interfibre

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interfibre

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interfiber

adj
occurring or situated between two or more fibres
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Hair movement depends on the properties of the individual fibers--degree of damage and wave pattern--as well as the degree of interfiber interactions.
4c); the interfiber space is considerably widened with epoxy matrix filled in, and some of the basalt fiber surfaces are covered by epoxy matrix.
(Canada), Interfiber (Poland), Solvaira Specialties (U.S.), Unipektin Ingredients AG (Switzerland), AdvoCare International, L.P.
Conventional refractive index profiler (IFA-100; Interfiber Analysis, LLC) was also tested, but the device did not operate for fibers of irregular diameter of ours.
This approach does not satisfy interfiber sectional equilibrium; hence, more advanced (higher-order) beam theories have been recently investigated which satisfy interfiber sectional equilibrium in an average sense [18-21].
Li, "The effect of fiber surface lignin on interfiber bonding," Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology, vol.
[43], the compression of the fiber network of the CNF aerogel takes place upon the bending of individual fibers or by the breakage of interfiber bonds, as well as by the loss of friction between adjacent fibers and the physical entanglement of the fibers.
Measuring of the wall thickness of tubular specimens, fiber diameter, and pore size (interfiber space) was performed using analysis of microphotographs.
The role of interfiber contacts was believed to be the dominating factor for resistance change in the studied braided composites.
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.e.
It forms a film or silicone on each individual fiber which reduces interfiber friction and thereby enhances the fiberfill's natural elasticity.