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197th Technical Meeting Conference RecordingsContains 13 Component(s)
A Selection of Presentations from the 197th Technical Meeting, Rubber Division, ACS
The following presentations from the Rubber Division, ACS, 197th Technical Meeting, are now available.
New Reinforcing Materials for Rubber
- Novel Crosslinking Strategies Toward Strengthened and Malleable Rubbers - Baochun Guo, South China University of Technology
- Preparation and Properties of Natural Rubber with Nanodiamond Nanomatrix Structure - Seiichi Kawahara, Nagaoka University of Technology
- Micro- Vs. Macro- Dispersion: Payne Effect as Indirect Micro-Dispersion Measurement for Silica-Reinforced Elastomer Compounds - Ayush Kharel, University of Twente
- Joint Hybridization of Secondary Fillers and Secondary Polymers Towards Improved Silica-Reinforced NR Tire Tread Compounds - Wisut Kaewsakul, University of Twente
- Numerical Leak Prediction of Elastomeric Seals - Travis Hohenberger, Queen Mary University of London
- Intrinsic Strength and Tearing Behavior of Tread Rubber Compounds - Nihat A. Isitman, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
- Polymer Tack and Interfacial Crack Mechanics - Xiaorong Wang, School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Institute for Advanced Study, Tongji University, Shanghai
3D Printing with Elastomers
- Additive Manufacturing of Elastomers (AME, Rubber 3D) - Lion Sundermann, German Institute of Rubber Technology e.V.
- Breakthroughs in 3D printing - Matthew White, American Additive Manufacturing
Sustainability Developments in the Tire Industry
- Sustainable Rubbers from Renewable Biomass - Anil Bhowmick, The University of Houston
- Technical Approaches for the Continuous Devulcanization of ELT Material - Mathias Zabel, KraussMaffei Extrusion GmbH
- Flow and Aging of Silicone Rubber for Fuel Cell Sealing Applications - Anita Luong, University of Michigan
- Characterisation of Friction Behaviour for Dynamic O-ring Seals During Cyclic Testing Under Extreme Pressure and Temperature Conditions - Eduardo Yanes, Queen Mary University of London
University of Houston
Professor Anil K. Bhowmick is currently a Research Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Houston and a former Professor of Eminence at IIT Kharagpur. He was previously associated with the University of Akron, Ohio, USA, London School of Polymer Technology, London and Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. His main research interests are: Sustainable Materials, Nanocomposites, Thermoplastic Elastomers and Polymer blends, Polymer modification, Rubber Technology, Failure and Degradation of Polymers, Adhesion and Adhesives.
Head of Department of Polymer Materials and Engineering, South China University of Technology
Baochun Guo obtained his PhD degree in 2001 at South China University of Technology (SCUT), the birthplace of rubber discipline in China. His current research involves hierarchical design of rubbers and rubber composites, development and applications of high-performance and functional elastomers.
Queen Mary University of London
After graduating from University of Oklahoma with an MSc in 2007, Hohenberger worked for Schlumberger, Ltd. from 2006 to 2017 designing downhole oilfield equipment. He is currently pursuing a PhD studying leak prediction in high pressure seals.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Dr. Nihat Isitman has held a variety of scientist positions in Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company's two innovation centers, Luxembourg and Akron, OH. He worked as a technical leader of fundamental technology projects as well as application development programs for winter, all-season and light truck tire compound technologies. Dr. Isitman`s current research interests are viscoelastic properties, tribological performance and durability of tire rubber compounds. He holds 14 US and European patents and has co-authored over 60 publications in journals and conferences on properties of plastics and rubber. Dr. Isitman holds a PhD degree in Materials Engineering with specialization on Polymer Nanocomposites from the Middle East Technical University in Turkey.
Assistant Professor of Elastomer Technology and Engineering, University of Twente
Department of Mechanics of Solids, Surfaces and Systems (MS3), University of Twente, The Netherlands
Nagaoka University of Technology
An expert on natural rubber science and technology, Professor Seiichi Kawahara has spent the last two decades investigating a relationship between structure and properties of natural rubber. He received his doctorate in Engineering from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology in 1992 and joined the rubber research group of Prof. Alan Gent and Prof. Gray Hamed at Akron University in 1996-1997 as a visiting scientist. Currently, he is professor at Nagaoka university of Technology. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including received the Science and Technology Award in 2015 from the Society of Rubber Science and Technology, Japan, and the Sparks-Thomas Award in 2014 from the Rubber Division of the American Chemical Society, USA.
