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Effects of graphitization on the environmental stability of brominated pitch-based fibers
James R. Gaier
1987 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||James R. Gaier and Melissa E Slabe.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 88899.|
|Contributions||Slabe, Melissa E., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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The microscopic bromine distribution in pitch-based brominated graphite fibers has been measured with a scanning transmission electron microscope by monitoring the Br K alpha1 X-ray intensity.
Synthetic fibers for general use cannot meet the requirements of commercial values. Modified fibers with functional properties, such as antibacterial fibers, UV-protection fibers, flame-retardant (FR) fibers, antistatistic fibers, Effects of graphitization on the environmental stability of brominated pitch-based fibers book far infrared fibers are produced.
Two methods are used for their preparation: one is to change the shape of the fiber cross section or the fiber surface Cited by: Effects of graphitization on the environmental stability of brominated pitch-based fibers book. The kinetics was studied by thermogravimetric analysis of brominated Thornel P and P-X-7 carbon fibers of Amoco Corp., as P-X-7 was more graphitic than P Mesophase pitch-based carbon fibers have much higher oxidation resistance in carbon dioxide in comparison with isotropic pitch-based carbon fibers (Wang and Inagaki, ).
Compared with the untreated fibers, flame retardant treated cellulose fiber gives Cited by: 5. A Study of the Stabilization, Carbonization, and Graphitization of Mesophase Pitch-Based Carbon Fibers, Darren K. Rogers. PDF. A Study of the State-of-the-Art of Material Requirements Planning in Manufacturing Firms in South Carolina, Vanessa L.
Sturr. PDF. The presence of the matrix material provides the shear transfer between the fibers and this also provides good shear properties for the composite material. Protecting the Fibers from Environmental Attack Fibers such as carbon and glass usually have high surface energies.
Moisture can easily adsorb on the surface of these fibers. The fibers begin as an organic fiber, rayon, polyacrylonitrile or pitch which is called the precursor. The precursor is then stretched, oxidized, carbonized and graphitized. There are many ways to produce these fibers, but the relative amount of exposure at temperatures from C results in greater or less graphitization of the fiber.5/5(5).
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