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Application of the PTT Model for Capillary Extrusion of Rubber Compounds

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Authors
Choi, S. H.; Lyu, M. -Y.
Issue Date
2009-09
Publisher
CARL HANSER VERLAG
Citation
INTERNATIONAL POLYMER PROCESSING; Vol.24 4; 326-333
Abstract
Rubber compounds have high viscoelastic property. One of the viscoelastic behaviors shown in profile extrusion is an extrudate swell and circulation flow at the corner of inside of die. Application. of viscoelastic model to a capillary extrusion has beets investigated in this study. Experiments and simulations have been performed using Fluidity Tester and commercial computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code, Polyflow respectively. Die swell of rubber compounds in a capillary die were predicted using a non-linear differential viscoelastic model, Phan-Thien and Tanner (PTT) model for various relaxation tunes and relaxation modes. As relaxation time and number of relaxation anode increase, die swell increases. The results of simulations were compared with the experiment. Pressure and velocity distributions, and circulation flows at the corner of reservoir have been analyzed through computer simulation. Two and three: relaxation modes with large range of relaxation time examined in this study showed good agreement with experimental results of die swell and well represented circulation flow at the corner of reservoir in the capillary die.
ISSN
0930-777X
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/75343
DOI
https://doi.org/10.3139/217.2172
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