matrix fiber

matrix fiber

[′mā·triks ‚fī·bər]
(textiles)
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A second mixing component (eg thermoplastic matrix fiber, natural fibers or further reinforcing fibers such as glass, basalt, etc.
Magenta will operate with PolyOne's Global Color, Additives and Inks segment, which last month unveiled its new Color Matrix Fiber Colorant Solutions that provide late-stage color injection in fiber applications utilizing liquid colorants.
Collagens were arranged in a loose formation that was similar to the normal corneal matrix fiber [Figure 2].
This fracture mechanism implies a high number of AE events since every matrix fiber pullout could give at least one AE event.
By patterning mechanically active mouse or human cells to thin layers of extracellular matrix fibers, the researchers could create bowls, coils, and ripples out of living tissue.
CTE of reinforced filled epoxy [mm/K] Carbon Mixed Matrix fibers fabric fibers fabric II 1.
The article includes a series of matrix fibers and at least one binder element made up of at least one low-melt, sheath-core binder fiber that secures the matrix fibers together to establish a desired textile structure.