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The Theory & Practice of Developing Rubber Products with Good Fatigue Life
6 October 2016, Star Hydraulics, Tewkesbury
The aim of the course is to give those who design, make and use rubber products an understanding of underlying principles about the ways the materials deform and factors that affect fatigue life. The course will explain the structure of rubbers and how the different parts of the mixture can affect the fatigue life. The effect of different types of loading such as the effect of minimum strain and the differences between uniaxial and biaxial loading will be discussed for different types of rubbers.
The course will be led By Dave Boast FIMechE of DB Engineering. Dave has over 35 years of experience of a wide range of elastomer products in many industries in demanding applications.
For full information please visit our website where you will find the full brochure and registration form:
For further information, please contact :
Engineering Integrity Society
Tel: 01572-811315 - Sara Atkin
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