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Fibrous Materials

by Krishan Kumar Chawla

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Materials science,
  • Solid State Physics,
  • Material Science,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Chemistry - General,
  • Engineering - General,
  • Science-Chemistry - General,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Technology-Engineering - General,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCambridge Solid State Science Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages309
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7748948M
    ISBN 100521619858
    ISBN 109780521619851

    Edited by a leading expert in the field with contributions from experienced researchers in fibers and textiles, this handbook reviews the current state of fibrous materials and provides a broad overview of their use in research and development. Volume One focuses on the classes of fibers, their production and characterization, while the second volume concentrates on their . The book explores the state of the art in the mechanics of fibrous media, providing an overview of the theoretical, modelling and practical aspects of designing and working with these materials. It al.

      Fibrous composites are materials consisting of lightweight, high modulus fibers inbedded in a surrounding material called the matrix. These composites have properties that vary with the direction of : Carl T. Herakovich. This comprehensive sourcebook describes the chemical, physical, and mineralogical aspects of fibrous inorganic materials, both synthetic and naturally occurring. A general description of the fibrous state, the range of compounds that can adopt this form, and an overview of the characteristics unique to such materials form the backbone of the book.

    fibrous: [adjective] containing, consisting of, or resembling fibers. characterized by fibrosis. capable of being separated into fibers. Natural fibrous cellulose (cotton) and household porous cellulose (sponge) as supporting monolithic materials were employed for the immobilization of a photoredox catalyst to prepare unique heterogeneous catalyst composites, which were able to effectively regulate controlled radical polymerization of diverse monomers under low energy visible by:


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Fibrous materials are essentially collections of individual fibers assembled via frictions into more or less integrated structures (Fig. ).Any external stimulus on such a system has to be transmitted between fibers through either the fiber contacts and/or the medium filling the pores formed by the fibers.

Thermal and moisture transport in fibrous materials provides a comprehensive guide of the technological developments and scientific understanding in this area. The first section summarises the structure, geometry and stereology of fibrous materials. The fundamentals of wetting and its dynamics are also discussed.

This new updated edition provides an unrivaled Fibrous Materials book of fibrous materials, their processing, microstructure, properties, and applications. The entire range of fibrous materials is discussed in depth, from natural polymeric fibers such as silk and vegetable fibers, and synthetic polymeric fibers such as aramid and polyethylene, to metallic fibers including steel, tungsten, Nb-Ti, and Format: Hardcover.

This book is about the processing, microstructure and properties of materials in fibrous form. The range of fibrous materials covered spans natural polymeric fibres such as silk, synthetic polymeric fibres such as aramid and polyethylene, metallic fibres such as steel and tungsten, and ceramic fibres such as alumina and silicon : Paperback.

The entire range of fibrous materials is discussed in depth, from natural polymeric fibers such as silk and vegetable fibers, and synthetic polymeric fibers such as aramid and polyethylene, to metallic fibers including steel, tungsten, Nb-Ti, and Nb3Sn, ceramic fibers such as alumina and silicon carbide, and carbon and Fibrous Materials book fibers.

Moreover, due to their porous structure, fibrous materials offer good sound absorption and are widely used in acoustic insulation. Fibrous materials are usually flexible, but made rigid, by means of additives, into desired shapes.

Until the mid-twentieth century, most of the usage of fibrous materials reserved for clothing and other household uses. This new updated edition provides an unrivaled overview of fibrous materials, their processing, microstructure, properties, and applications.

The entire range of fibrous materials is discussed in depth, from natural polymeric fibers such as silk and vegetable fibers, and synthetic polymeric fibers such as aramid and polyethylene, to metallic fibers including steel, tungsten, Author: Krishan Chawla. The book concludes with chapters on the human thermoregulatory system, interfacing between fibrous materials and the human body and innovative computer modelling simulations.

Thermal and moisture transport in fibrous materials is an essential reference for all those involved in the textile industry, especially those concerned with the design. This book is about the processing, microstructure and properties of materials in fibrous form.

