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Vibroscope Measurements of the Elastic Moduli of Nylon 66 and Dacron Filaments of Various Draw Ratios
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11.Note added in proof.—Since this manuscript was prepared Guthrie, Morton, and Oliver [J. Textile Inst. 45, T912 (1954)] have reported results on the bending and torsional moduli of drawn nylon and Dacron. The bending moduli were measured by both static and dynamic methods; for the dynamic measurements the fiber was driven by direct mechanical coupling to a vibrating rod. The torsional moduli were obtained by the pendulum method. Their results are in general agreement with those reported here for the higher draw ratios of nylon 66 and Dacron.
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