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DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACE STRUCTURE OF STABILIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE FIBERS DURING SLOW CARBONIZATION TO CARBON FIBERS

@inproceedings{Gutmann2018DEVELOPMENTOS,
  title={DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACE STRUCTURE OF STABILIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE FIBERS DURING SLOW CARBONIZATION TO CARBON FIBERS},
  author={Patrick Gutmann and Eva Laukmanis and Judith Moosburger-Will and Siegfried Horn},
  year={2018}
}
Changes in surface structure of polyacrylonitrile fibers during thermal stabilization and carbonization were investigated. To this end, fiber specimens were heated to different final temperatures with a maximal final temperature of 1200°C. Fiber circumference decreases to approximately half of its starting value due to the well-known loss of volume and mass. Surprisingly, the fiber topography shows only minor changes within the resolution of the experiment. The contribution of different length… 

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