Effect of Tungsten Percent on Transmission Properties for (X-Ray) of Styrene Butadiene Rubber
Pages : 804-808
This paper gives a comparative study on the new developments in non-destructive controls of the composite materials and applications in the manufacturing engineering and also reviews essentially the performance and advantages of X-rays computed tomography (XR-CT) medical scanner about its usage at multiple scales (macro, micro, meso and nano), the method and also the terminology. Subsequently, it will deal with the chosen materials to share the performances of this technique for the very different industrial applications The scientific technical revolution of our day is associated with wide introduction of non-ionizing fields (such as electromagnetic) in almost every aspect of life in addition to the wide use of ionizing radiation in medicine research and manufacture. Understanding the mechanism of interaction of electromagnetic (EMFs) fields with biological cells and cell membrane is important to modern day cell technology and medicine., 4 different rubber compound were prepared by using (SBR 1502) type of Styrene Butadiene rubber in level and each recipe reinforced with Tungsten (W) at different ratio (20,50,70 and 100) pphr ( part per hundred )and using Titanium Dioxide (TiO2 ) at constant ratio (60) pphr at all compound. All of compound measure the transmission of (X-Ray).
Keywords: Transmission Properties, Styrene Butadiene Rubber.
Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.3,No.3(Aug- 2013)