## 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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( 13 ) over a large number of cycles is not feasible using the experimentally

observed

and By very carefully to shift the domain to very small

large ...

( 13 ) over a large number of cycles is not feasible using the experimentally

observed

**values**of By and Sp . Therefore , it is necessary to scale**values**of loand By very carefully to shift the domain to very small

**values**of By and sufficientlylarge ...

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According to the equation shown in Figure 2 , the fractional surface coverage is

given by cos 0 a - cos 0 au * cos 0 ai – cos 0 au True changes in X result from

changes in cos 6

According to the equation shown in Figure 2 , the fractional surface coverage is

given by cos 0 a - cos 0 au * cos 0 ai – cos 0 au True changes in X result from

changes in cos 6

**values**as a result of chemical or physical loss ( evaporation ...Page 380

The

the second level and then tends to level ... The

the method described earlier from the set of

The

**value**of u decreases rapidly as the pressure level increases from the first tothe second level and then tends to level ... The

**values**of n and C are obtained bythe method described earlier from the set of

**values**of F / A and N / A . It was felt ...### 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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