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NYLON 13. 5 Elongation % at Yeild 1,140 935 875 1,345 2,695 3,200 2,000 2,410 2,850 2,400 2,205 2,480 2,840 2,500 Tensile Strength Yield 0° 65 50 15 55 25 30 65 75 75 65 60 55 80 60 Proportional Limit (90%) % of Strength Unregenerated cellulose fibers are ribbon-like, hence the effective aspect ratio is higher than what was measured. 69 200 Polyester Orion Acrylic 136 Nylon 66 62 200 Nylon 66 Polypropylene 200 35 Rayon Used Newspaper 120* 45* Bleached Softwood Kraft Bleached Hardwood Kraft 55* 120* Whatman Filter Paper Unbleached Softwood Kraft 176* Brown Wrapping Paper l/d Apsect Ratio TABLE I Reinforcement of Polymers 35 in high shear mixers.

Used with asbestos fiber in polypropylene, this grade did show synergistic benefits (3). Table II compares grades of three types of mineral fibers intended as reinforcing fillers. The formulation used would depend on the properties pertinent to end use, ductility or impact strength, modulus, dielectric J . H. Kietzman 56 1500 1400 120 FIG. 2. 140 HEAT 160 180 200 DEFLECTION TEMPERATURE {264 psi) Degrees F 220 Fluxing viscosity versus heat deflection, mineral filled polypropylene. 0 E3 Flexural Fig.

The purposes are the same in either case, the fibers must be separated individually and coated to prevent fiber-to-fiber interaction. Bonding agents are added to promote the adhesion between the fiber and an elastomeric matrix. Such treated cellulose fibers can be commercially obtained ready for incorporation into any of the common elastomers. Generally, a phenolic bonding agent is present in the pretreated cellulose fibers. g. methylene donors) during mixing with the elastomeric matrix components.

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