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A leakage model for predicting non-asbestos gasket leakage rates is presented and verified experimentally. Furthermore, the performances of some developed NASC are also evaluated. 2. 1 Molding process The molding process of NASC is similar to that of the traditional rubber based composites, as shown in Fig. 1. The plastication should be carried out using a mill mixer or an internal mixer, to improve plasticity of raw rubber. Before this step, raw rubber may be roasted in a hot chamber within 333-343 K to decrease its hardness and improve manufacturability.
Transverse tensile strength of aramid fiber reinforced NASC Results of the single factor experiment about the usage of elastic binding material and aramid fiber are given in Tables 3 and 4, respectively. The aramid fiber and the rubber contents are suggested to be 13 wt% and 20 wt%, respectively. 15 Table 3. 42 Table 4. The effect of aramid fiber content on performances of NASC (The amount of elastic binding material is 20 wt%) 30 Advances in Composite Materials - Ecodesign and Analysis The optimization formulation of aramid fiber reinforced NASC is listed in Table 5.