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Authors:  (Vyacheslav Marikhin, Liubov Myasnikova, Yuri Boiko, Elena Ivaníkova, Elena Radovanova, Pavel Yakushev)
Abstract:
The main principles of production of high-performance fibers from UHMWPE
reactor powders via gel-technology are revised. This approach is based on a structuralkinetic
consideration of multi-stage zone drawing as two concurrent processes: of
strengthening and a loss of strength, both of them being exponentially dependent on the
orienting stress and temperature on each stage of drawing. It will be shown that a choice
of reactor powders with a proper morphology is a key moment for optimization of gelprocess. 


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Role of Reactor Powder Morphology in Producing High Strength High Modulus UHMWPE Fibers pp. 235-294