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    Title: Squeezing Flow Models of Thermoplastic Filament Winding
    Authors: Hong-Ru Lin
    Contributors: 應用化學科
    Keywords: Squeezing flow
    Thermoplastic composite materials
    Filament winding
    Date: 1995
    Issue Date: 2010-10-06 14:12:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Squeezing flow was adopted to model the processing of thermoplastic composite materials in filament winding. In the first model, a no-slip boundary condition is assumed to exist at both the free and bonding surface. It is found that the no-slip conditions cause the most flow restriction,thus the longest process times. In the second model, however, it combines slip flow at the free surface with no-slip flow at the bonding surface. It is found that the resin flow is facilitated due to the slip condition, thus reducing the process times. Parametric curves were also reported for both models to show the effects of degree of compaction or variation of the resin viscosity on suggested feedrate.
    Relation: 嘉南學報 21期:p.18-27
    Appears in Collections:[Chna Nan Annual Bulletin] Vol.21 (1995)
    [Dept. of Medicinal Chemistry] Periodical Articles

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