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8_Fiber_Properties - Fiber Properties Lesson 8 Sept 18,...

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Fiber Properties Lesson 8 Sept 18, 2007
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Quiz Sept. 25 = 1 week Today’s lecture will  NOT  be on quiz!
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Fibers Fibers are called by: Chemical names:  poly(ethylene  terephthalate) Trade names:  Dacron®, Kordel® Generic names:  polyester Generic name controlled by FTC
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Natural Fibers PROTEI N MI NERAL SECRETI AN FRUI T HAI RS SEED HAI RS ASBESTOS CULTIVATED SILK COIR (COCONUT) COTTON TUSSAH (WILD SILK) KAPOK MILKWEED HAI R PLANT LEAF PLANT STEM ALPACA ANGORA ABACA FLAX CAMEL HAIR HENEQUEN RAMIE CASHMERE SISAL HEMP LLAMA PALM JUTE MOHAIR PINEAPPLE MUSK OX YUCCA VICUNA WOOL CELLULOSI C
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Manufactured Fibers –  Natural Polymers CELLULOSE Lyocel REGENERATED CELLULOSE CELLULOSE ESTER CUPRAMONIUM RAYON ACETATE VISCOSE RAYON TRIACETATE PROTEI N  STARCH  CASEIN AMYLOSE ACETATE COTTONSEED REGENERATED AMYLOSE EGG ALBUMEN KERATIN (FEATHERS) PEANUTS SOYBEANS ZEIN (CORN)
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Manufactured Fibers –  Synthetic Fibers – Organic POLYOLEFI NS POLYAMI DES POLYESTER OTHER SYNTHETI CS POLYETHYLENE NYLON PET ACRYLIC POLYPROPYLENE PTT MODACRYLIC NYLON 6 PBT PBI NYLON 6,6 POLYACRYLATE NYLON 6,9 POLYSTYRENE NYLON 6,10 POLYUREA NYLON 6,12 TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE NYLON 11 VINYL POLYURETHANES ARAMI D KEVLAR NOMEX
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Manufactured Fibers –  Synthetic Fibers – Inorganic I NORGANI C BASES GLASS FIBER METALLIC FIBER ALUMINUM STAINLESS STEEL SULFUR CARBON
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Organic vs. Inorganic Organic Made from  carbon , hydrogen,  nitrogen and oxygen. May include other atomic types  (F, S, Cl, Si) Inorganic Made from anything else
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Manufactured vs. Natural Natural fibers Fibers made by  nature Cotton, wool, silk, asbestos Manufactured fibers  Fibers made in  industrial processes   Natural polymers Synthetic polymers
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Fiber Properties Mechanical (stiffness, strength) Sorption (comfort) Solubility (identification, compatibility) Fire resistance (end-use) Staining (identification, end-use) Heat resistance (end-use) Optical (identification)
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Affect on Aesthetics Drape Fiber size, shape Texture Size, structure, surface, shape Hand Size, structure, surface, shape Luster Structure, surface, shape, additives Visual Structure, surface, shape, additives
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course TT 105 taught by Professor Michielsen during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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