Development of Composite Material the Base of Scrapes of Tires and Latex for Thermal Isolation in Vehicles 2010-36-0001
Now the great majority of the applications of thermal isolation in the strip of drops and averages temperatures (up to 180°C), it is made being used from aggressive materials to the nature such an as: glass wool, rock wool, polystyrene, EPS among others. Such materials, in spite of the effectiveness in the retention of the flow of heat, possess considerable cost and when discarded they are long years to be to decompose. In that context, trying to adapt the world politics the about of the preservation of the environment, a study began with intention of developing a material composite, with properties of thermal, originating from insulating industrial residues. For that, composite the base of it scrapes of tire and latex seeking to be applied for thermal isolation in "hot" systems (up to 180°C). The results obtained experimentally they proved that the composite, it can be used for isolation ends in warm surfaces, in the strip of temperature of 180°C as it can be observed analyzing the gradients of temperatures.
Citation: Ford, E., Ubiragi de Lima Mendes, J., and Magalhaes de Souza, E., "Development of Composite Material the Base of Scrapes of Tires and Latex for Thermal Isolation in Vehicles," SAE Technical Paper 2010-36-0001, 2010, https://doi.org/10.4271/2010-36-0001. Download Citation
Elmo Thiago Lins Couras Ford, Jose Ubiragi de Lima Mendes, Elisangela Magalhaes de Souza