## 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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Page 115

The breaks occur at the weaker points along the fiber

the strain , the fiber fragments become so short that the shear transfer along their

...

The breaks occur at the weaker points along the fiber

**length**. At a given value ofthe strain , the fiber fragments become so short that the shear transfer along their

**lengths**can no longer build up enough tensile stress to cause further failure with...

Page 116

( 2 ) of defect occurrences per unit

interest is the random variable S , the distance between neighboring defects

along the fiber

Pr ' S Zs ) ...

( 2 ) of defect occurrences per unit

**length**, or the intensity of the process . Ofinterest is the random variable S , the distance between neighboring defects

along the fiber

**length**. The probability that S is larger than an arbitrary value s ,Pr ' S Zs ) ...

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In the model , the fabric is discretized into a grid of numerous unit cells of

equal to the repeat unit of the weave . A random number generator in conjunction

with an appropriate * yarn strength distribution is then used to assign a strength ...

In the model , the fabric is discretized into a grid of numerous unit cells of

**length**equal to the repeat unit of the weave . A random number generator in conjunction

with an appropriate * yarn strength distribution is then used to assign a strength ...

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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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