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Type D rubber fender anti-collision strip type introduction
Edit: Jiangsu Ahn Jin Rubber Co., Ltd.Date: 2018-05-14

Type D rubber fender anti-collision strip type introduction: There are many types of rubber fender components on the market, each type has different characteristics and certain advantages and disadvantages. The types that are widely used in fenders are generally of the following types:

1. Buckling type; 2. Inflatable type; 3, foam type; 4, laterally loaded cylindrical type (drum type); Docking V type {ie X type): 6, flexible pile type.
It shows that the various types of reaction forces are more than one variant. In the figure, all kinds of fenders have a corresponding energy absorption under the same planning reaction. That is to say, if the area under the reaction force-deflection curve is flat, the energy absorption is the same. As can be seen from the figure, the buckling fender is about the given maximum reaction force. The deformation of the absorbed energy is much smaller than other types. Although it has some shortcomings, this small deformation characteristic still makes it suitable for a wide range of applications. Most ships within the planned tonnage of the ship type will exhibit the maximum reaction force during the mooring period. Many buckling type guards form appropriate pressure on the ship. Therefore, it is often necessary to reduce the pressure by a plate. The ability of the fender to absorb impact energy is greatly reduced when subjected to an unduly external force with the D-type rubber fender surface.
The dense rubber inflatable and foam fenders have the same reaction-deformation curve. As can be seen from the figure, they are significantly more deformed than the buckling fenders, and therefore, the overhanging distance required for the installation equipment is also large. In this type, large circular suspended fender members have less contact pressure with respect to the hull, and thus no panel is required between the hull and the fender. For small D-type rubber fenders that are directly mounted on the dock structure, it is necessary to attach a panel. As for the inflation-type or foam-type fenders, the condition of reaching or approaching the maximum planned reaction force during the period of use is rarely presented or not presented.