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Tam Thomas Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Brodie John D, Twomey Conor J, Wagner Lori L, Kavesh Sheldon: High molecular weight poly(alpha-olefin) solutions and articles made therefrom. Honeywell International, Tam Thomas, Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Brodie John D, Twomey Conor J, Wagner Lori L, Kavesh Sheldon, CHESS Deborah, October 18, 2007: WO/2007/118008 (3 worldwide citation)

A robust process for the continuous preparation of solutions of high molecular weight UHMW PO that is capable of producing strong materials at high production capacity, is conservative of capital and energy requirements, and the articles made therefrom.


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Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B: Drawn gel-spun polyethylene yarns and process for drawing. Honeywell International, Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B, HOIRIIS David, November 23, 2006: WO/2006/124054 (2 worldwide citation)

Gel-spun multi-filament polyethylene yarns possessing a high degree of molecular and crystalline order, and to the drawing methods by which they are produced. The drawn yarns are useful in impact absorption and ballistic resistance for body armor, helmets, breast plates, helicopter seats. Spall shie ...


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Zhou Qiang, Lanieve Herman, Perkins Jeffrey, Twomey Conor: High-strength thin sheath fibers. Honeywell International, August 11, 2005: TWI237710 (1 worldwide citation)

A fiber comprises a core, a sheath, and an additive that determines a desired physico-chemical parameter of the fiber, wherein the fiber is spun such that without increasing the concentration of the additive the desired parameter increases when the volume of the sheath decreases. Especially preferre ...


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Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B: Polyethylene yarns. Honeywell Int, February 25, 2009: EP2028293-A1

A drawn polyethylene multi-filament yarn is provided, which comprises polyethylene having an intrinsic viscosity in decalin at 135 DEG C of from 5 dl/g to 45 dl/g, fewer than two methyl groups per thousand carbon atoms, and less than 2 wt.% of other constituents. The yarn has a tenacity of at least ...


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Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B: Polyethylene. Honeywell Int, February 25, 2009: EP2028294-A1

A drawn polyethylene multi-filament yarn is provided, which comprises polyethylene having an intrinsic viscosity in decalin at 135 DEG C of from 5 dl/g to 45 dl/g, fewer than two methyl groups per thousand carbon atoms, and less than 2 wt.% of other constituents. The yarn has a tenacity of at least ...


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Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B: Polyethylene yarns. Honeywell Int, February 25, 2009: EP2028295-A1

A polyethylene multi-filament yarn is provided, which comprises a polyethylene having an intrinsic viscosity in decalin at 135 DEG C of from 5 dl/g to 35 dl/g, fewer than two methyl groups per thousand carbon atoms, and less than 2 wt. % of other constituents. The yarn has a tenacity of at least 17 ...


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Lanieve Herman, Perkins Jeffrey, Twomey Conor, Zhou Qiang: High-strength thin sheath fibers. Honeywell Int, November 3, 2004: EP1472393-A1

A fiber comprises a core, a sheath, and an additive that determines a desired physico-chemical parameter of the fiber, wherein the fiber is spun such that without increasing the concentration of the additive the desired parameter increases when the volume of the sheath decreases. Especially preferre ...


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Zhou Qiang, Lobovsky Alex, Matrunich Jim, Twomey Conor, Mcgrath Barbara: High-strength chemically resistant thin sheath fibers and methods of manufacture. Honeywell Int, May 19, 2004: EP1419291-A1

Compositions and methods are directed to a sheath core fiber with a core and a sheath that comprises a fluoropolymer. Contemplated sheath materials include PVDF, ECTFE, and ETFE, and may have an apparent shear viscosity equal to or less than the apparent shear viscosity of the core material. Especia ...


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Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B: Fils de polyethylene files a letat de gel etires et procede detirage associe, Drawn gel-spun polyethylene yarns and process for drawing. Honeywell International, Honeywell International, Gowling Lafleur Henderson, April 5, 2011: CA2580115

Gel-spun multi-filament polyethylene yarns possessing a high degree of molecular and crystalline order, and to the drawing methods by which they are produced. The drawn yarns are useful in impact absorption and ballistic resistance for body armor, helmets, breast plates, helicopter seats. Spall shie ...


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Tam Thomas Yiu Tai, Moore Ronald A, Twomey Conor J, Zhou Quang, Arnett Charles R, Tan Chok B: Drawn gel-spun polyethylene yarns and process for drawing. Honeywell Int, July 4, 2007: EP1802790-A2

Gel-spun multi-filament polyethylene yarns possessing a high degree of molecular and crystalline order, and to the drawing methods by which they are produced. The drawn yarns are useful in impact absorption and ballistic resistance for body armor, helmets, breast plates, helicopter seats. Spall shie ...