Fibre Science and Technology

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 31, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 694 pages
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Fibre Science and Technology is one of six titles in a coherent and definitive series of volumes dedicated to advanced composite materials research, development and usage in the former Soviet Union. Much of the information presented has been classified until recently. Thus each volume provides a unique insight into hitherto unknown research and development data.
This volume deals with the basic components of a composite material, namely the reinforcement and the encasing matrix material. Beginning with a specification of a range of reinforcing fibres (glass, carbon, organic, inorganic, ceramic), the book then considers in detail the development of such fibres and the significant range of properties achieved. An extensive test methodology used to evaluate the physical and mechanical properties of each type of fibre matrix combination is presented, and the production method employed for each constituent part is described.
This book will be of interest to anyone involved in research or development in composite materials science and technology, both in industry and universities.
 

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Contents

Glass fibres
15
12 REQUIREMENTS OF MELTS FOR GLASS FIBRE PRODUCTION
16
13 METHODS OF GLASS FIBRE PRODUCTION
24
14 FORMATION OF REFRACTORY AND SPECIAL GLASS FIBRES
34
15 EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS FOR GLASS MELTING
59
16 FEEDER SYSTEMS OF DIRECT PLANTS
66
17 PRODUCTION OF WOVEN MATERIALS
87
18 LOOMS USED FOR MANUFACTURING GLASS FABRICS
103
33 FIBRES FROM THERMOTROPIC AROMATIC POLYESTERS AND OTHER POLYMERS
377
34 THERMORESISTANT POLYMER FIBRES
381
35 FLEXIBLECHAIN POLYMER FIBRES
387
36 CONCLUSIONS
391
Inorganic filaments on a substrate boron and silicon carbide fibres
397
42 STRUCTURE PROPERTIES AND STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS
398
43 NATURE OF STRENGTH AND WAYS TO IMPROVE IT
417
44 PHYSICOCHEMICAL BASIS OF MANUFACTURE
434

19 PRODUCTION OF NONWOVEN MATERIALS
109
110 PROPERTIES OF GLASS FIBRES
117
111 ADHESION PROPERTIES
138
112 BASIC GRADES OF GLASS FIBRES
159
GLASS AND CERAMIC MICROSPHERES
208
114 SECONDARY PROCESSING OF WASTE
212
Carbon fibres
231
22 PRODUCTION OF CARBON FIBRES
235
23 CARBON FIBRES BASED ON POLYACRYLONITRILE
248
24 PRODUCTION OF CARBON FIBRES FROM RAYON FIBRES
269
25 CARBON FIBRES BASED ON ISOTROPIC PITCHES
281
26 CARBON FIBRES BASED ON LIQUID CRYSTALLINE PITCHES
295
27 SUPERHIGHMODULUS SUPERHIGHSTRENGTH CARBON FIBRES
302
28 SURFACE TREATMENT OF CARBON FIBRES
315
29 APPLICATION AND ECONOMICS OF CARBON FIBRES
324
Organic fibres as fillers of composite materials
359
32 STIFFCHAIN POLYMER FIBRES
360
45 PRODUCTION
441
46 SOME COMPOSITE CHARACTERISTICS
444
Inorganic silicon carbide Tyranno and silicon nitride fibres without substrate
457
52 FIBRE PROPERTIES
458
53 PHYSICOCHEMICAL BASIS OF MANUFACTURE
495
54 PRODUCTION
528
55 SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS
531
Ceramic fibres
557
62 FIBRES BASED ON BORON NITRIDE
568
63 BASALT FIBRES AND ARTICLES BASED ON THEM
581
Methods of testing fibres and reinforced plastics
607
72 THEORY OF METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF FIBRE PROPERTIES FROM MICROPLASTIC TEST RESULTS
616
73 THEORETICAL BASIS OF METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF FIBRE PROPERTIES FROM PLASTIC PROPERTY TEST RESULTS
620
74 EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
635
75 HOLOGRAPHIC AND FINITEELEMENT STUDY OF REINFORCING COMPONENTS WITH A MATRIX
641
Index
673
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