# Constitutive Models for Rubber XI

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Constitutive Models for Rubber XI book

# Constitutive Models for Rubber XI

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**Constitutive Models for Rubber XI **is a comprehensive compilation of both the oral and poster contributions to the European Conference on Constitutive Models for Rubber. This 11^{th} edition, held in Nantes (France) 25-27^{th} June 2019, is the occasion to celebrate the 20^{th} anniversary of the ECCMR series. Around 100 contributions reflect the state-of-the-art in the mechanics of elastomers. They cover the fields of:

- Material testing
- Constitutive modelling and finite element implementation
- Micromechanical aspects, and
- Durability (failure, fatigue and ageing)

**Constitutive Models for Rubber XI** is of interest for developers and researchers involved in the rubber processing and CAE software industries, as well as for academics in nearly all disciplines of elastomer mechanics and technology.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part |2 pages

Keynote lectures

chapter |5 pages

#### Current challenges in rubber modeling: Filler flocculation kinetics and self-healing network properties

part |2 pages

Strain-induced crystallization

chapter |5 pages

#### An X-ray study of strain-induced crystallization in W-polychloroprene

chapter |4 pages

#### Orientation of crystallites in natural rubber under different modes of load

chapter |6 pages

#### Strain-induced crystallization in natural rubber: The Flory theory revisited

chapter |6 pages

#### Thermo-micromechanics of strain-induced crystallization

chapter |6 pages

#### Constitutive modelling of strain-induced crystallisation in rubber

chapter |6 pages

#### Constitutive model and structural representation of time- and temperature-dependent strain-induced crystallization in rubber

chapter |5 pages

#### Stretch-induced crystallization in rubbers: Model formulation and verification

chapter |5 pages

#### Investigating strain-induced crystallization through fatigue striations in filled NR

chapter |5 pages

#### A comparison between X-ray diffraction and quantitative calorimetry to evaluate the strain-induced crystallinity in natural rubber

part |2 pages

Microstructural investigations

chapter |5 pages

#### Nanomechanics on thermo-mechanical process of rubber-like materials

chapter |7 pages

#### Non-linear multi-scale modeling of 3D-spacer-rubber composites

chapter |5 pages

#### Methodology for 3D characterization of microstructural defects in filled polymer using X-ray Tomography

chapter |5 pages

#### A micromechanical model of filled elastomers based on reptation theory

chapter |5 pages

#### Cavitation damage in tire rubber materials

chapter |6 pages

#### A physically motivated model for inelastic response of double network hydrogels

chapter |6 pages

#### Predicting rubber compound properties by using a micro-structural simulation program

chapter |5 pages

#### Effect of bis[3-(triethoxysilyl)propyl] tetrasulfide, polyethylene glycol and polypropylene glycol on the behavior of silica filled rubber compounds based on natural rubber

part |2 pages

Special elastomers

chapter |5 pages

#### The study of deformable discontinuous carbon coating of elastic polyurethane surface

chapter |6 pages

#### Modelization of the coupled behavior of a magnetically hard magnetorheological elastomer

chapter |5 pages

#### Compressive quasi-static and dynamic piezoresistive behavior of carbon black and carbon nanotubes elastomer composites: Experimental study

chapter |5 pages

#### Evaluation of the elastic properties of randomly-oriented electrospun nanofibrous polyurethane thermoplastic elastomer membranes

chapter |7 pages

#### Experimental and numerical research of dynamic mechanical properties of magneto-sensitive elastomeric composites

part |2 pages

Experimental methods

chapter |4 pages

#### Recent progress in the energy characterization of the mechanical behaviour of rubbers

chapter |6 pages

#### A new calibration methodology for thermo-elastic deformation and failure of rubber-like materials

chapter |6 pages

#### Heat build-up characterization under realistic load

chapter |6 pages

#### Sensitivity based virtual fields for identifying hyperelastic constitutive parameters

chapter |4 pages

#### Effect of pressure cycling on decompression failure in EPDM exposed to high-pressure hydrogen

chapter |6 pages

#### Advanced experimental investigation of rubber indentation during sliding friction

chapter |4 pages

#### Characterizing the viscoelastic behavior of an elastomer adhesive while considering the influence of the curing process

chapter |5 pages

#### Hyperelastic model identification from heat source fields

chapter |6 pages

#### General studies of hysteresis and adhesion friction using tire tread compounds on rough surfaces

chapter |6 pages

#### Hydrostatic pressure effect on the non-linear mechanics of filled rubbers: Experiments and physico-mechanical approach

chapter |6 pages

#### Influence of various curing systems and carbon black content on the bulk modulus of EPDM rubber

chapter |5 pages

#### Investigation of the identifiability of elastomer mechanical properties by nano-indentation and shape-manifold approach

