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Face Seals - Rubber rings used like a gasket
between two flat pieces of metal.
Modes Analysis (FMA) - A formal, structured procedure
used to analyze failure mode data from both current
and prior processes to prevent occurrence of those failure
modes in the future.
- See Bonded Seals.
Feasibility - A
determination that a process, design, procedure, or
plan can be successfully accom- plished in the required
Fibre Seal Rings - Aa gasket
or other die cut, water-jet cut or formed ring used
to seal between two surfaces.
- Any compounding material, usually in powder form,
added to rubber in a substantial volume to improve quality
or lower cost. The most important reinforcing filler
is carbon black. The most important inert filler, diluent
or extender is whiting.
- The quality or appearance of the machined surface
of a mold.
Finish, Product - The quality
or appearance of the surface of a rubber product.
Finite Element Analysis - A technique for
modeling a complex structure. When the mathematical
model is subjected to known loads, the displacement
of the structure may be determined.
Packings - A pipe flange gasket.
Seals - A seal used on the bolt-up flange on a hydraulic
systems - usually on the hose fitting or pipe flanges.
Flash - Excess rubber on a molded product
resulting from cavity overflow at the parting lines
where the mold sections are separated.
cracking - A cracking condition of the surface of
rubber articles such as tires and footwear, resulting
from constantly repeated bending or flexing in service.
Flow Marks - Surface imper- fections
due to improper flow and failure of stock to knit or
blend with itself during the molding operation.
Friction - Resistance to motion due to the
contact of surfaces.