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High-modulus wholly aromatic fibers
|Statement||edited by W. Bruce Black and J. Preston.|
|Series||Fiber science series -- vol.5|
|Contributions||Black, W. Bruce., Preston, Jack., American Chemical Society. Meeting,|
Aramid fibre is an innovation and modified form of polyamide Nylon. Further innovations were carried out to develop a fibre which can have enormous advantages over nylon fibres and possess unique properties such as ultra-high strength, rigid & highly oriented molecular structure, lightweight, low flammability, resistance to abrasion & organic solvents, : Ashok Hakoo. 4 Other high modulus-high tenacity (HM-HT) fibres from linear polymers 93 d beers, r j young, c l so, d j sikkema, k e perepelkin and g weedon Melt-spun wholly aromatic polyester 93 PBO and related polymers PIPD or ‘M5’ rigid-rod polymer Russian aromatic fibres
Two of the polymers have been wet spun into fibers. Results of a study of the solution polycondensation of seven aromatic diamines with bisacid A2 are reported. “High Modulus Wholly Aromatic Cited by: 7. Emphasizes polymer compositions and related fiber structures and properties. Reviews conventional and high-performance fibers, modifications of aromatic polymers, and liquid crystalline polymers, then goes on to cover aromatic polyamides, polyhydrazides, polyesters, polyazomethines, polyimides, and heterocyclic by:
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Get this from a library. High-modulus wholly aromatic fibers: papers. [William Bruce Black; Jack Preston; American Chemical Society. Division of Cellulose, Wood, and Fiber Chemistry.; American Chemical Society. Division of Polymer Chemistry.;]. fibers from wholly aromatic polymers.
The first fiber of this type was that from poly-m-phenyleneisophthalamide (Nomex®), ci—co. CO—Cl di met hy lacetami d e —NH ^-co^co. (1) Nomex® and this fiber was probably intended for use as a nonflat-spotting tirecord. The cost of this fiber was, however, far too expensive for use as a conventional tirecord.
However, some. Fibers were produced from a series of such polymers containing from 50 mole % meta-oriented phenylene rings to mole % para-oriented ones. Fiber from the wholly para-oriented type of polymer exhibited very high strength and modulus: and g/den, respectively, at % by: These fibers were then chemically converted to polyimides by immersing them in an acetic anhydride-pyridine mixture and heat-drawn.
Relatively lower crystalline polyimides such as polypyromellitimides of aromatic diamines bearing chlorine substituent on the nuclei or random copolyimides had better drawability and gave fibers having higher tensile strength than higher crystalline by: 5. Wholly aromatic polyesterimide fibers were prepared from rigid aromatic diamines and 4, 4′- (arylene-dioxydicarbonyl) diphthalic anhydride by wet-spinning the N-methylpyrrolidone solutions of their precursor poly- (amic acids) and then imidizing the fibers general, higher crystalline polymers gave fibers having higher initial modulus (M i), but lower tenacity (T) than lower.
The IM6 carbon fibers and the IM6/Avimid-N composite are subjected to isothermal heating at selected temperatures up to C. Thermal oxidation of the IM6 fibers is characterize y determining: (1) continuous weight loss, and (2) change of fiber surface morphology, during isothermal heating histories.
High-Modulus Wholly Aromatic Fibers. Wholly Ordered Polyamide-Hydrazides and Poly-1,3,4-oxadiazole—Amides. High-Modulus Wholly Aromatic Fibers: Introduction to the Symposium and Historical Perspective.
Journal of Macromolecular Science: Part A - Chemistry7 (1), DOI: / Colin Clark-Monks, Bryan Ellis. The fibers also exhibit particularly good resistance to organic solvents.
High performance wholly aromatic polyamide fibers are provided possessing a novel chemical by: Blends of wool with high performance fibers is studied in order to investigate possible synergistic effect. Blends of wool with PBO do not enhance the FR performance of wool.
A manufactured high-modulus fibre made from a long-chain synthetic aromatic polyamide in which at least 85% of the amide linkages join two aromatic rings. Axial compression fatigue The tendency of a fibre to fail when it is subjected to cyclic loading which exertsFile Size: KB.
Poly-p-phenylenebenzobisoxazole (PBO) is one of the rigid-rod polymers, the fiber of which shows high modulus and high strength. High-strength and high-modulus fibers Super fiber History Liquid crystalline Aramid fiber Polyarylate fiber Ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene fiber Gel spinning This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check by: 2.
High-modulus low-shrinkage PET fibers are used in passenger car tires, mooring ropes, and other large-scale industrial end uses, with strength of 8–9 g per denier and elongations of 10–20% .
There are also specialty polyester fibers, such as polyethylene naphthalate, polybutylene terephthalate, by: 2. As a result, the desired high-strength high-modulus fibres could be obtained in a commercially viable process.
The first commercially produced wholly aromatic polyamide fibre was Nomex®, introduced in 1 It is a fully meta-oriented polymer, viz. poly(m-phenyleneisophthalamide). It showed excellent thermal and flame-resistant properties and, unlike the conventional synthetic fibres, it did not drip.
High modulus, high tenacity aromatic polyhydrazide fiber composed of A. a polyterephthal hydrazide unit B. a poly p-benzamide unit and C. a poly p-phenylene terephthalamide unit, Cited by: 6.
Twelve novel intrinsically colored wholly aromatic azopolyamide-hydrazides containing various proportions of para- and meta-phenylene units were successfully synthesized by a low temperature (−10 °C) solution polycondensation reaction of either 4-aminohydroxybenzhydrazide (4A3HBH) or 3-aminohydroxybenzhydrazide (3A4HBH) with an equimolar amount of either 4,4'-azodibenzoyl chloride (4 Cited by: 2.
Insufficient mechanical properties are one of the major obstacles for the wide application of polyimide (PI) fibers, especially utilized as reinforcement in structural composites.
In this work, the copolymerization of two rigid-rod diamines, 2,5-bis(4-aminophenyl)-pyrimidine (PRM) and p-phenylenediamine (PPD), with the 3,3′,4,4′-biphenyltetracarboxylic dianhydride (BPDA) was Cited by: 8. The tensile moduli of wholly aromatic, thermotropic copolyester fibers are typically in the range of to g/d, depending on the specific chemical composition.
The stress-strain behavior of thermotropic copolyester fibers as a function of : Jaffe Michael, Calundann Gordon, Yoon Hyun-Nam. A practical compilation of published technical data on Kevlar fiber. Commences with basic fiber structure and physical properties, proceeding to product applications by the fabrics' market segments, composites, armor systems, rubber goods, ropes, cables and pulp.
In each of these areas product applications are cited to illustrate the level of product utility and motivate new product applications. High-modulus wholly aromatic fibers. I. Wholly ordered polyamide-hydrazides and poly-1,3,4-oxadiazole-amides. J Macromol Sci A Chem ; 7: 45 Cited by: 2.
"Aramid" is formed with a combination of words Ar (Aromatic) + amid (Amides) ARAMID is a synthetic fibre that is produced by spinning a solid fibre from solution. The initial preparation of the polymer is generally achieved by a chemical reaction between Author: Ashok Hakoo.Surveys the state-of-knowledge in the development of polymers and high-strength fibers, and elucidates their structure-property relationships.
Emphasizes polymer compositions and related fiber structures and properties. Reviews conventional and high-performance fibers, modifications of aromatic polymers, and liquid crystalline polymers, then goes.