Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp 193–197 | Cite as

Evaluation of the interlayer adhesive reaction of rigid fibres in peeling from the pack

  • V. I. Kiselev
  • T. D. Rudenko
  • D. G. Ivanov
Glass Fibres And Materials Based On Them


Mathematical models and algorithms were developed for determining the effective angle of separation and specific adhesive energy for rigid fibres separated from a cylindrical body (pack). The results of the studies confirm the necessity of using the effective angle of separation in calculating the fibre bending rigidity profile in the region of separation from the pack and the energy characteristics, which allows significantly reducing the error of test results.


Polymer Mathematical Model Energy Characteristic Adhesive Energy Cylindrical Body 
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  • V. I. Kiselev
  • T. D. Rudenko
  • D. G. Ivanov

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