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Measurement Methods of Dynamic Yarn Tension in a Ring Spinning Process
The most common measuring method to characterise the dynamic yarn path in the ring spinning process is to measure the yarn tension, where the yarn path is almost straight. However, it is much moreExpand
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Effects of Topographic Structure on Wettability of Woven Fabrics
Each surface is characterised by its chemical composition, a certain surface geometry and roughness. The interaction of liquids with textile fabrics may involve one or several physical phenomena suchExpand
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Chemically guided topography in alkylsilane- and oligosiloxane-modified silica nanoparticle coatings: from very hydrophobic surfaces to “pearl” bouncing droplets
The surface of silica nanoparticles has been modified using four sets of reagents: trimethoxysilanes (TMS), methoxysilanes (MS), dimethoxysilanes (DMS), and polydimethylsiloxanes (PDMS).Expand
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Paper Recommendation Based on Citation Relation
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This paper focuses on graph-based recommendation systems for academic papers using citation networks. Expand
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Influence of Fibre Length and Preparation on Mechanical Properties of Carbon Fibre/Polyamidea 6 Hybrid Yarns and Composites
The aim of this paper was to investigate the effect of carbon fibre (CF) length and preparation prior to carding on the mechanical properties of hybrid yarns as well as composites consisting of CFExpand
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Development of a process chain for the production of high-performance 100% metal spun yarns based on planed metal staple fibres
The high potential of metal fibres for various technical applications including filtration, electrical, heat and cut resistance or composite applications is still not fully exploited due to theirExpand
Development of a new hybrid yarn construction from recycled carbon fibres for high-performance composites. Part III: Influence of sizing on textile processing and composite properties
The processing of recycled carbon fibres (rCFs) into hybrid yarn constructions is a promising recycling option, converting rCF into products with added value. Along with fibre length and strength,Expand
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High temperature resistant insulated hybrid yarns for carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic composites
With the increased use of carbon fiber reinforced composites (CFRC), the demand for the integration of insulated conductive wire/yarns in CFRC is increasing for additional function integrations suchExpand
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Influence of the Cross-sectional Geometry on Wettability and Cleanability of Polyester Woven Fabrics
Abstract Filament cross-sections used in textiles and composites are becoming more and more complex. The type of cross-sectional shape impacts filament properties and are therefore, yarn and fabricExpand
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