# Constitutive Models for Rubber IV

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# Constitutive Models for Rubber IV

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The unique properties of elastomeric materials offer numerous advantages in many engineering applications. Elastomeric units are used as couplings or mountings between rigid components, for example in shock absorbers, vibration insulators, flexible joints, seals and suspensions, etc. However, the complicated nature of the behaviour of such material makes it difficult to accurately predict the performance of these units using finite element modelling, for example. It is imperative that constitutive models accurately capture relevant aspects of mechanical behaviour. The latest developments concerning constitutive modelling of rubber is collected in these Proceedings. Topics included in this volume are, Hyperelastic models, Strength, fracture & fatigue, Dynamic properties & the Fletcher-Gent effect, Micro-mechanical & statistical approaches, Stress softening, iscoelasticity, Filler reinforcement, and Tyres, fibre & cord reinforced rubber.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part |152 pages

Strength, fracture and fatigue

chapter |6 pages

#### A local criterion for fatigue crack initiation on chloroprene rubber

chapter |6 pages

#### Hysteresis area calculated from a dynamic material model

chapter |6 pages

#### Micro-mechanism of fatigue crack growth

part |60 pages

Micro-mechanical and statistical approaches

chapter |10 pages

#### Computational testing and modelling of polymers and soft tissue using chain statistics

chapter |6 pages

#### Simulation of filled polymer networks with reference to the Mullins effect

chapter |8 pages

#### Modeling of stress softening and filler induced hysteresis of elastomer materials

chapter |6 pages

#### Simulation of inelastic rubber material using a force field based FE approach

chapter |6 pages

#### Constitutive equation for rubber elasticity with the change in internal energy and entropy

chapter |6 pages

#### A statistical approach for a hyper-visco-elasto-plastic model for a filled elastomer

chapter |6 pages

#### Modelling of the mechanical behaviour of a filled elastomer with a self-consistent homogenization technique

chapter |6 pages

#### Use of the full-network model at the highlight of the logarithmic strain measure

chapter |4 pages

#### Detection of load-bearing strands in cross-linked rubbers from strain dependence of elastomer viscoelasticity

part |70 pages

Stress softening

chapter |8 pages

#### A microâ€“macro approach to rubbery polymers incorporating anisotropic evolution of Mullinsâ€“type damage

chapter |6 pages

#### ABAQUS implementation and simulation results of the MORPH constitutive model

chapter |6 pages

#### A mixed physical-phenomenological approach for the Mullins effect

chapter |8 pages

#### Influence of Mullins effect on local strains and stresses in structures â€“ Numerical analysis

chapter |6 pages

#### Material directional based constitutive law for Mullins induced anisotropy

chapter |8 pages

#### Application and comparison of constitutive models for description of rubber-like materials under cyclic loading

chapter |6 pages

#### Thermodynamics modeling of viscous and non viscous hysteresis of filled rubber

chapter |6 pages

#### On the constitution of filled rubber components and utilisation in nonlinear finite element analysis

part |50 pages

Dynamic properties and the Fletcher-Gent effect

chapter |6 pages

#### Approximate viscoelastic FE-procedures in frequency and time domain to account for the Fletcher-Gent effect

chapter |6 pages

#### An effective engineering formula for torsion stiffness of rubber bush including amplitude dependence

chapter |8 pages

#### Dynamic stress-strain behavior of filled natural rubber under combined axial and shear straining

part |40 pages

Viscoelasticity

chapter |6 pages

#### Parameter identification for parallel hyperelastic â€“ viscoelastic â€“ elastoplastic models with damage for elastomeric materials and numerical example

chapter |8 pages

#### Calibration of a nonlinear viscoelasticity model with sensitivity assessment

chapter |8 pages

#### Constitutive characterisation of rubber blends by means of genetic algorithms

chapter |4 pages

#### Choice of appropriate constitutive equations in modelling of injection moulding of rubber

part |69 pages

Hyperelastic models

chapter |6 pages

#### Efficiency of hyperelastic models for rubber-like materials

chapter |6 pages

#### Hyperelastic limiting chain extensibility constitutive models for rubber: A brief review

chapter |6 pages

#### Model reduction method for composites structures with elastomeric matrix

chapter |6 pages

#### Hyperelastic finite element procedures based upon logarithmic strain measures

chapter |6 pages

#### New constitutive equation for unfilled rubbers based on maximum chain extensibility approach

chapter |6 pages

#### Strains in compression and inflation of rubber

chapter |6 pages

#### Influence of rubber parameters on the calculation of nip pressure profile in paper coating

chapter |4 pages

#### Prediction of the twisting moment and the axial force in a circular rubber cylinder for combined extension and torsion based on the logarithmic strain approach

chapter |5 pages

#### Choosing constitutive models for elastomers used in printing processes

chapter |6 pages

#### Mechanical characterisation and modelling of elastomers based on chemical composition

part |6 pages

Ageing

chapter |4 pages

#### Creep prognosis for elastomeric parts through accelerated tests

part |8 pages

Rheology and processing

part |21 pages

Filler reinforcement

chapter |7 pages

#### Investigation of interfacial slippage on filler reinforcement in carbon-black filled elastomers

chapter |6 pages

#### Inelasticity of hard-phase reinforced elastomers: A study of copolyurethanes with varying hard and soft segments

chapter |6 pages

#### An introduction to the terminology used in the carbon black industry

part |30 pages

Noise, vibration and shock applications

chapter |8 pages

#### Dynamic stiffness prediction of filled rubber mounts: Comparison between a fractional derivative viscoelastic-elastoplastic model and a simplified procedure

part |14 pages

Lubrication and friction

part |8 pages

Thermal properties

part |28 pages

Magneto and electro-sensitive rubbers

part |34 pages

Tyres, fiber and cord reinforced rubber

part |14 pages

Foams and compressible elastomers

part |22 pages

Mechanisms of biopolymers, bio mechanical applications