30%Long Glass Fiber TPU For Power Tools

30%Long Glass Fiber TPU For Power Tools

Xiamen LFT Composite Plastic Co.,Ltd is a unique long fiber reinforced thermoplastics plastic manufacture. Our 30%Long Glass Fiber TPU For Power Tools have following properties.
1.Improved impact
2.Safer impact mode
3.Reduced warpage
4.Improved creep resistance

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30%Long Glass Fiber TPU for power tools

   


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TPU 30%Long Glass Fiber composite material (LFT) has high strength, high rigidity, high dimensional stability, low warpage, long service life, creep resistance and other excellent properties, has been widely used in the automotive industry. Among them, TPU (alloy)/LFT composites can be widely used in automobile dashboards, bumpers, floors, front and door assemblies, and underbody protectors.

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The properties of long glass fiber reinforced parts are highly dependent on the fiber orientation generated during processing. In this research, the orientation of concentrated long glass fibers generated during the filling stage of a center‐gated disk (CGD) mold was simulated. The orientation of the fibers was calculated using both the Folgar‐Tucker model and a recently developed semiflexible Bead‐Rod model. Rheologically consistent model parameters were used in these simulations, as determined from a previously proposed method, using a sliding plate rheometer and newly modified stress theory. The predicted CGD orientations were compared with experimentally measured values obtained from the parts. Both models performed very well when using model parameters consistent with the independent rheological study, and the results provide encouragement for the proposed method. Comparatively, the Folgar‐Tucker model provided slightly better orientation predictions up to 20% of the fill radius, but above 20% the Bead‐Rod model predicted better values of the orientation in both the radial and circumferential directions. The Folgar‐Tucker model, however, provided better orientation values perpendicular to the flow direction. Lastly, both models only qualitatively represented the orientation above 70% of the fill radius where frontal flow effects were suspected to be non‐negligible. The uniqueness of this research rests on a method for obtaining model parameters needed to predict fiber orientation which are independent of the experiments being simulated and a method for handling long semiflexible fiber suspensions.

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TPU 30%Long Glass Fiber

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