## Science and Technology of Fibers and Related Materials: Proceedings of the Fiber Society 50th Anniversary Technical Conference Held in Princeton, New Jersey, August 19-23, 1990 |

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That the solutions form a discrete set ( to a good approximation ) is a

consequence of our choice of fabric ; this particular fabric was chosen for its

relatively

qualitative terms ...

That the solutions form a discrete set ( to a good approximation ) is a

consequence of our choice of fabric ; this particular fabric was chosen for its

relatively

**elastic**behaviour , being plain woven from a nylon monofilament . Inqualitative terms ...

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Imagine a thin

shape of some arbitrary space curve C . Suppose that the tube was initially

straight with a straight line drawn along its length ; then the twist of the tube is the

rate of ...

Imagine a thin

**elastic**tube threaded onto a rigid length of wire which has theshape of some arbitrary space curve C . Suppose that the tube was initially

straight with a straight line drawn along its length ; then the twist of the tube is the

rate of ...

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Strictly speaking , these mechanisms are not independent so that we can only

calculate the total stored

summation of the respective curvatures and torsions . However , consider for a

moment a ...

Strictly speaking , these mechanisms are not independent so that we can only

calculate the total stored

**elastic**energy once we know the net vectorialsummation of the respective curvatures and torsions . However , consider for a

moment a ...

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### Contents

M | 33 |

Strain Rate Effects in Ultrastrong Polyethylene Fibers and Composites | 45 |

Morphology and Near Tm Behavior of High Performance Ultrahigh | 67 |

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