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Structure Formation in Polymeric Fibers

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Title: Structure Formation in Polymeric Fibers
Author: David R. Salem
ISBN: 1569903069 / 9781569903063
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 578
Publisher: Hanser Gardner
Year: 2001
Availability: 15-30 days
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This book presents a comprehensive and critical review of the science of fiber formation, with special emphasis on the evolution of microstructure and its relationship to process conditions and molecular properties. The thorough discussion of the structure and properties of most types of polymeric fibers (rigid rod, flexible chain, polymer blends, and copolymers) and the different routes to fiber formation will provide the understanding necessary for solving product and process development problems, and for enhancing productivity and product performance. The book is a primary resource for all scientists and engineers involved in the research and practice of fiber formation and to students taking courses in polymer physics, polymer engineering, fiber science, and chemical engineering. It should also be of value to those interested in the general phenomena of polymer deformation, orientation, and structure development.

Chapter 1 : Variations on a Theme of Uniaxial Orientation
Chapter 2 : Structure Formation During Melt Spinning
Chapter 3 : Advances in the Control of Spinline Dynamics for Enhanced Properties
Chapter 4 : Structure Formation During Drawing of Flexible Chain Polymers
Chapter 5 : Basic Aspects of Solution(Gel)-Spinning and Ultra-Drawing of PE-UHMW
Chapter 6 : Electrospinning and the Formation of Nanofibers
Chapter 7 : Fibers from Liquid Crystalline Polymers·
Chapter 8 : Solvent Spun Cellulose Fibers
Chapter 9 : Carbon Fibers
Chapter 10 : Fibers from Electrically Conductive Polymers
Chapter 11 : Fibers from Polymer Blends and Copolymers
Chapter 12 : Thermomechanical Processing: Structure and Properties
Chapter 13 : Microstructure Characterization
Chapter 14 : Fiber Formation and the Science of Complexity

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