The effects of jet stretch, stretching in air, and stretching in a plasticizing bath medium on the physicomechanical properties of cuprammonium fibres spun into aqueous-organic systems have been investigated.
The roles of jet stretch and orientation stretch have been demonstrated, and conditions for carrying out these operations have been refined.
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Surnina, Z.A., Pakshver, A.B., Finger, G.G. et al. Effect of stretching conditions on the properties of cuprammonium fibres spun into aqueous-organic baths. Fibre Chem 16, 320–323 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00551375
- Physicomechanical Property
- Bath Medium
- Orientation Stretch