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Kunststoffe international 2017/09

Homogeneity Is the Key

How the Mixing of Fibers and Melt Can Be Assessed Objectively

Homogeneity Is the Key

In order to achieve optimal component properties with the use of fiber-reinforced plastics, both the fiber length and the homogeneity of the fiber distribution are decisive criteria. As the fibers tend to form clusters as the length increases, injection molding solutions are required which also ensure homogeneous distribution in such cases.

Maximilian Schadhauser, M.Sc.,; Judith Martin, M.Sc., ; Dipl.-Ing. Martin Wuertele; Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Peter Karlinger; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Niels Modler

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