divergent die

divergent die

[də′vər·jənt ′dī]
(engineering)
A die with the internal channels that lead to the orifice diverging, such as the dies used for manufacture of hollow-body plastic items.
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In the second case, the double slit die was turned 180[degrees] vertically to the axis of the reservoir, and will be called divergent die.
For both LCP melts investigated, the pressure profiles along both slit section of the convergent as well as of the divergent die were found to be linear for all shear rates (Fig.
Figures 4 and 5 show the apparent viscosity as a function of the apparent shear rate for Vectra L 950 and Vectra B 950 at two test temperatures for each material in the convergent and in the divergent die.
On the contrary, in the divergent die configuration the influence of pre-shearing and die geometry on the viscosity are in the same direction, so that the viscosity is found to be lower in the second slit die with the larger gap size (see Fig.
On the other hand, the divergent die and the convergent one cause the stretch and the compression in a tangent direction near the die exit, respectively.
On the other hand, the uniaxial elongation is dominant for the flow of the divergent die at the upper stream region and the biaxial elongation is dominant near the die exit.
However, the numerical results of the swelling ratio got lower than the experimental data, especially for the divergent die.
On the other hand, the uniaxial elongational property is important for the divergent die and the convergent one.
Ftrstly, the tendency of the K-BKZ model that the convergent die causes a larger swell in comparison with the divergent die does not change by adjusting the uniaxial elongational behavior by [Beta].
4 dies resulted in an undesirable rise in the temperature of the melt beyond the optimum for fibrillation, and 2) the divergent dies might have helped the relaxation of fibrils already formed in the strand (25).