Thermomechanical Processes in the Production of Mineral Fibers
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A theoretical model for thermomechanical processes in high-temperature gas-blown mineral fiber technology has been developed and its use for engineering analysis of rational production regimes is demonstrated. Ways of updating the fiber buildup nozzle assembly are suggested. A differential equation for description of the model is derived and a method for its solution is given.
KeywordsPolymer Differential Equation Theoretical Model Rational Production Engineering Analysis
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