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Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp 195–198 | Cite as

Thermal relaxation of polyvinyl alcohol fibre

  • Z. F. Prokhorova
  • L. E. Utevskii
  • K. E. Perepelkin
  • G. P. Vasil'kova
Science And Technology: Physicomechanical Properties And Processing Of Chemical Fibres
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Conclusions

1. The physical, mechanical and physicochemical properties of industrial Vinol yarns, obtained by thermal relaxation with a specified shrinkage, have been studied.

2. The nature of the elongation change in yarns during thermal relaxation with a specified degree of shrinkage is explained by the fact that, with an increase in the degree of shrinkage, the order along the axis decreases and across the axis is increased.

3. The possibility has been demonstrated of preparing high-strength Vinol yarns with adequate tensile strength and elongation.

Keywords

Polymer Alcohol Tensile Strength Shrinkage Physicochemical Property 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Z. F. Prokhorova
  • L. E. Utevskii
  • K. E. Perepelkin
  • G. P. Vasil'kova

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