二、what factors will affect the tensile strength of glass fiber
The emergence of float glass technology can be said to provide strong technical support for glass deep processing, and under the guidance of this emerging technology level, the types of glass deep processing have become more abundant, among which glass fiber epoxy composite
belongs to many glass deep processing. One of the categories, and glass fiber has been widely used in many industries and fields in modern society since its research and development. So what factors will affect the tensile strength of glass fiber with good service and strength?
The first factor, the diameter of the fiber and the temperature conditions of the environment in which it is used.
In terms of appearance, glass fiber does not seem to be significantly different from ordinary silk thread, but the application range of glass fiber is much wider than that of silk thread. Even so, the tensile strength will have a certain effect on the use effect and overall service life of this material. influences. However, there are many factors that will affect the tensile strength of glass fibers, including the diameter of the fiber itself and the temperature of the environment in which the material is used later. Usually, the thinner the fiber diameter is at a given temperature. The higher the tensile strength.
The second factor, the surface treatment used
Glass fiber is actually produced by using glass as a raw material for deep processing, and special methods are required in the entire production process to realize the transformation from glass to fiber. Among them, chemical treatment methods and migration methods belong to surface treatment methods. one of the. If the chemical treatment method is used during the production, the tensile strength will decrease after the sizing agent is removed by heat treatment, but the tensile strength of fibreglass insulation materials
will return to the normal state after the adhesive is used in the middle.
The above content is an analysis of the factors that affect the tensile strength of glass fiber. It can be seen that the diameter of the fiber itself and the temperature of the later use environment will affect the tensile strength of the glass fiber with good service and low price. In addition, the outer surface treatment method used by the glass fiber will also affect the its tensile strength.