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By Toshi Takajima

ISBN-10: 1855731827

ISBN-13: 9781855731820

Probably the most attention-grabbing advancements of the previous few many years within the box of fiber construction were the results of in depth research in jap and learn institutes. This booklet used to be initially released in eastern through the Society of Fiber technological know-how and know-how, Japan, on the way to current a radical clinical and technological overview of advances in fiber creation, and is now released in English. as well as offering an intensive overview of modern breakthroughs in fiber spinning expertise, this renowned booklet illustrates how R&D will pay

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35 Fundamentals of spinning 15 the lamellar structure and the domains in which (110) lattice fringes are recognized. This lamellar structure is illustrated by the phase-contrast image of the specimen, which was recorded at a large amount of underfocus just after an electron exposure for taking the (110) lattice image of Fig. 8(a). A fine crystallite connecting adjacent lamellae in the direction of the fiber axis is clearly seen; the authors have called this a 'tie-crystallite'. The authors are satisfied by the explanation that the correlation in orientation between crystallites which belong to a single microfibril is maintained by a tie-crystallite.

Adopting the birefringence I:!. n (or the tensile stress cr) as a parameter relating to molecular orientation, we can tentatively express the rate constant of crystallization KA at a constant temperature as a function of T and I:!. n. Nevertheless, there still remains a question of how to utilize the corresponding data for describing non-isothermal crystallization. 16] where the equation for kinetics of isothermal crystallization is expanded into the case of non-isothermal crystallization and the relation, K(T, I:!.

Thick and thin yarn. Examples of final products: Blouses, suits. 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Japan There are a great many subjects covered by the heading 'Fundamentals of spinning'. In this chapter, however, we confine ourselves to a description of the fundamentals of mathematical simulation for spinning and of new findings on structural formation during spinning and fiber structure. This description should be undertaken for each of the three types of spinning: melt spinning, dry spinning and wet spinning.

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