Figure 10 shows the hysteresis loss values for the anionically polymerized polyisoprene gloves, as well as gloves manufactured from NR, Ziegler Natta polyisoprene and chloroprene rubber at different elongations.
What does HL stand for?
HL stands for Hysteresis Loss
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- Hugh Laurie (actor)
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Hysteresis loss is defined as the loss of energy of the specimen when deformed during a given loading-unloading cycle.
Version 9 also introduces the ability to calculate core loss, including the eddy, excess, and hysteresis loss of materials.
4 DBPA (ml/100 g) and capable of increasing the frictional force without impairing the hysteresis loss.
patent: 7,414,094 Issued: August 19, 2008 Inventor: Tatsuya Miyazaki Assigned: Sumitomo Rubber Industries Key statement: A rubber composition for an inner liner improving air retention property of a tire, lowering hysteresis loss and further preventing crack growth is provided.
Hysteresis loss was determined under strain mode in the first cycle by stretching dumb bell test pieces to a strain level of 100% in the Zwick UTM at 25[degrees]C and at 500 mm/min rate.
Together with the high coupling efficiency of VP Si 363, this strongly reduced silica network leads to a very low hysteresis loss of the compound.
Hysteresis loss was determined up to the second cycle by stretching dumb-bell test pieces to a strain level of 100% in the Zwick UTM.