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Point-Bonded Polymer Nonwovens and Their Rupture in Stretching
The work aims at the experimental investigation and theoretical modeling of the physical phenomena responsible for thermal bonding of polymer fibers in nonwovens and their effect on such mechanical properties as the nonwoven ...
Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition in Pipes: The Analytical Theory
Here we discuss the fundamental aspects of the Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition (DDT) phenomenon in the framework of an analytical theory. This approach is capable to predict the pressure rise and the shock wave speed ...
Wearable Transparent Thermal Sensors and Heaters based on Metal-Plated Fibers and Nanowires
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018-10-18)
Electrospun metal-plated nanofibers and supersonically sprayed nanowires were used to fabricate hybrid films exhibiting superior low sheet resistance and transparency. The films are suitable to serve as thermal sensors and ...
Forced Vibration of a Heated Wire Subjected to Nucleate Boiling
Vapor bubble nucleation during subcooled boiling on thin strip wire heaters and the resultant vibrations are studied experimentally. The results show how the subcooled boiling- induced vibrations (SBIV) are intrinsically ...
On the Nature of the Superspreaders
This is a review article on the basic and the latest achievements on superspreading. The complete and fast spreading of droplets on many surfaces in the nature is a special phenomenon discovered in 1960-ies. Intensive ...