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The Permeability Characteristics of Silicone Rubber

@inproceedings{Zhang2006ThePC,
  title={The Permeability Characteristics of Silicone Rubber},
  author={Haibing Zhang},
  year={2006}
}
Silicone rubber is universally regarded as the best-in-class elastomer for extreme environments. In addition, silicone rubber is one of the most permeable elastomers. This property is a key advantage for silicone rubber in many design situations. However, some applications which require silicone performance in extreme environments also require low gas permeability. Applications that require such material characteristics cover a range of aerospace components such as inflatables, ducting, and… 

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Reprinted with permission from the 2006 SAMPE Fall Technical Conference

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