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Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt

01 11 2000The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated It is shown that the production of fibers by melt-spinning and melt-blowing technologies promotes the formation of a spontaneous polarization charge Possible mechanisms of fiber polarization are analyzed The influence of parameters of the melt-spinning technological process and forced electrization of

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The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated : Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt-Spun and Melt-Blown Fibrous Polypropylene Materials : It was hypothesized that oxygen plasma treatment would increase the number of adipose-derived human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) that adhered to melt-blown non-woven PLLA scaffolds without affecting cell viability

Диссертация на тему Полимерные композиционные

Особенности электретного состояния melt-spun и melt-blown волокнистых материалов из полипропилена // Механика композитных материалов 2000 - Т 36 — № 6 - С 819-830

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The electret effect in polypropylene fibers treated in a

In this work melt‐spun polypropylene (PP) fibers were treated in an electric field of a corona discharge The fibers were then characterized using the thermally stimulated current (TSC) spectroscopy It has been shown that the electret state of corona‐treated PP fibers is a result of the combination of Maxwell–Wagner polarization and charge trapping Activation energies and relaxation

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This feed contains the latest items from the 'Polymer Testing' source (butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT) was investigated PBAT melt was sheared at 130 and 150 C at rates of 10–100/s and then cooled The crystallization was followed by a light depolarization technique whereas the crystallized specimens were analyzed by DSC 2D-SAXS 2D-WAXS PLM and SALS Shear flow

The electret effect in polypropylene fibers treated in a

In this work melt‐spun polypropylene (PP) fibers were treated in an electric field of a corona discharge The fibers were then characterized using the thermally stimulated current (TSC) spectroscopy It has been shown that the electret state of corona‐treated PP fibers is a result of the combination of Maxwell–Wagner polarization and charge trapping Activation energies and relaxation

Влияние градиента температур в волокнистых

Волокнистые полимерные материалы получаемые путем распыления расплава полимера потоком сжатого газа находят широкое применение в системах фильтрации и характеризуются высокой эффективностью фильтрации при

Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt

The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated It is shown that the production of fibers by melt-spinning and melt-blowing technologies promotes the formation of a spontaneous polarization charge Possible mechanisms of fiber polarization are analyzed The influence of parameters of the melt-spinning technological process and forced electrization of fibers

Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt

The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated It is shown that the production of fibers by melt-spinning and melt-blowing technologies promotes the formation of a spontaneous polarization charge Possible mechanisms of fiber polarization are analyzed The influence of parameters of the melt-spinning technological process and forced electrization of fibers

The electret effect in polypropylene fibers treated in a

In this work melt‐spun polypropylene (PP) fibers were treated in an electric field of a corona discharge The fibers were then characterized using the thermally stimulated current (TSC) spectroscopy It has been shown that the electret state of corona‐treated PP fibers is a result of the combination of Maxwell–Wagner polarization and charge trapping Activation energies and relaxation

Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt

The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated It is shown that the production of fibers by melt-spinning and melt-blowing technologies promotes the formation of a spontaneous polarization charge Possible mechanisms of fiber polarization are analyzed The influence of parameters of the melt-spinning technological process and forced electrization of fibers

Measuring electrostatic properties of fibrous materials:

Samples were melt-spun in the Hills multifilament spinning line in the Nonwovens Institute (single-screw extruder with L: D ratio 1:24 the number of holes in spin head is 72) in which the spinning speed was 2000 m/min and the throughput was 0 58 g/h/min Temperature of spin head was fixed at 235 C Resultant yarns were composed of 72 filaments having diameters of 20 μm

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The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated : Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt-Spun and Melt-Blown Fibrous Polypropylene Materials : It was hypothesized that oxygen plasma treatment would increase the number of adipose-derived human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) that adhered to melt-blown non-woven PLLA scaffolds without affecting cell viability

Polymer Testing via MedWorm

This feed contains the latest items from the 'Polymer Testing' source (butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT) was investigated PBAT melt was sheared at 130 and 150 C at rates of 10–100/s and then cooled The crystallization was followed by a light depolarization technique whereas the crystallized specimens were analyzed by DSC 2D-SAXS 2D-WAXS PLM and SALS Shear flow

The electret effect in polypropylene fibers treated in a

In this work melt‐spun polypropylene (PP) fibers were treated in an electric field of a corona discharge The fibers were then characterized using the thermally stimulated current (TSC) spectroscopy It has been shown that the electret state of corona‐treated PP fibers is a result of the combination of Maxwell–Wagner polarization and charge trapping Activation energies and relaxation

Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt

The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated It is shown that the production of fibers by melt-spinning and melt-blowing technologies promotes the formation of a spontaneous polarization charge Possible mechanisms of fiber polarization are analyzed The influence of parameters of the melt-spinning technological process and forced electrization of fibers

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The charge state of melt-spun and melt-blown polypropylene fibers is investigated : Peculiarities of the Electret State of Melt-Spun and Melt-Blown Fibrous Polypropylene Materials : It was hypothesized that oxygen plasma treatment would increase the number of adipose-derived human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) that adhered to melt-blown non-woven PLLA scaffolds without affecting cell viability

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Measuring electrostatic properties of fibrous materials: A

Samples were melt-spun in the Hills multifilament spinning line in the Nonwovens Institute (single-screw extruder with L: D ratio 1:24 the number of holes in spin head is 72) in which the spinning speed was 2000 m/min and the throughput was 0 58 g/h/min Temperature of spin head was fixed at 235 C Resultant yarns were composed of 72 filaments having diameters of 20 μm

Measuring electrostatic properties of fibrous materials:

Samples were melt-spun in the Hills multifilament spinning line in the Nonwovens Institute (single-screw extruder with L: D ratio 1:24 the number of holes in spin head is 72) in which the spinning speed was 2000 m/min and the throughput was 0 58 g/h/min Temperature of spin head was fixed at 235 C Resultant yarns were composed of 72 filaments having diameters of 20 μm

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Mechanics of Composite Materials 2000 Vol 36 №06

Содержание K Friedrich M Maier M Neitzel Manufacturing and Testing of Composite Materials and Structures European Cooperative Research Examples S V Suknyov Estimation of the Tensile Strength Reduction of a Composite Laminate with a Hole V G Piskunov A V Gorik V N Cherednikov Modeling of Transverse Shears of Piecewise Homogeneous Composite Bars Using an Iterative

Диссертация на тему Природа электретного состояния

Полимерные волокнистые melt-blown материалы -Гомель 2000 260 с 59 Feng W Xia J Tu D SF6 02 Air Glow Discharge Improve the Electret Property of biaxially oriented Polypropylene film//Proc of the 9th International Simposium on Electrets 1996 - P 99-103 60 Рычков A A Бойцов В Г Электретный эффект в стр

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This feed contains the latest items from the 'Polymer Testing' source (butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT) was investigated PBAT melt was sheared at 130 and 150 C at rates of 10–100/s and then cooled The crystallization was followed by a light depolarization technique whereas the crystallized specimens were analyzed by DSC 2D-SAXS 2D-WAXS PLM and SALS Shear flow

Влияние градиента температур в волокнистых

Волокнистые полимерные материалы получаемые путем распыления расплава полимера потоком сжатого газа находят широкое применение в системах фильтрации и характеризуются высокой эффективностью фильтрации при

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