chapter |7 pages

#### Equibiaxial tension testing of rubber on a universal tension-testing machine

chapter |5 pages

#### Inverse identification of hyperelastic parameters by metaheuristic optimization algorithm

chapter |7 pages

#### Alternative Approaches of Identifications: Asymmetrical Bi-parabolic Target Functions and Perpendicular Distances

chapter |7 pages

#### Assessment of data-driven computational mechanics in finite strain elasticity

part |2 pages

Constitutive models

chapter |6 pages

#### A comparative study on hyperelastic constitutive models on rubber: State of the art after 2006

chapter |4 pages

#### Non-affine microsphere model with damage for rubberlike materials

chapter |6 pages

#### Validation of a hyperelastic modelling approach for cellular rubber

chapter |6 pages

#### A constitutive model for rubber bearings subjected to combined compression and shear

chapter |6 pages

#### Efficient modeling of inelastic effects in filled rubber using load dependent relaxation times

chapter |6 pages

#### Extending the visco-frictional branched modeling of filled rubbers to include coupling effects between rate and amplitude dependence

chapter |6 pages

#### A strain-energy function to model low and high strain non-linearities in highly filled elastomers

chapter |3 pages

#### A constitutive law based on a dynamic strain amplitude dependent spectrum to model the Payne effect

chapter |6 pages

#### A constitutive model for rubbers providing temperature dependent behavior and self-heating

chapter |6 pages

#### A thermo-mechanical material model for unvulcanised rubber and curing simulation

chapter |6 pages

#### Thermoviscoelastic modelling of elastomer components in industrial applications

chapter |5 pages

#### Hyperelastic modelling of polypropylene foam under complex loadings

chapter |6 pages

#### Development of a new constitutive model for thermoplastic copolyester materials

chapter |6 pages

#### Reliability of the Data-Driven Identification algorithm with respect to incomplete input data

chapter |5 pages

#### Abaqus implementation of a thermodynamically consistent constitutive model for non-linear response of compressible filled rubbers used in green tyres and rolling simulation

chapter |7 pages

#### Mullins softening in pneumatic artificial muscles: Analytical solution and 3D application of the network alteration theories

chapter |6 pages

#### The implications of constitutive model selection in hyperelastic parameter identification

chapter |6 pages

#### Nonlinear Compressible Finite Viscoleasticity of Epoxy-Based Polymers

chapter |8 pages

#### Isogeometric analysis for the numerical simulation of rubber structures

part |2 pages

Fatigue

chapter |6 pages

#### Why cutting strength is an indicator of fatigue threshold

chapter |6 pages

#### Influence of defects size on the fatigue properties of an industrial EPDM

chapter |5 pages

#### Energy based characterization of fracture and fatigue behaviour of rubber in complex loading conditions

chapter |6 pages

#### Fatigue crack initiation around inclusions for a carbon black filled natural rubber: an analysis based on micro-tomography

chapter |5 pages

#### Fatigue of filled rubber due to hysteretic heating

chapter |6 pages

#### Modelling of the heat build-up temperature and damage fields in bulk filled-rubber samples during fatigue

chapter |5 pages

#### Effects of the temperature on the fatigue lifetime reinforcement of a filled NR

chapter |5 pages

#### Crack propagation behaviour of polyurethane thermoplastic elastomers in cyclic fatigue

chapter |4 pages

#### Characteristic crack deviation during fatigue loading in natural rubber

chapter |5 pages

#### Influence of the tensile preload variation on the lifetime prediction of technical materials

chapter |4 pages

#### Miner-Bayes approach to filled elastomer fatigue testing

chapter |5 pages

#### Fatigue phase-field damage modeling of rubber

chapter |4 pages

#### New proposal using a new mechanical shape factor to explain crack growth resistance

chapter |6 pages

#### Multiaxial fatigue under complex non-relaxing loads

chapter |6 pages

#### Fatigue crack growth behavior of filled SBR compounds: Influences of several parameters and of the loading scenario

chapter |6 pages

#### Fatigue behavior evaluation using instrumented indentation

chapter |4 pages

#### Finitely scoped procedure for generating fully relaxing strain-life curves

chapter |6 pages

#### Carbon black grade influence on strain controlled fatigue life of natural rubber

chapter |6 pages

#### Modeling of the thermomechanical behavior of polychloroprene and natural rubbers during fatigue tests from infrared measurements

part |2 pages

Industrial applications

chapter |5 pages

#### Performance and safety expectations from helicopters towards elastomers

chapter |6 pages

#### Improvement in FEA prediction of tire performance by incorporating variable friction between tire and road

chapter |6 pages

#### Mechanical behaviour of elastomer and damages under high hydrostatic pressure: Sealing application

chapter |6 pages

#### Dissipation in hysteretic rubber mount models

chapter |5 pages

#### Dynamic impact predictions in time domain with experimental verification for rubber antivibration components using NFR (Natural Frequency Region) concept

chapter |4 pages

#### Influence of production process to product performance

chapter |4 pages

#### Application of rubber friction to FEA models of rubber sealing

chapter |5 pages

#### Thermal control and energy balance in polymer processing

part |2 pages

Failure

chapter |7 pages

#### Modeling dynamic fracture in rubberlike materials

chapter |4 pages

#### Dynamic crack growth in elastomers: Experimental energetic analysis

chapter |6 pages

#### Fracture behavior of carbon black filled natural rubber: Effect of temperature, strain rate and strain induced softening

chapter |5 pages

#### Impact of strain-induced softening on the fracture of a carbon-black filled styrene butadiene rubber

part |2 pages

Ageing