The range of fibrous materials covered spans natural polymeric fibres such as silk, synthetic polymeric fibres such as aramid and polyethylene, metallic fibres such as steel and tungsten, and ceramic fibres such as alumina and silicon carbide.

The author explains the. This book is about the processing, microstructure and properties of materials in fibrous form. The range of fibrous materials covered spans natural polymeric fibres such as silk, synthetic polymeric fibres such as aramid and polyethylene, metallic fibres such as steel and tungsten, and ceramic fibres such as alumina and silicon : Krishan Kumar Chawla.

This new updated edition provides an unrivaled overview of fibrous materials, their processing, microstructure, properties, and applications. The entire range of fibrous materials is discussed in depth, from natural polymeric fibers such as silk and vegetable fibers, and synthetic polymeric fibers such as aramid and polyethylene, to metallic fibers including steel, tungsten, Brand: Cambridge University Press.

"This new updated edition provides an unrivaled overview of fibrous materials, their processing, microstructure, properties, and applications.

The entire range of fibrous materials is discussed in depth, from natural polymeric fibers such as silk and vegetable fibers, and synthetic polymeric fibers such as aramid and polyethylene, to metallic fibers including steel, tungsten, Nb-Ti, and.

Fibrous Materials by Chawla, Krishan Kumar and Krishan Kumar, Chawla and Clarke, D. available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. Describes the processing, microstructure and properties of materials in fibrous form. Covers the. In this chapter we describe synthetic polymeric fibers, which saw tremendous advancement in the last half of the twentieth century.

In fact, a reasonable case can be made that the so-called age of fibers began with the advent of synthetic fibers such as nylon, polyester, etc.

in the late s and early s. Many companies such as DuPont, Monsanto, BASF, Hoechst, ICI, etc. It covers the whole range of fibrous materials - polymeric, metallic, ceramic, glass and carbon, along with natural fibres of animal, vegetable and An organised and well-presented book, it could form the core text of a stimulating senior course or thought provoking reading for a.

Interferometry of Fibrous Materials shows how interferometric methods can be used in optical, synthetic, and natural fiber analysis. This practical volume features a large number of both color and black and white interferograms to enhance understanding of how interferometry is used to determine a fibre's optical properties.5/5(1).

As one of the most important classes of soft materials, supramolecular materials are of a mixture of networks of molecular chains/fibrils and a liquid. These self-assembled fibrous/ molecular architectures exhibit various functionalities, ie.

superhydrophobicity or superior mechanical strength, etc. and consist of the controllable structures. This new updated edition provides an unrivaled overview of fibrous materials, their processing, microstructure, properties, and applications.

The entire range of fibrous materials is discussed in depth, from natural polymeric fibers such as silk and vegetable fibers, and synthetic polymeric fibers such as aramid and polyethylene, to metallic fibers including steel, tungsten, Nb-Ti, and Brand: Krishan Chawla.

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Fiber or fibre (from Latin: fibra) is a natural or man-made substance that is significantly longer than it is wide. Fibers are often used in the manufacture of other materials.

The strongest engineering materials often incorporate fibers, for example carbon fiber and ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene. Synthetic fibers can often be produced very cheaply and in large.

The book explores the state of the art in the mechanics of fibrous media, providing an overview of the theoretical, modelling and practical aspects of designing and working with these materials.

It also describes the advanced methods needed to handle their specific features, including the mechanics of generalized continua, dedicated.This book is devoted to a nontraditional class of materials which are manufactured by the melt-blowing process - i.e.

by extrusion of polymer melt followed by fiber stretching with a gas stream. For the first time extensive data on classical and modern modifications of this technology are generalized and a review is given of extrusion head dies. Read "Fibrous and Textile Materials for Composite Applications" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

This book focuses on the fibers and textiles used in composite materials. It presents both existing technologies current Brand: Springer Singapore.