The surface treatment by physical method of jute fiber using air plasma was investigated. Fiber was treated by the atmospheric plasma with various conditions of power 50W and different treatment times (from 1 min to 7 min). After treatment, the characteristics of fiber changed remarkably and fiber surface observed by SEM analyze showed a better morphology for adhesion. The result showed that tensile strength and Young’s modulus of jute fiber were slightly improved, however there was a remarkable improvement interface adhesion between fibers and polypropylene (PP) resin.
Although bamboo fibers have well mechanical properties but they are brittle caused impossibility to make fabric like jute of flax fibers. Two kinds of bamboo fibers, having industrial application are short fiber and long fiber for making mat. Polypropylene (PP)-short bamboo fiber composites have been carried out research systematically in Polymer Centre of Hanoi University.
Ebook Mechanical properties of materials has contents: Uniaxial mechanical response, thermodynamics of mechanical response, composites, general concepts of stress and strain, yield and plastic flow, fracture.
Most plastic materials are used because they have desirable mechanical
properties at an economical cost. For this reason, the mechanical properties
may be considered the most important of all the physical and chemical
properties of high polymers for most applications. Thus everyone working
with such materials needs at least an elementary knowledge of their mechanical
behavior and how this behavior can be modified by the numerous
structural factors that can be varied in polymers.
The objective of study was to evaluate some of the physical and mechanical properties of medium density fiberboard (MDF) panels laminated with veneer sheets compressed at different levels of pressure and temperature. Rotary peeled veneer samples of European beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) were compressed at temperatures of 150 C, 180 C, and 200 C using 4 MPa and 6 MPa pressure for 8 min. Commercially produced MDF samples also were laminated with such compressed veneer sheets.
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Various combinations of stitches, tucks, and floats give also different width and length of knit. The goal of this study is to investigate the influence of different knitting structure elements and their position in the knit on deformation properties of plain weft-knitted fabrics.
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Mechanical properties of film coats
Michael E.Aulton SUMMARY This chapter discusses the need for a film coat to possess the correct mechanical properties. One of the requirements of a film coat is that it should provide adequate protection to the dosage form. The capacity of the film coat to afford physical protection depends to a large extent on its mechanical characteristics. After considering those desirable properties, the chapter explains how to assess such properties. It also explains the need for a standardized approach to film preparation prior to testing.
There is a vast multitude of materials with strongly differing properties. A
copper wire, for instance, can be bent easily into a new shape, whereas a
rubber band will snap back to its initial form after deformation, while the
attempt to bend a glass tube ends with fracture of the tube. The strongly
differing properties are reflected in the application of engineering materials –
you would neither want to build cars of glass nor rubber bridges. The multitude
of materials enables the engineer to select the best-suited one for any
Fiber composite technology is based on taking advantage of the high strength and
high stiffness of fibers, which are combined with matrix materials of similar/
dissimilar natures in various ways, creating inevitable interfaces. In fiber composites,
both the fiber and the matrix retain their original physical and chemical identities,
yet together they produce a combination of mechanical properties that cannot be
achieved with either of the constituents acting alone, due to the presence of an
interface between these two constituents.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học trên tạp chí khoa học vật lý quốc tế đề tài: Using of HPLC Analysis for Evaluation of Residual Monomer Content in Denture Base Material and Their Effect on Mechanical Properties