wet spinning

wet spinning

[′wet ¦spin·iŋ]
(textiles)
Producing synthetic and man-made filaments by extruding the chemical solution through spinnerets into a chemical bath where they coagulate.
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Australias first carbon fibre was produced using polyacrylonitrile fibre, spun on the joint CSIRO/ Deakin University wet spinning line, then carbonised at Deakins Carbon Nexus facility.
Although some wet spinning studies have been reported [30, 31], wet spinning as an alternative to the more widely used electrospinning, porogen leaching and phase separation methods has received scant attention in the literature for scaffold preparation.
Current concentration limits were selected due to their wet spinning suitability [5].
There are numerous types of solution spinning; however, a particularly promising method is wet spinning.
TRITON rings are specially designed for the wet spinning of flax fibres over the full yarn count range.
The microfiber mixtures can be converted into fibers by wet spinning, gel spinning, melt spinning, melt blowing, or extrusion.
The company's wet spinning systems have solution pumped through the spinnerettes by spinning pumps directly into the coagulation bath, where solidification occurs.
Thermodynamically, fiber formation in wet spinning or dry-jet wet spinning occurs through the process of solidifying the polymer solution extrudate through the outward diffusion of the solvent and the inward diffusion of the non-solvent.
Contract award: Wet Spinning and Coating Machine 2.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers from Iran's Tabriz University succeeded in the production of fiber electrodes consisted of polyaniline, multi-walled carbon nanotube and metal oxide nanoparticles through wet spinning method to be used in electrochemical capacitors.
Therefore, it is a significant and challenging task to improve the mechanical properties of the PI fibers fabricated by two-step wet spinning technology.
Contract notice: Wet Spinning and Coating Machine 2.