investigation of fiber splitting in side-by-side

An Efficient Bicomponent TiO2/SnO2 Nanofiber

In this communication we demonstrate that the electrospinning process with a side-by-side dual spinneret can be a simple approach for fabricating bicomponent TiO2/SnO2 nanofibers with controllable heterojunctions Specifically both of the TiO2 and SnO2 components in the nanofibers are fully exposed to the surface This morphology fully utilized the photogenerated holes and electrons during

13th Annual International TANDEC Nonwovens Conference

The 13th Annual International TANDEC Nonwovens Conference will be held at UT Conference Center Knoxville Tennessee November 18-20 2003 It will focus on several exciting areas of the nonwovens industry and technology in-cluding: 1 New Developments and Technology in Nonwovens 2 Innovations in Spunbond and Meltblown Technology 3 Nonwoven Composites and New Applications

Structural and Functional Fibers

Side-by-side geometry fibers have also been produced with electrospinning In one example one side of the fiber is polyvinylpyrrolidone K60 (PVP K60) and the other side of the fiber is ethyl cellulose (EC) and both sides contain the drug ketoprofen The side with PVP K60 has a very rapid drug release rate whereas the EC side has a relatively slow drug release rate By blending PVP K60 into

Building lightweight structures with carbon‐fiber

In comparison to fiber‐reinforced concrete which is produced by adding fibers with a length of 10–100 mm to the mixture the FRP bars and textile reinforcement elements can be placed in the regions where tensile stresses occur and reinforcement is required The elements have a tensile strength of up to 300 MPa if natural fibers are used up to 1 600 MPa if AR‐glass fibers are used up

Specialty Markets — Bicomponent Fibers

Specialty Markets — Bicomponent Fibers July 19 2010 B icomponent melt-spun fibers were first commercialized in the middle of the 20th century in the form of fibers with sheath/core and side-by-side cross sections (See Figure 1) Very quickly a primary application for the sheath/core bicomponent cross section evolved: By employing a lower-melting-temperature (Tm) polymer in the sheath

Modern Physics Letters B

Configurations considered are twin jets side-by-side and triple jets in tandem Computations are carried out at the jet to cross-flow velocity ratio of 2 5 and the Reynolds number 225 based on the free-stream quantities and the jet width D For twin jets results show that in the vicinity of jet exits the merging of two counter rotating vortex pairs (CRVP) is strongly dependent on the gap of

Modular organization of cerebellar climbing fiber inputs

Please show red and green images from two-photon microscopy side-by-side along with an overlay image 5) Group II/III zones contain zebrin-positive and zebrin-negative zones but this distinction is not made in the analyses for the group II/III zones This is contrary to the analyses for groups I and IV where different functions are described for CF in zebrin -positive and zebrin -negative

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Science of

The Federal Bureau of Investigation offers identification service free of charge for official use to all law enforcement agencies in this country and to foreign law enforcement agencies which cooperate in the International Exchange of Identification Data Through this centralization of records it is now possible for an officer to have available a positive source of information relative to the

Advanced Functional Materials: Vol 30 No 6

The rational design of the interfacial electrocatalyst heterostructure MoS 2 is guided by the kinetics investigation By optimizing the electronic structure based on the simultaneous modulation of the 3d‐band‐offsets of Ni Co and Mo near the interface superior pH‐universal hydrogen evolution performances are achieved which opens up a new strategy in the design of highly efficient ele

Investigation of Fiber Splitting in Side

Investigation of Fiber Splitting in Side-by- By Splitting Side-by-side Bicomponent Meltblown Nonwoven Webs Additive Christine (qin Sun____ Side Bicomponent and Meltblown Nonwoven Abstract I am submitting herewith a thesis written by Jihua Xiao entitled "Investigation of Fibe Year: 2004 OAI identifier: oai:CiteSeerX psu:10

Strengthening of Corroded Reinforced SCC

Corrosion is one of the major problems affecting the durability of reinforced concrete (RC) structures This paper investigates the effect of rebar corrosion on the performance of reinforced self-consolidating concrete (SCC) members and the effectiveness of repair A control RC member which has no corrosion problem was prepared to compare against corroded and repaired members

