Strength Characteristics of the Filaments and a Basalt Fiber Roving at Different Clamping Lengths and Deformation Rates
The strength properties of filaments and a basalt fiber roving of industrial production were investigated at different clamping lengths and deformation rates. The deformation rate for filaments was varied from 1 to 20 mm/min, but the clamping lengths selected were 10, 20, 30, and 50 mm. No clamping-length-dependence of strength parameters of the roving in the range of 350-600 mm was detected. The results found for basalt fiber filaments were compared with published data for Kevlar29 aramid, T300 carbon, and Advantex glass fiber filaments.
Keywordsstrength basalt fiber filament roving
The authors are gratefull to the assistant director of NPO “Stekloplastik” B. K. Gromkow for the support and attention to this work.
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