interfibre

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interfibre

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interfiber

adj
occurring or situated between two or more fibres
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We see different numbers of such gaps in the central area and in the stress concentration area nearby the rupture site; the number of defects increased twice--much more of interfiber gaps occur in the stress concentration zone.
The Active Cradle with the PINSpacer NT improves the drafting process by an enhanced interfiber friction in the main draft zone.
In the current configuration, the interfiber crack is modeled as crack-through process, i.
It forms a film or silicone on each individual fiber which reduces interfiber friction and thereby enhances the fiberfill's natural elasticity.
From this again a resistant, web-like net with very fine interfiber spaces is formed which are clearly smaller than with conventional filter media.
Klingenberg, "Simulations of Fiber Flocculation: Effects of Fiber Properties and Interfiber Friction," J.
Donaldson Ultra-Web media also has smaller interfiber spaces that give the filter higher efficiency--99.
SMA IQ was found to promote interfiber bonding and can be considered a good dry strength additive.
Since IB measures bonding between fibers in the subaxial direction, bond strength depends more on interfiber bonds between lignin and other wood components.
3]) in a hot press by a process in which the entire interfiber bond is created by the added binder.
Interfiber Failure Criteria for Composite Materials under Static and Dynamic Loading
It was inferred that twisted/ coiled MJ nanofibers led to better interfiber connectivity and significantly reduced resistivity, when compared with that for fairly straight PR-24 nanofibers.