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One & Two Years Diploma

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Engineering (Required min one Year Experience) >> Diploma in Elastomeric Technology
Duration: One Year & Two Years (Double fee)
Mode of Study: Distance Learning Education/Self Home Based Study
Total Fee(PKR):
(For Pakistani Students)
16500
Total Fee($ US):
(Overseas Students)
350
Eligibility:
Document Required: Two set of Educational Documents, Three CNIC Copies, Three Photograph, Original Bank Deposit slip
Course Detail:

Only on RPL Basis, No course Material will be provided.

Modules: Module 1 Module 2

Chapter 1: Introduction 

References concerning rubber technology  

Definition of a rubber 

 History of rubber 

World sales of NR and synthetic rubber in comparison with thermoplastics 

Most important applications for rubbers Rubber technology 

Chapter 2: Rubber Elasticity 

Macromolecular chain models 

The simple molecule model 

The molecular model with fixed valence angles, but free rotation 

The equivalent statistical chain model 

Thermodynamical origin of rubber elasticity 

Thermodynamics of rubber Merging the equivalent statistical model into thermodynamics 

Chapter 3: Network Models 

The ideal rubber network 

Corrections on the ideal rubber network 

Entanglements Loose/dangling chain ends 

Chapter 4: Stress Strain 

Relations for Different Types of Deformation 

Uniaxial strain and uniaxial compression 

 Biaxial strain Simple shear All-sided compression 

The Poisson constant Relation to some practical examples

Chapter 5: Models based on Continuum Mechanics

Mooney-Rivlin theory

Alternative models based on the formalism of strain invariants

Van der Waals network model

Chapter 6: Rubber Types

Natural rubber (NR)

Synthetic polyisoprene (IR)

Butadiene rubber (BR)

Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR)

Ethylene-propylene (-diene) rubber (EPM and EPDM)

Butyl rubber (IIR)

Nitrile rubber (NBR)

Polychloroprene (CR)

Specialties

Chapter 7: Principles of Compounding

Reinforcing and non-reinforcing fillers

Carbon black

Silica

Mineral fillers

Plasticizer and extender oils

Chapter 8: Vulcanization

Introduction

Sulfur vulcanization

Peroxide vulcanization

Other vulcanization systems

Vulcanizate properties as a function of the degree of crosslinking

Last Date of Admission: 8th Dec, 2018
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