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Kavesh Sheldon, Prevorsek Dusan Ciril: Process for producing high tenacity, high modulus crystalline thermoplastic article and novel product fibers.. Allied, November 10, 1982: EP0064167-A1 (47 worldwide citation)

Solutions of ultrahigh molecular weigh polymers such as polyethylene in a relatively non-volatile solvent are extruded through an aperture (25) at constant concentration through the aperture and cooled to form a first gel of indefinite length (33). The first gels are extracted (D) with a volatile so ...


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Dunbar James Jay, Kavesh Sheldon Nmn, Prevorsek Dusan Ciril, Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Weedon Gene Clyde, Wincklhofer Robert Charles: Very low creep, ultra high moduls, low shrink, high tenacity polyolefin fiber having good strength retention at high temperatures and method to produce such fiber.. Allied, December 30, 1986: EP0205960-A2 (35 worldwide citation)

By poststretching, at a temperature between about 135 DEG and 160 DEG C, a polyethylene fiber, which has already been oriented by drawing at a temperature within 5 DEG C of its melting point, an ultra high modulus, very low creep, low shrink, high tenacity polyolefin fiber having good strength reten ...


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Kavesh Sheldon: Liquid quenching of free jet spun metal filaments. Allied Chemical Corporation, Plantamura Arthur J, November 5, 1974: US3845805 (26 worldwide citation)

A process is provided whereby filaments of metals may be formed by rapid solidification of a molten jet in a fluid medium. Filaments of metastable alloys such as amorphous metals and filaments of fine grained structure having novel orientation may be obtained.


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Harpell Gary A, Kavesh Sheldon, Palley Igor, Prevorsek Dusan C: Consolidation of polyethylene fibrous networks.. Allied, August 29, 1984: EP0116845-A2 (25 worldwide citation)

High performance (high tenacity and modulus) polyethylene fibers are subjected to pressure at elevated temperatures in the absence of a matrix to form articles such as non-woven fabrics and film-like structures, which may be translucent or even transparent. Good fiber adhesion and even fiber deforma ...


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Kavesh Sheldon: Method of forming metallic filament cast on interior surface of inclined annular quench roll. Allied Chemical Corporation, Plantamura Arthur J, Collins David W, May 6, 1975: US3881540 (19 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus is disclosed for the production of untwisted, continuous lengths of metal filaments from a molten stream by casting the molten stream onto the inside surface of an annular chill roll wherein the inside surface is inclined at an angle of 2.degree.-30.degree. to the axis of rot ...


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Kavesh Sheldon: Method of centrifugal production of continuous metal filaments. Allied Chemical Corporation, Plantamura Arthur J, December 24, 1974: US3856074 (15 worldwide citation)

A method for producing and concomitantly winding continuous metal filament in which a quenching wheel is used as a quenching element and in which sufficient pressure is exerted on the filament just beyond the point of solidification to counteract the tensional stress exhibited by the winder on the f ...


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Kavesh Sheldon, Sellers Gregory Jude, Witte Wayne Henry: Amorphous antipilferage marker.. Allied, May 11, 1983: EP0078401-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

A magnetic theft detection system marker is adapted to generate magnetic fields at frequencies that (1) are harmonically related to an incident magnetic field applied within an interrogation zone and (2) habe selected tones that provide the marker with signal identity. The marker is an elongated, du ...


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Kavesh Sheldon, Prevorsek Dusan Ciril: Shaped polyethylene articles of intermediate molecular weight and high modulus.. Allied, February 26, 1992: EP0472114-A2 (14 worldwide citation)

Improved shaped polyethylene articles are produced having a weight average molecular weight between 200,000 and 4,000,000 kilograms/kg mole, tenacity of at least 1147mN/tex (13 grams/denier) and a modulus of at least 3.09x10 mN/tex (350 grams/denier) and having a crystalline orientation function of ...



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