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Fatigue of crystallizable rubber: Generation of a Haigh diagram over a wide range of positive load ratios

Abstract : A Haigh diagram is built for a carbon black filled rubber blend that exhibits Strain Induced Crystallization (SIC) for a wide range of positive displacement ratios. A strategy for the initiation detection, which becomes difficult for high displacement ratios, is proposed and validated thanks to regular visual follow-up. Some experimental cautions are taken to avoid any temperature and strain rate effects on the results, more specifically on the strain induced crystallization phenomenon. It is found that a reinforcement related to strain induced crystallization is present for load ratios (up to displacement load ratio of 0.35). For higher load ratios, the reinforcement effect reduces leading to a Haigh diagram that looks like a bell, as already shown by Cadwell et al. (S. Cadwell, R. Merrill, C. Sloman, F. Yost, Dynamic fatigue life of rubber, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 12 (1940) 19–23).
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Clément Champy, V. Le Saux, Yann Marco, Thomas Glanowski, Pierre Charrier, et al.. Fatigue of crystallizable rubber: Generation of a Haigh diagram over a wide range of positive load ratios. International Journal of Fatigue, Elsevier, 2021, 150, pp.106313. ⟨10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2021.106313⟩. ⟨hal-03271445⟩

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