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Part of the The Textile Institute Book Series Series
Thermal Analysis of Textiles and Fibers offers systematic and comprehensive coverage of the subject, from the principles of fiber structure and established TA methods, to advanced TA techniques and their application to high-performance fibers and textiles. Thermal analysis is a convenient method for assessing fiber and fabric performance as monitored under end-use relevant conditions. Expertise in this field requires knowledge of both TA methods and of fiber behavior, information that is brought together in this new volume. In recent years, thermal analysis has been applied to a variety of novel and high-performance fibers, such as Kevlar, Vectran, PBI, polyolefins, polypropylene, PAN and PVA, amongst others. TA techniques are also used in fiber identification, characterization and stability testing and may be combined with spectroscopic techniques to yield still more information about fiber properties.
|Publication date:||24th March 2020|
|Author:||Michael (Research Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA) Jaffe|
|Publisher:||Woodhead Publishing Ltd an imprint of Elsevier Science & Technology|
|Categories:||Textile & fibre technology,|
Dr Jaffe is a research professor at NJIT, who has authored more than 70 technical publications, ten book chapters and 15 patents. He is a past member of the National Materials Advisory Board, former chairman of the Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering Division of the American Chemical Society and has served on panels of the NSF, DOD, DOE, NASA and NIST. Dr Menczel brings over 30 years of industrial research experience. He holds 6 patents and is the author of more than 60 academic papersMore About Michael (Research Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA) Jaffe