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A technique is developed for the quantitative evaluation of the deformation components of visco-elastic materials when these are subjected to tensile loading, for loads ranging from zero to rupture, under dynamic loading conditions, at constant rates of load, elongation, or strain for different...
Treatments of cotton in the form of yarns and rovings with liquid ammonia are described. Smaller loss of strength as a result of prolonged heating at 160°C was found in these treated yarns. Since no strength changes were found in the fibers, it is concluded that this was due to a greater...
A process for producing continuous-filament casein yarn by pot-spinning is described. The fiber has a tensile strength of 1.0-1.2 grams per denier, elongation of 50 percent, excellent soft ness, and warmth. Fiber evaluation indices are presented.
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