1991-02-01

Advanced High-Temperature Test Methods for Gasket Materials, 1991 910204

Equipment and techniques for evaluating the stability, creep, and sealability of gasket facing materials at high temperatures are presented. Mathematical models for predicting long-term failure of elastomer-bonded gaskets from short-term high-temperature tests were used. The value of differential thermal analyses and differential scanning calorimetry in the ranking of facing compositions and alternatives to engine testing to establish confidence in screening gasketing materials are the projects presented.

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