絹/ナイロン66ブレンドナノファイバー集合体の摩擦特性 [in Japanese] Surface Frictional Properties of Silk/Nylon Blended Nanofiber Assemblies [in Japanese]
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The silk fibroin/nylon 66 blended nanofiber webs were made by the electrospinning process and investigate the effect of blend ratio on the structure and surface properties of electrospun nanofiber assemblies. T<sub>g</sub> of silk fibroin and nylon 66 blends in DSC curves shifted to that of nylon when the nylon content increased. With the increase of silk blend ratio, the decrease of the fiber diameter was observed. The mean coefficient of friction (MIU) was measured by KES surface tester. The obvious effect of fiber diameter on MIU was not found in the fiber diameter range of 50 to 270nm. Maximum values of MIU were observed for the silk/nylon blend ratio of 50/50%.
- Journal of Textile Engineering
Journal of Textile Engineering 53(6), 245-248, 2007-12-15
The Textile Machinery Society of Japan