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Andrzej Ziabicki, Hiromichi Kawai. A collection of 19 papers on current problems and developments in high-speed spinning. Topics include spinning theory, mathematical models, empirical studies and mechanical engineering aspects of the spinning process.
These high-speed gel-spinning experiments at temperatures around 200°C yielded polyethylene fibers with a tensile strength of . . GPa. It was observed that drying of the as-spun fiber containing n-hexane at constant length led to excessive crazing. Polymer Molecular Weight Tensile Strength Polyethylene Paraffin. A. Ziabicki and L. Jarecki in High-speed fiber spinning: Science and Engineering aspects ed. Ziabicki and H. Kawai, Wiley and Sons In. (1985)Google Scholar. Heuvel and R. Huisman in High-speed fiber spinning, Wiley and Sons Inc.
High-speed fiber spinning : science and engineering aspects. Andrzej Ziabicki, Hiromichi Kawai.
Book Chapter Perez, . in High Speed Fiber Spinning-Science and Engineering Aspects, Ziabicki, A. and Kawai .
But, it is still good practice to include the article title. In the body of your report, all graphs, plots, photographs, micrographs, etc. should be referred to as figures and given sequential figure numbers and a captions describing what is presented in the figure.
This book, which forms N. 0 in the Elsevier Textile Science and Technology series, is extensively advertised in issues . of the current . High Speed Fiber Spinning- Science and Engineering Aspects. of the current volume of World Textile Abstracts. Information on the fine structure, properties (mainly pilling resistance, dyeability, flame resistance, soiling tendency and resistance to static charging) of modified polyester fibres is presented.
High-speed fiber spinning: Staff View. 1. 0. a Ziabicki, A. 700. a Kawai, H. 900. a Volkan.
In High-Speed Fiber Spinning, Science and Engineering Aspects; Ziabicki, . Kawai, . Ed. In Proceedings of the International Symposium Fiber Science and Technology, Hakone, Japan, 20–24 August 1985. John Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ, USA, 1985; Chapter 1.Shimizu, . Kikutani, . Takaku, A. Structure Developments in High-Speed Spinning. Perez, G. Some effects of the rheological properties of polyethylene terephthalate) on spinning line profile and structure developed in high speed spinning.
Ziabicki and H. Kawai, High-speed Fiber Spinning: Science and Engineering Aspects, Wiley, New York (1985). N. B. Vargaftik, Handbook Of Physical Properties Of Liq- POLYMER ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE, JULY2001, Val. 41, No. 7 1219. 11. D. Freeman, M. M. Denn. R Keunings, G. E. Molau, Polym Sc. 68, 1209-1217 (1998). TERM Summer '08. PROFESSOR RAHMAN. TAGS Organic chemistry, Materials Science, melt spinning, hollow fibers, Uyttendaele, A. Ziabicki, Robert L. Shambaugh.
Author: A. Ziabicki,H. Kawai
Category: Crafts and Hobbies
Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (March 26, 1985)
Pages: 586 pages
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