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Experimental Tensile Strength Analysis of Different Manufacturer Oring

Author(s) Prof.V.S.Jakukore, Prof.Shinde M Sachin, Prof Nileema S Banale
Country India
Abstract Importance and Purpose of Tensile Testing on ORings The tensile test on rings and especially on O-rings is primarily carried out for quality assurance reasons. The tensile test provides information about the formulation quality (evaluation of the absolute values, strength of the material, and determination of formulation changes). For example, it is not possible to detect an exchange of the polymer of compounds with different molecular weights and/or a different molecular weight distribution (e.g. highviscosity press mix by low-viscosity spray mix) by infrared spectroscopy (IR), but only by tensile testing and possibly by long-term compression set tests. Furthermore, the tensile test provides information on subsequent changes compared to the prototype condition. The Influence of Processing In the case of some O-rings, due to poor processing, it is not the strength value of the material that is determined, but the lower strength of the joining line (= confluence point of the rubber compound in the production of the O-ring in the injection mold) at which the O-ring tears. This problem depends on the material (e.g. certain acrylate rubbers), the tool and the process parameters. The joining line can usually be detected in advance by a visual and strain test or by relatively large scatter in a tensile test. Typical for the scatter in tensile tests of O-rings are 5-10%-points standard deviation related to the mean value of the elongation at break or the tensile strength. An important characteristic of good processing is the achievement of the optimum degree of vulcanization. However, there is no generally valid optimum, but this must be determined depending on the intended application of the elastomeric component. If, for example, the tear resistance is the most important material parameter for the finished product, a different degree of crosslinking or a different cross linking density must be aimed for than if, for example, a low
Keywords O ring,Test ring
Field Engineering
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-17
Cite This Experimental Tensile Strength Analysis of Different Manufacturer Oring - Prof.V.S.Jakukore, Prof.Shinde M Sachin, Prof Nileema S Banale - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.20250
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