Accession Number : ADA180207
Title : Elastomers and Rubber Technology: Proceedings of the Sagamore Conference (32nd) Held in Lake Luzerne, New York on 22-26 July 1985
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : ARMY LAB COMMAND WATERTOWN MA MATERIALTECHNOLOGY LAB
Personal Author(s) : Singler, Robert E ; Byrne, Catherine A
Report Date : 26 Jul 1985
Pagination or Media Count : 573
Abstract : The U.S. Army Materials Technology Laboratory has been conducting the annual Sagamore Army Materials Research Conferences sine 1954. The specific purpose of these conferences has been to bring together scientists and engineers form academic institutions, industry, and the Government to explore in depth a subject of importance of the Department of Defense, the Army, and the scientific community. The 32nd Sagamore Conference, titled 'Elastomers and Rubber Technology' has attempted to focus on major Army requirements for elastomers, including improved tank track rubber durability and chemical defense applications. Exploratory polymer synthesis, characterization, elastomeric networks, polymer blends, new commercial developments, tearing and fracture of rubber, dynamic mechanical properties, mathematical modeling, laboratory and field degradation studies, were studies, were discussed at the meeting. This volume provides an important summary for researchers and technologists interested in fundamental aspects of elastomer science, and in elastomers for military applications.
Descriptors : *ELASTOMERS , *RUBBER , MATHEMATICAL MODELS , MECHANICAL PROPERTIES , DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE , MILITARY REQUIREMENTS , INDUSTRIES , DEFENSE SYSTEMS , DEGRADATION , NETWORKS , DYNAMICS , MATERIALS , POLYMERS , SYNTHESIS(CHEMISTRY) , FRACTURE(MECHANICS) , MIXTURES , ARMY EQUIPMENT , CHEMICAL WARFARE , MILITARY APPLICATIONS , UNIVERSITIES , ARMY , SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATIONS
Subject Categories : Elastomers and Rubber
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE