Nanosilica Particulate Magnetic as Alternative Filler on Natural Rubber Composites with Human-Tissue-Like Mechanical Characteristic

Authors

  • Riri Murniati Republic Indonesia Defense University, Indonesia http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0629-2206
  • Arini Fitria Gunawan Republic Indonesia Defense University, Indonesia
  • Muhammad Nuraliffudin Saputra Republic Indonesia Defense University, Indonesia
  • Imastuti Imastuti Republic Indonesia Defense University, Indonesia
  • Mikrajuddin Abdullah Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25077/jif.14.2.124-131.2022

Keywords:

natural rubber, alternative filler, mechanical characteristic, nanosilica

Abstract

There have been no reports of the simultaneous application of natural fillers, such as magnetite and natural zeolites, to increase the strength of composites containing silica (SiO2) fillers as reinforcing fillers in natural rubber. This study has investigated the effect of magnetically modified natural zeolite on nanosilica-reinforced natural rubber composites that include a mechanical characteristic like human tissue. We use technical specifications rubber (TSR) SIR 20 with nanosilica reinforced fillers and Titanate coupling agent (TCA) as fillers and elastomer binders. The results showed that the nanosilica-zeolite-magnetite (Fe3O4) mixture had an influence on strength and stiffness and could be a substitute filler. The precursors made with some variations include the optimization of filler and the optimization volume fraction of nanosilica. Mechanical characteristics of different human body part tissue were compared to the control samples and have similar mechanical characteristics with internal human tissue characteristic. Based on these results, nanosilica fillers combine with magnetically modified zeolites and titanate coupling agents, potentially as an alternative filler to replace carbon black, and are applicable for synthetic muscle replacement cadavers with a customized formula.

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Author Biographies

Arini Fitria Gunawan, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Department of Physics, Republic Indonesia Defense University, IPSC Sentul, Bogor 16810, Indonesia

Muhammad Nuraliffudin Saputra, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Department of Physics, Republic Indonesia Defense University, IPSC Sentul, Bogor 16810,

Imastuti Imastuti, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Department of Physics, Republic Indonesia Defense University, IPSC Sentul, Bogor 16810, Indonesia

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2022-08-30

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Murniati, R., Fitria Gunawan, A. ., Nuraliffudin Saputra, M. ., Imastuti, I. ., & Abdullah, M. . (2022). Nanosilica Particulate Magnetic as Alternative Filler on Natural Rubber Composites with Human-Tissue-Like Mechanical Characteristic . Jurnal Ilmu Fisika, 14(2), 124–131. https://doi.org/10.25077/jif.14.2.124-131.2022

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