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BS 5324:1976

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Guide to application of statistics to rubber testing
Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

15-05-1997

Language(s)

English

Published date

31-08-1976

Foreword
Cooperating organizations
Section one. General
1. Scope
2. References
Section two. General principles
3. A practical problem from rubber testing
4. Introduction to statistical methods
5. Application of statistical tests to the example
    in clause 3
6. Design and analysis of experiments
7. Analysis of variance
8. Application of regression analysis
9. Reporting of results
10. Ranking methods
Section three. Statistical techniques applicable to
specific tests
11. Introduction
12. Tensile testing
13. Tear strength (crescent)
14. Abrasion resistance
15. Crack growth and fatique testing
16. Resistance to low temperatures
17. Ozone resistance
Appendices
A. Formulae for easy reference
B. References (useful books and tables)
C. Glossary of statistical terms and symbols
D. Statistical reference tables
Tables
1. Factors for estimating standard deviation from a
    range of values in a Normal population
2. Criteria for rejecting outlying values by Dixon's
    test
3. Factor interaction on compression set
4. Response values for combinations of the three
    independent variables
5. Correlation coefficient versus numbers of
    observations
6. Friedman's test critical values Kcr for alpha = 0.05
    level of significance
7. Ranking of 10 rubber vulcanizates by five observers
8. Plot positions (double exponential frequency
    distribution function)
9. Weighting factors w for calculating mode
10. Weighting factors d for calculating standard
    deviation
11. The Normal (Gaussian) distribution function
12. Percentage points of Student's t-distribution
13. 5% points of F distribution
Figures
1. Normal distribution curve
2. Confidence limits versus true coefficient of
    variation
3. Real difference versus true coefficient of variation
4. Confidence limits versus estimated coefficient of
    variation
5. Real difference versus estimated coefficient of
    variation
6. Compression set versus post-cure for different
    durations of test
7. Dependency of flexing life on age of material
8. Illustration of simple linear regression
9. Histogram of results
10. Double exponential distribution
11. Analysis of tensile strength results
12. Normal (Gaussian) distribution function

Aims to stimulate the interest of persons concerned with rubber testing in the use of statistical methods and provides an easy source of reference to the formulae required for the treatment of data.

Committee
PRI/22
DevelopmentNote
BS DRAFT 93/310632 DC REFERS TO A REVISION
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
40
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy

ASTM D 4482 : 2011 : R2017 Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Extension Cycling Fatigue
BS 3424-16:1995 Testing coated fabrics Method 18. Determination of air permeability
BS 7825-1:1995 Calibration of rubber and plastics test equipment Specification for principles and general requirements
ASTM D 4482 : 2011 Test Method for Rubber Property<char: emdash>Extension Cycling Fatigue
BS 903-1:1995 Physical testing of rubber Guide to the selection and use of methods of test for rubber

BS 903-A9:1988 Physical testing of rubber Determination of abrasion resistance
BS 5309-1:1976 Methods for sampling chemical products Introduction and general principles
BS 5309-4:1976 Methods for sampling chemical products Sampling of solids
BS 903-A2:1989 Physical testing of rubber Determination of tensile stress-strain properties

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