Maintaining the high standards set in Part A, this important reference brings you the mostcomprehensive, up-to-date coverage of both recently developed and potentially available fibersfor applications outside the textile industry.Emphasizing practical industrial applications and future research directions for high technologyfibers , Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology: Volume III, Part B sharesresearch developments in high-modulus fibers from organic polymers or inorganic materials... discusses how to predict applications for aramid fibers based upon structure/propertyrelationships .. . sets forth fundamental principles for spinning polymers to fibers . ..reviews the underlying science and technology of fibers derived from thennotropic copolyesters... and more.
Table of Contents
1. Aramid Copolymer Fibers 2. Aramid Structure/Property Relationships and Their Role in Applications Development 3. Fibers from Naphthalene-Based Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Copolyesters 4. Polymer Single Crystal Fibers 5. Aluminum Oxide Fibers 6. Lead Fibers 7. Polystyrene-Based Functional Fibers 8. Bioabsorbable Fibers for Medical Use 9. Spinning Thermotropic Polymers
Lewin, Menachem; Preston, Jack