Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp 235–239 | Cite as

Some features of spinning hollow fibres from polycarbonatesiloxane melts

  • T. M. Getmanyuk
  • A. L. Yarin
  • I. M. Velikanova
  • L. P. Braverman
  • R. G. Papernik
Chemistry And Technology Of Man-Made Fibres

Conclusions

The following parameters have been determined as a result of calculations: fibre tension, solidification path length, and the change along the spinning path of the following: stretching stresses, speed, radius, wall thickness, and fibre temperature.

It has been shown that, with increase in take-up speed, the length of the section of fibre deformation is reduced, varying practically proportionally to the flow rate of the polymer system.

Stability of the process of spinning hollow fibres from polycarbonatesiloxane melts is assured within a narrow range of stretching force.

Keywords

Polymer Assure Wall Thickness Path Length Narrow Range 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. M. Getmanyuk
  • A. L. Yarin
  • I. M. Velikanova
  • L. P. Braverman
  • R. G. Papernik

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