Re: Re: Re: Re: steel belt

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Posted by Roger on September 17, 1999 at 12:02:41:

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: steel belt posted by Tire Guy on September 14, 1999 at 16:58:55:

OK, I can't resist rising to your bait. And with apologies to the originator of this string.

Lets make this interesting. First you tell us what your words mean then we can talk a common language. In my Universe these have no meaning as you have applied to tire design.

>steel used in tires is of a transpositional design< Transpositional ?

>heat to be dispered within the compound < How do you disperse "within" the compound? You can disperse within a tire but I have never seen data to indicate that a steel tire runs cooler or more uniform in temperature that an identical one with a different reinforcement materisl but with similar stiffnes properties.

>Steel is by the way "more" pliable than rubber< Pliable? Steel is more flexible than steel? ! since when?

>heat produced by the metal in the tires < heat is produced by the rubber not the steel

>sublimed material< Under what temp & pressure will steel or rubber sublime?

>Always happy to help< Alwayse happy to blow smoke and mis informe is more like it.

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