A new study carried out by wood science researchers at Oregon State University suggests that partially replacing silica with microcrystalline cellulose as a reinforcing filler in the manufacture of rubber tyres might decrease the energy required to produce them, reduce costs, and better resist heat build-up.
Kaichang Li, an associate professor …
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