## 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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erate , and low

neglected at moderate

yields the value of the parameter B and its intercept on the In ( to ) axis leads to

the ...

erate , and low

**load**levels . Assuming that the re - formation process can beneglected at moderate

**load**levels , the slope of the linear curve of In ( 16 ) vs . Oyields the value of the parameter B and its intercept on the In ( to ) axis leads to

the ...

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Here a is the diffusion constant , Pm ( y ) are the usual Legendre functions , t ,

and to are

during the

of ...

Here a is the diffusion constant , Pm ( y ) are the usual Legendre functions , t ,

and to are

**load**and unload periods ( Fig . 2 ) and oo is the constant**load**appliedduring the

**load**period . These recurrence equations relate sand at the beginningof ...

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The fabric model is then subject to increasing

. This

The fabric model is then subject to increasing

**load**until the weakest unit cell fails. This

**load**at first break is recorded . Upon tensile failure of this cell , local lateral**load**sharing and axial recovery length rules are activated to redistribute the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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