Design Automation by Bushnell M.

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1989. Apparatus for making a spun fleece from endless synthetic-resin filament. US Patent No. 4812112. Batchelor, G. , 2002. An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Batra, S. , 2012. Introduction to Nonwovens, DEStech Publishing, Lancaster. Baumgarten, P. , 1971. Electrostatic spinning of acrylic microfibers. J. Colloid. Interface Sci. 36, 71–79. , 2003. Experimental evidence for an intrinsic route to polymer melt fracture phenomena: A nonlinear instability of viscoelastic poiseuille flow.

The first Reifenhauser system was introduced in 1989 and modified the full-width slot concept of Kimberly Clark’s technology. 11. It integrates the spinneret block with the quenching and draw system into a single closed unit. The next major development relates to the use of bicomponent fibers in the spunbond process. The earliest patent discussing the manufacture of a bicomponent fiber may well have been granted to DuPont in 1934. A series of subsequent developments followed. Hills (1992) patented the multicomponent spin pack in 1992.

3. 4. 6, respectively. e. freely jointed with each other (Flory 1969, de Gennes 1979, Doi and Edwards (1986). Such a macromolecule is comprised of N segments, each of length b. The total length of a fully stretched macromolecule is then L = Nb. The rigid segments are called Kuhn segments. A real macromolecular chain consisting of n monomers is idealized as a random walk of N Kuhn segments, which are not monomers, nor is N identical to the degree of polymerization n. e. N is close to 1, it is rather inflexible, almost rod-like.

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