## Solid State Behavior of Linear Polyesters and Polyamides |

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where of and Ti are the

, w , and 1 are the thickness , width , and overlapping length , respectively . From

Eqs . ( 24 ) and ( 25 ) it follows that : 0b . h = til ( 26 ) Using the mechanical test ...

where of and Ti are the

**stress**at break and interface shear**stress**, respectively ; h, w , and 1 are the thickness , width , and overlapping length , respectively . From

Eqs . ( 24 ) and ( 25 ) it follows that : 0b . h = til ( 26 ) Using the mechanical test ...

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( 169 ) have used on - line diameter measurements to compute the

point of crystallization for PET threadlines moving at speeds from 3 , 000 to 6 ,

000 m / min . Both teams report a critical crystallization

cm2 ...

( 169 ) have used on - line diameter measurements to compute the

**stress**at thepoint of crystallization for PET threadlines moving at speeds from 3 , 000 to 6 ,

000 m / min . Both teams report a critical crystallization

**stress**of 9 . 5 x 108 dyne /cm2 ...

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The fiber diameter profile in the drawing zone and the shape of the fiber

corresponding to the three major types of drawing described above are illustrated

in Figure 34 . Drawing

previous ...

The fiber diameter profile in the drawing zone and the shape of the fiber

corresponding to the three major types of drawing described above are illustrated

in Figure 34 . Drawing

**stress**- yield temperature relationship . According toprevious ...

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