IIR

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AcronymDefinition
IIRInfinite Impulse Response (digital filter design and signal processing)
IIRInstitute for International Research
IIRInstitute of Innovation Research (Japan)
IIRInternational Institute of Refrigeration (est. 1908)
IIRInfrared Imaging Radiometer
IIRIncremental Image Rendering
IIRInfinite Impulse Response
IIRInter Interface Relationships
IIRInstitute for Intergovernmental Research
IIRInstitute of International Relations
IIRIndustry Issue Resolution (pilot program of US Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Department)
IIRImaging Infrared
IIRInstallment to Income Ratio (finance)
IIRIndustrial Information Resources
IIRInternational Institute of Reflexology
IIRIntelligence Information Report
IIRIntelligent Information Retrieval
IIRIf I Recall
IIRInteractive Information Retrieval
IIRIndo-Iranian (linguistics)
IIRImmediate Impulse Response
IIRHalogenated Butyl Rubber
IIRInjury Incidence Rate
IIRImagery Interpretation Report
IIRIntermediate-Node Initiated Reservation
IIRInterlinking Internal Reference
IIRInter-Interface Relationships
IIRImagery Intelligence Report
IIRInertial Instrument Unit
IIRInitial Imagery Report
IIRIsstituto Italiano del Rame
IIRIntermediate Information Requirement
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Commenting on the halogenated butyl rubber unit, Mr Nikhil Meswani, Executive Director, RIL, said, "RSEPL's halogenated butyl rubber plant will be well-poised to capitalise on the significant surge in regional demand in tyre and pharmaceutical industries.
Blended HIIR is produced by combining feedstocks of halogenated butyl rubber to achieve a uniform Mooney and percent halogen content.
Modifications to the existing Butyl II facility make it possible for the unit to produce both regular and halogenated butyl rubber. The expansion project has increased Sarnia's total butyl production capacity to 140 thousand metric tons.
Figure 7 demonstrates this in a construction where two different DVAs both based on polypropylene and halogenated butyl rubber are joined.
Halogenated butyl rubber, when sulfur cured (BIIR(S)) and (CIIR(S)), show moderate-to-poor interfacial adhesion to sulfur cured HNBR.
The development of halogenated butyl rubbers greatly extended the usefulness of butyl rubbers by providing a polymer with faster curing rates and increased polarity.
Isobutylene-based elastomers include butyl rubber, the copolymer of isobutylene and isoprene, halogenated butyl rubbers, star-branched versions of these polymers and the terpolymer isobutylene-para-methylstyrene-bromo-para-methylstyrene (BIMS).