Accession Number : AD0437601


Title :   MATERIAL - SEALANT, SYNTHETIC ELASTOMER - EVALUATION OF SELECTED PROPERTIES OF PR-9422 AND EC-1610,


Corporate Author : GENERAL DYNAMICS/FORT WORTH TEX


Personal Author(s) : Warren,J M


Report Date : 15 Apr 1964


Pagination or Media Count : 12


Abstract : A comparison of results obtained from tests conducted on the four sealants show that the JRF is more severe in its effects than the Type III Test Fluid. All sealants tested sponged after being immersed in JRF or Type III for 72 hours at 140 F, followed by heating to 275 F in air. The sponging was more severe after the JRF immersion than after the same immersion conditions in Type III fluid. Tensile and elongation tests on the sealants after immersion in the two test fluids showed similar results, the JRF being the more severe of the two test fluids. (Author)


Descriptors :   *FUEL TANKS , ELASTOMERS , SEALING COMPOUNDS , HEAT , DEFORMATION , VISCOSITY , HARDNESS , ADHESION , CORROSION , ALUMINUM , SEA WATER


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