Effect Of Aerodynamic Spinning Parameters And Polymer Properties On Fibre Diameter

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2.2. The Effect of Spinning Parameters As with the flow rate a small reduction in fibre diameter was noted with reduced operating voltage. A minimum operating voltage is required to overcome the surface tension of the polymer solution and to permit the formation of a Taylor cone. Increasing the operating voltage beyond this point has the

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Fibers produced by conventional spinning methods are lengthened and thinned by being subjected to rheological, gravitational, tensile, inertial or aerodynamic forces [ ]. In electrospinning, the induced charges under the applied eld creates tensile forces in the axial direction of the ow of the polymer jet that results in ber spinning [ , ].


cartridge speed, voltage, electrode distance and slit diameter had slight effect on fiber diameter since the standard deviations were large; the rotating wire speed and the winding speed had insignificant influence on fiber diameter. 1. Introduction A nanofiber is a fiber with a diameter of 100 nanometers or less[1]. The most attractive feature of

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Ren et al. (2015) have studied the effect of the polymer solution viscoelasticity on the fibre radius and trajectory and the latter publication has also considered the effects of viscoelasticity and surface tension on the jet breakup. Although experimental methods can be used to study CS parametrically, one needs to devote a large amount of time