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Real time simulation and testing on heat generation of rubber spring under dynamic loading

Luo, RK; Wu, WX; Mortel, WJ; (2005) Real time simulation and testing on heat generation of rubber spring under dynamic loading. Constitutive Models for Rubber IV - Proceedings of the 4th European Conference for Constitutive Models for Rubber, ECCMR 2005 523 - 527.

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Abstract

An integrated real time simulation and experiment programme has been carried out at Trelleborg Technical Centre, to ensure that any temperature rising inside an anti-vibration part will not exceed the design requirement in the accelerated fatigue tests. The advantages of real time simulation and testing will not only give maximum temperature change when an anti-vibration component reaches a steady state, but also provide the time duration for each stages of the whole process. There is a good agreement between the simulation and the test covering the different frequencies and time duration except the rising rate at the beginning. It is shown that this methodology is reliable and can be used to evaluate the temperature effects due to dynamic loading. © 2005 Taylor & Francis Group, London.

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Title:Real time simulation and testing on heat generation of rubber spring under dynamic loading
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering

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