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Surface-modification technology for scrap tire reuse

Surface-modification technology for scrap tire reuse

a technical brief.

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Published by Office of Industrial Technologies, Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable Energy, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Available from the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waste tires -- United States.,
  • Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- United States -- Technological innovations.

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    Other titlesSurface modification technology for scrap tire reuse.
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Conservation and Renewable Energy. Office of Industrial Technologies.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17682705M

    Evidence now exists that within certain para­ meters (i. e ion species (Ar+), ion energy ( KeV), substrate 2 temperature (° K), dose rate ( gA cm-), residual x 5 9 pressure (5 to 5x mm Hg) and polar and azimuthal angle of ion incidence {4} reproducible surface morphology (etch pits and pyramids) is achieved on the.   Rubber Manufacturers Association, US scrap tire management summary. Washington DC, USA () Google Scholar K. Ruediger, C. Fitzpatrick, L. Claudia, E-Waste Challenges: Re-Use Practices Principles and Standards ().Author: Francisco José Gomes da Silva, Ronny Miguel Gouveia.

    Assuming that the tire is linearly-elastic under side forces, and that the total lateral deflection is small so that sliding back occurs only at the rear of the contact patch, the total side force S is given approximately by L2θ/2C, where L is the length of the contact patch, θ is the slip angle between the direction of travel and the direc. The surface modification of the crumb rubber by means of appropriate pre-treatments (e.g., NaOH washing, controlled oxidation) and/or further surface functionalization (e.g., coatings deposition) is a technical solution investigated by worldwide researchers to overcome the interfacial adhesion concerns with the other inorganic components Author: Luca Lavagna, Roberto Nisticò, Matteo Sarasso, Matteo Pavese.

    Reliable surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) based biosensing in complex media is impeded by nonspecific protein adsorptions. Because of the near-field effect of SERS, it is challenging to modify SERS-active substrates using conventional nonfouling materials without introducing interference from their SERS signals. Herein, we report a stealth surface . Recent Developments in Polymer Recycling, ISBN: Editors: A. Fainleib and yeva 2. Recent advances in the recycling of rubber waste 1.


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[United States. Department of Energy. Office of Conservation and Renewable Energy. Office of Industrial Technologies.;]. This study of “Scrap Tire Recycling in Canada” shows there is a great market potential for the processing of scrap tires into new applications and value-added products.

As this technology can be used with existing particles, the particle size and particle size distribution can be adjusted freely. In addition, conductive particles formed by this technology are lighter than metal oxide particles, and light transmission can be secured as only the particle surface layer is coated with the polymer film.

Resource recovery from used rubber tires. and technology evaluation of tire pyrolysis and other selected alter- Scrap tire reuse through surface-modification technology.

AKRON—One of the hottest topics at the recent International Tire Exhibition & Conference Tire for tire manufacturers in Akron was recycling, scrap tires and the sustainable aspects of the industry.

Many companies are working toward putting together sustainable programs to create more opportunity for tires to be reused instead of dumping them. OVERVIEW The Scrap Tires: Handbook on Recycling Applications and Management for the U.S. and Mexico provides a resource for federal, state, and local governments along with private industry in developing markets for the valuable resources contained in scrap tires.

Support educational outreach programs on scrap tire recycling and reuse. Surface modification is the act of modifying the surface of a material by bringing physical, chemical or biological characteristics different from the ones originally found on the surface of a material. This modification is usually made to solid materials, but it is possible to find examples of the modification to the surface of specific liquids.

Surface Engineering: Surface Modification of Materials (Nato Science Series E:) Hardcover – Novem by R. Kossowsky (Editor), S.C. Singhal (Editor) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Format: Hardcover. Surface Modification Technology.

By conferring various functions to film surfaces and creating surface attributes to suit a particular application it is possible to create products with a wide range of characteristics. A number of these are introduced below. Tire-derived fuel (TDF) is a broad rubric which includes whole tires, tire wastes, cuts, shred, and chips.

It is used extensively in developed as well as developing regions around the world. In Japan and the United States, among others, energy recovery is the foremost means of valorization of postconsumer tires and industrial wastes.

By all accounts, Ontario Tire Stewardship was highly successful in managing Ontario's scrap tires and finding end-use markets for them, Armiento acknowledged at the Rubber Recycling Symposium, held Nov.

in Niagara Falls. "The tire program operated quite well, and we don't want it to go away," he : Miles Moore. The surface modification can permanently adhere to most polymer surfaces, particularly inert substrates such as silicone, latex, polyethylene, and fluoropolymers like Teflon. The technology can provide a variety of surface properties including increased hydrophilicity, wet and dry lubricity, controlled drug delivery, and surface functionality.

A novel approach, based on intelligent tire technology, was developed in this study for tire/road friction estimation. A sensor-fusion algorithm for real-time friction estimation was developed to integrate acceleration data from the two instrumented intelligent tires to reduce the lag between the two tires under different driving maneuvers.

This book is a collection of invited papers (previously published in special issues of the Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology) written by internationally recognized researchers actively working in the field of plasma surface modification. It provides a current, comprehensive overview of the plasma treatment of polymers.

In contrast to plasma polymerization, plasma surface 5/5(1). The third major reuse application was crumb rubber, also known as ground rubber. Inonly about 2% of scrap tires generated in the U.S.

were reprocessed as crumb rubber, but by this had jumped to about 12% (Fig. 1, sources for above estimates cited in caption).

Of all scrap tire reuse options, crumb rubber is probably the most complex Cited by: Surface Modification. Plasma processes can be used to cross-link or functionalize polymer surfaces. By utilizing appropriate gas chemistry, specifically tailored surface characteristics can be achieved.

Materials that are hydrophobic (non-wetting) such as PP, PS, HDPE or PC can cause issues with bonding, printing, painting or over-molding. Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra şov • Vol.

3 (52) - Series I: Engineering Sciences MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF RUBBER - AN OVERVIEW Al. PUŞCĂ1 U1 A. DUŢĂ1 Abstract: Several studies have been carried out to reuse scrap-tires in a variety of rubber and plastic products, incineration for production of electricity,File Size: KB.

Reactive Gas Technology™ is shown in the table(s) shown. SURFACE ENERGY IN DYNE/CM COMMODITY PLASTICS UNTREATED TREATED LDPE 32 54 HDPE 37 54 PET 32 72 PP 29 66 ABS 38 60 EPDM 40 72 Assembly and structural bonding – use of water based adhesives and % solids coatings technologies SURFACE MODIFICATION SURFACE ENERGY IN.

In a world increasingly fixated on the demands of sustainable development, too much attention has been focused on the widely used building materials, mainly on those tools and strategies for their reuse and those characteristics for considering them as environmental-friendly materials.

Among the strategies are the following: (a) increased reliability on waste and recycled Author: Gonzalo Martínez-Barrera, Nelly González-Rivas, Enrique Vigueras Santiago, Ángel Martínez-López, Jor.

Currently, plastics and rubbers are broadly being used to produce a wide range of products for several applications like automotive, building and construction, material handling, packaging, toys, etc.

However, their waste (materials after their end of life) do not degrade and remain for a long period of time in the environment. The increase of polymeric waste materials’ .R FINAL REPORT ANALYSIS OF THE AMBIENT MONITORING DATA IN THE VICINITY OF OPEN TIRE FIRES EPA Contract Number DO Work Assignment Number Submitted to: Vasu Kilaru Work Assignment Manager U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, NC Submitted by: .surface modification technology to reduce friction losses and mitigate wear issues for HD diesel engines.

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