The “Dynamic Mechanical Yerzley Oscillograph–V” (DMYO-V) has been developed to measure those properties of rubber and its compounds that are important for vibration isolation and similar fields, efficiently and effectively at the natural frequency of the system in a few seconds. Being a rugged instrument, it can be used on the shop floor to ascertain that rubber compounds meet mechanical specifications, including crosslink density, tan delta, storage, and loss modulus and dynamic modulus, etc.
Technical Notebook: Properties of elastomers measured and computed by DMYO-V
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