginsland, Dominik Maschke, Ralph Moser, J.C. Nian, Caren Röben, and André Wehmeier
Harry G. Moneypenny, Karl-Hans Menting, and F. Michael Gragg
James E. Duddey
Antioxidants and Other Protectant Systems
Frederick Ignatz Hoover and Byron To
Recycling of Rubber
Brendan Rodgers and Bernard D’Cruz
Industrial Rubber Products
Brendan Rodgers and Bernard D’Cruz