optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems

  • optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems

    Optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems

    To extend our work, the optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems, on the thermal stability of the blends, was carried out. Two methods of thermal analysis namely thermo-oxidative ageing and thermogravimetric analysis were employed to study the knowledge of how polymers break down when heat is applied to materials during production

  • optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems

    Optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems

    Optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems on thermal stability of natural rubber/recycled ethylene–propylene–diene-monomer blends January 2014 Materials and Design 53:651-661

  • 10.1016/j.matdes.2013.06.078 | deepdyve

    10.1016/j.matdes.2013.06.078 | DeepDyve

    The blending of natural rubber/recycled ethylene–propylene–diene monomer (NR/R-EPDM) was studied previously [13,14] . However, it was focused only on the mechanical and thermal properties in various blend ratios. To extend our work, the optimisation of accelerators and vulcanising systems, on the thermal stability of the blends, was carried

  • studies on new binary accelerator systems in rubber vulcanisation

    Studies on New Binary Accelerator Systems in Rubber Vulcanisation

    Depending on the sulphur accelerator ratio the sulphur vulcanising systems can be categorised as: (a) the conventional or high sulphur vulcanisation system (CV) where sulphur is added in the range of 2-3.5 parts per hundred rubber (phr.) and the accelerator in the range 1-0.4 phr. [b] the efficient vulcanising (EV) system

  • vulcanization accelerators

    Vulcanization Accelerators

    The accelerators can be further classified as primary and secondary accelerators. The primary accelerators are typically used at 0.5 to 1.5 phr. The vulcanization speed of these system can range from slow to ultra fast depending on composition and type of accelerator.

  • vulcanization & accelerators - nocil ltd

    Vulcanization & Accelerators - Nocil Ltd

    The basic accelerators such as Guanidines, Thiurams, are used as Secondary and Dithiocarbamates etc accelerators to activate the primary accelerators. The use of secondary accelerators increases the speed of vulcanization substantially but at the expense of scorch safety. The dosages of the secondary accelerators are

  • system-level optimization of accelerator local memory

    System-Level Optimization of Accelerator Local Memory

    PILATO et al.: SYSTEM-LEVEL OPTIMIZATION OF ACCELERATOR LOCAL MEMORY FOR HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS-ON-CHIP 437 Listing 1. Synthesizable SystemC code of Debayer, an accelerator for image debayering [28]. Fig. 3. Graphical representation of the Debayer accelerator presented in Listing 1, along with associated Pareto-set implementations.

  • system-level optimization of accelerator local memory

    System-Level Optimization of Accelerator Local Memory

    The growing complexity of these systems requires the use of system-level design methodologies featuring high-level synthesis (HLS) for generating these components efficiently. Existing HLS tools, however, have limited support for the system-level optimization of memory elements, which typically occupy most of the accelerator area.

  • system-level optimization of accelerator local memory

    System-Level Optimization of Accelerator Local Memory

    In modern system-on-chip architectures, specialized accelerators are increasingly used to improve performance and energy efficiency. The growing complexity of these systems requires the use of syst...

  • vulcanization

    Vulcanization

    Vulcanization (British: Vulcanisation) refers to a range of processes for hardening rubbers. The term originally referred exclusively to the treatment of natural rubber with sulfur, which remains the most common practice; however, it has also grown to include the hardening of other (synthetic) rubbers via various means.

  • ieee design & test, vol. xx, no. xx, xxxxx 2016 1 dark memory

    IEEE DESIGN & TEST, VOL. XX, NO. XX, XXXXX 2016 1 Dark Memory

    accelerators, and on-chip memory/interconnect. These Pareto curves allow us to solve the power, performance, area constrained optimization problem to determine which accelerators should be used, and how to set their design parameters to optimize the system. It also shows that memory accesses create a floor to the achievable energy-per-op.

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    China Rubber Antiscorching Agent Manufacturers, Suppliers

    XUANNUO is one of the most professional rubber antiscorching agent, rubber adhesive manufacturers and suppliers in China. Welcome to buy bulk high quality chemical products at competitive price from our factory.

  • a review of the processes, parameters, and optimization

    A Review of the Processes, Parameters, and Optimization

    Anaerobic digestion is a technology that has been used by humans for centuries. Anaerobic digestion is considered to be a useful tool that can generate renewable energy and significant research interest has arisen recently. The underlying theory of anaerobic digestion has been established for decades; however, a great deal of current research is directed towards the optimization of anaerobic