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Engineering with Rubber

 Engineering with Rubber

Engineering with Rubber


The two former editions of “Engineering with rubber” have served as handbooks and teaching texts in a rather specialized branch of materials science and engineering – the design, testing and use of engineered products incorporating rubber – for two generations of students, engineers and scientists who have encountered this unusual and fascinating branch of engineering technology. 

During this period, applications of rubber in engineering have increased significantly, notably in seals (for example in oil wells and transmission lines) and in flexible mountings to protect buildings against earthquake shocks. However, the second edition of the book has become out-of-print, and some of the material in it, particularly the references, has become out-dated.

This third edition includes revised versions of most of the previous chapters and also contains a new chapter reviewing recent developments in the use of finite-element programs, an important advance in methods of designing rubber products. We hope that the book will continue to help scientists and engineers as they study and apply the basic principles governing the use of rubber components in engineering applications.


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