University of Twente
Department of Mechanics of Solids, Surfaces and Systems, University of Twente, The Netherlands
University of Michigan
Anita Luong is pursuing a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at University of Michigan while working as a Materials Engineer in the Fuel Cell Group at General Motors. Her research focuses on the degradation of sealing materials in automotive fuel cell environments.
German Institute of Rubber Technology / Deutsches Institut für Kautschuktechnologie e. V.
Sunderman received his M.Sc. Chemistry in 2019 at Leibniz University of Hanover, Germany and is currently a PhD Student in the Processing department of DIK.
Professor Tongji University, Shanghai
Dr. Xiaorong Wang is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Chemical Science and Engineering and Institute for Advanced Study at Tongji University in Shanghai. Dr. Wang earned his Ph.D. in the Chemical Engineering and Materials Science in 1994 from Syracuse University and worked as a Research Associate at Princeton University. He joined Bridgestone/Firestone Americas in 1995 and worked in rubber industry for many years. In 2013 Dr. Wang joined Tongji University as a professor and renewed his research on living polymerization, complex fluids, reinforcement, micro-phase engineering, rolling resistance and traction.
Application/Sales Engineer, American Additive Manufacturing
Queen Mary University of London
Product Manager; KraussMaffei Extrusion
Dr. Zabel studied of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering at the University of Hanover and received his PhD on the subject of "Cellulose fibres as reinforcing filler in rubber". He is currently a Product Manager at KraussMaffei Extrusion.
Basic Rubber Technology CourseContains 26 Component(s)
Recommended for people with little or no prior technical rubber industry background whose daily work now is connected with the rubber industry.
WHAT IS THIS COURSE LIKE?
Once you register and purchase the course, we will email your copy of the textbook to you.
After you receive your online textbook, you should then read each chapter before taking the test.
ALL tests are taken online and graded instantly, so you know what you understood or need to study more.
People with little or no prior technical rubber industry background whose daily work now is connected with the rubber industry.
Basic Elastomer Technology, edited by Drs. K. C. Baranwal and H. L. Stephens
- Introduction to Polymer Science
- The Compounding and Vulcanization of Rubber
- Fillers: Carbon Black and Nonblack
- Processing and Vulcanized Tests
- Physical Testing of Vulcanizates
- Natural Rubber
- Styrene-Butadiene Rubbers and much more!
$385 Members; $485 Non-members
*Companies will receive a 10% discount on 10 or more online courses purchased at the same time. You may purchase all three online courses at the same time for one employee as well.
Impact of COVID-19Contains 1 Component(s)
What impact will the Coronavirus (COVID-19) have on our industry?
Did you miss our free webinar on Wednesday, April 1st?
Dr. Mahesh Srinivasan, Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management and Director of the Institute of Global Business in the College of Business Administration at The University of Akron, reviewed potential economic, logistic and sourcing impacts we may see and experience. View the recording of his presentation and learn what impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) will have on our industry and how to best position your company for these potential impacts.
For anyone who may have attended the webinar, we thank you for your patience and understanding of the intermittent sound issues we experienced. We wanted to ensure you didn’t miss anything, so Dr. Srinivasan graciously rerecorded the presentation, including addressing questions presented during the webinar.
Brought to you in partnership by: Rubber Division, ACS and ACE Products & Consulting
Dr. Mahesh Srinivasan
Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management and Director of the Institute of Global Business in the College of Business Administration at The University of Akron
Dr. Mahesh Srinivasan is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Operations
Management and Director of the Institute of Global Business in the College of Business
Administration at The University of Akron, Ohio. He has a Ph.D. in Supply Chain
Management and a master’s degree in Business Logistics from The Pennsylvania State
University and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of
Pune, India. Dr. Srinivasan’s interests are in the areas of Supply Chain and Operations
Management, including global supply chains, supply chain risk management and supply
His research articles have appeared in many prestigious peer review journals, including
the Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Production
Economics, Transportation Journal, Supply Chain Forum: An International
Journal, Business Horizons Journal, Management Research Review, European
Management Journal and International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems. He
serves on the Editorial Review Boards of the Journal of Business Logistics and Journal
of Transportation Security. He was a part of the Working Committee of President
Obama’s initiative on Advance Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) 2.0. He also has
multiple years of industry experience working for a major German multinational
company, in addition to consulting with companies in the areas of Supply Chain and