Laser light treatment of glass fibres

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dc.contributor.advisor Wiener, Jakub
dc.contributor.author Goba, Makabongwe Mkhululi
dc.date 2011
dc.date.accessioned 2015-06-30
dc.date.available 2015-06-30
dc.date.issued 2011
dc.date.submitted 2010-10-01
dc.identifier.uri https://dspace.tul.cz/handle/15240/11002
dc.description katedra: KTC; přílohy: 1 CD; rozsah: 84 cs
dc.description.abstract Glass fibres have many industrial applications such as filtration media and composite materials. Glass fibre applications are generally based on the type of glass fibre, constitutional composition, and the structural ordering of the glass fibres in the final structure, such as nonwoven glass fibre mats used as filtration media. Nonwoven glass fibre mats may be available in variable thickness dimensions. Glass fibre is a dielectric material and is therefore able to absorb energy from a carbon dioxide laser light beam. The carbon dioxide laser produces many watts in a single spatial mode that is then concentrated on a small area. The energy produced is in the thermal infrared region at approximately 10.6?m. When glass fibres absorb heat energy from the carbon dioxide laser beam they heat up, melt and then change definition, depending on the amount, rate and how the energy is applied. The main objective of this research was to determine the thermal effects caused by the laser light beam produced by the carbon dioxide laser on the glass fibre mat, and to determine incorporation of metal oxides during laser light beam treatment en
dc.description.abstract Glass fibres have many industrial applications such as filtration media and composite materials. Glass fibre applications are generally based on the type of glass fibre, constitutional composition, and the structural ordering of the glass fibres in the final structure, such as nonwoven glass fibre mats used as filtration media. Nonwoven glass fibre mats may be available in variable thickness dimensions. Glass fibre is a dielectric material and is therefore able to absorb energy from a carbon dioxide laser light beam. The carbon dioxide laser produces many watts in a single spatial mode that is then concentrated on a small area. The energy produced is in the thermal infrared region at approximately 10.6?m. When glass fibres absorb heat energy from the carbon dioxide laser beam they heat up, melt and then change definition, depending on the amount, rate and how the energy is applied. The main objective of this research was to determine the thermal effects caused by the laser light beam produced by the carbon dioxide laser on the glass fibre mat, and to determine incorporation of metal oxides during laser light beam treatment cs
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dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher Technická Univerzita v Liberci cs
dc.subject laser light beam en
dc.subject glass fibre mat en
dc.subject carbon dioxide laser en
dc.subject laser treatment en
dc.subject intensity en
dc.subject laser light beam cs
dc.subject glass fibre mat cs
dc.subject carbon dioxide laser cs
dc.subject laser treatment cs
dc.subject intensity cs
dc.title Laser light treatment of glass fibres cs
dc.title.alternative Laser light treatment of glass fibres en
dc.type Thesis
dc.degree.level mgr
dc.date.defense 2011-06-10
dc.date.committed 2011-05-13
local.faculty Fakulta textilní cs
local.department KTC cs
local.identifier.stag 20740
local.note.administrators oprava_A
local.identifier.verbis 451962
dc.subject.verbis lasery cs
dc.subject.verbis chemická technologie cs
dc.subject.verbis chemical technology en
dc.subject.verbis lasers en
dc.subject.verbis skleněná vlákna cs
dc.subject.verbis glass fibres en
dc.subject.verbis textile chemistry en
local.verbis.aktualizace 2019-27-05 05:27:00 cs
local.verbis.studijniprogram KTC Textile engineering/Textile engineering cs


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