Characters D6 / Bastila Shan (Human Old Republic Jedi Padawan)

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Nonwovens: Current Trends Opportunities

The fiber size after splitting is dependent on the diameter of the original fiber the number of segments and the spinning parameters There are a few limitations to the segmented pie structure However wedged shaped fibers formed during the splitting tend to pack densely and often this may lead to low tear resistance A hybrid structure composed of two or more bicomponent fibers can lead to

Janus particles: from concepts to environmentally friendly

Janus particles represent a unique group of patchy particles combining two or more different physical or chemical functionalities at their opposite sides Especially individual Janus particles (JPs) with both chemical and geometrical anisotropy as well as their assembled layers provide considerable advantages over the conventional monofunctional particles or surfactant molecules offering (a

In Sequoia sempervirens LAWSON (7) reported a longitudinal

ing side by side but soon twisting about one another and jointly looping into the form of a C He states that this is a pairing and not a longitudinal splitting of the chromatin elements and that the num-ber of pairs is haploid Also the twisting of the chromosomes about one another is identical with their behavior in what is generally re-

Specialty Markets — Bicomponent Fibers

Specialty Markets — Bicomponent Fibers July 19 2010 B icomponent melt-spun fibers were first commercialized in the middle of the 20th century in the form of fibers with sheath/core and side-by-side cross sections (See Figure 1) Very quickly a primary application for the sheath/core bicomponent cross section evolved: By employing a lower-melting-temperature (Tm) polymer in the sheath

5208 Asbestos Appendix J

Asbestos Appendix J Polarized Light Microscopy of Asbestos Non-Mandatory Method number: ID-191 Matrix: Bulk Collection Procedure: Collect approximately 1 to 2 grams of each type of material and place into separate 20 mL scintillation vials Analytical Procedure: A portion of each separate phase is analyzed by gross examination phase-polar examination and central stop dispersion


Different from piezoelectric and other fiber acoustic emission sensors this novel sensor includes both a sensing skeleton and a sensing fiber Second a heterodyne interferometric demodulating method is presented In addition a fiber-optic ring sensor acoustic emission system is built based on this method Finally fiber-optic ring acoustic emission experiments are performed The novel fiber

Electrospun silk biomaterial scaffolds for regenerative

Electrospun silk biomaterial scaffolds for regenerative medicine single filament elongation or splitting of a fiber into several smaller fibers Many investigators supporting the single fiber theory reported that the fiber jet undergoes a chaotic whipping and bending trajectory while accelerating towards the collector due to repulsive interactions among like charges in the polymer jet

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

In the present investigation Aluminium (Al7075) is TongWein as base matrix metal Tungsten Carbide (WC) particulate and Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2) as reinforcements The metal matrix composites are fabricated by stir-casting process The Tungsten Carbide particulate was added in proportions of 2% 4% 6% 8% and 10% and Molybdenum Disulphide was added in constant proportion of 4% on mass


ABSTRACT SCHENK ANNETTE KERSTIN Study of the Impact of the Nonwoven Substrate Formation on Artificial Leather (Under the direction of Dr Behnam Pourdeyhimi ) Since 30 years the artificial leather industry is mainly located in Asian countries as common production processes faced little or no restrictions and regulations in terms of hazardous chemical usage over there Nowadays available

Investigation of Fiber Splitting in Side

Twelve side-by-side bicomponent meltblown webs were produced at varied bicomponent ratios (67/34 50/50 34/67) where additives were applied to one component in each bicomponent web The fiber splitting was induced using hot water without any mechanical agitation The fiber structure was examined through Scanning Electronic Microscopy (SEM) The effect of the water treatment on web properties

Fiber optic coherence meter

31 05 1988The other fiber face may be moved either laterally in a plane common to the stationary face or longitudinally into and out of the common plane The output end of the device comprises two separate rear fiber faces that are held in a common plane These faces are stationary There is no lateral or longitudinal motion of one relative to the other The light emerging from these two faces

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