fiber and fabric basics 1-8-08

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1 Fiber and Fabric Basics Douglas J. Gardner Professor Wood-Polymer Hybrid Composites Fibers •a r am i d
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2 Surface Energy of Fibers Material Surface Free Energy (mJ/m2) Carbon (intermediate modulus) 50 - 56 Carbon (high modulus) 40 - 50 Glass (untreated) 55 - 65 Glass (sized) 30 - 46 Aramid (Kevlar ® ) 40-46 Wood 40-60 Fiber Terminology Denier - unit of fineness for fibers. The weight in grams of 9000 meters of yarn or fiber. Pulp - mass or group of short fibers with high degree of fibrillation Braid - woven or plaited flat, round, or tubular narrow fabric. Yarn - twisted strand Roving - collection of parallel continuous strands Tow (strand)- untwisted bundle of continuous fibers
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3 Fiber Terminology Continued Filament count - numbers of fibers in a tow Cord - heavy string consisting of fiber strands woven or twisted together Felt - (1) Pressed: A non woven fabric treated by a suitable combination of mechanical action, pressure, heat, and
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course AEWC 430 taught by Professor Dg during the Fall '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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