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Inventor:
Morin; Brian G.
Address:
Greenville, SC
No. of patents:
11
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8168292 Composite materials including amorphous thermoplastic fibers May 1, 2012
Disclosed are composites that can exhibit low transmission energy loss and can also be temperature resistant. The composites include reinforcement fibers held in a polymeric matrix. The reinforcement fibers can include an amorphous polymer component. The fibers can be woven or knit t
8057887 Composite materials including high modulus polyolefin fibers November 15, 2011
Disclosed are composite laminates that can exhibit high strength and/or low dielectric loss and can also be lightweight. The laminates include layers formed of high modulus polyolefin fiber. The fibers can be woven or knit to form a fabric or can be included in a nonwoven fabric that can
7892633 Low dielectric composite materials including high modulus polyolefin fibers February 22, 2011
Disclosed are composite laminates that can exhibit high strength and/or low dielectric loss and can also be lightweight. The laminates include layers formed of high modulus polyolefin fiber. The fibers can be woven or knit to form a fabric or can be included in a nonwoven fabric that can
7704595 Polypropylene fiber for reinforcement of matrix materials April 27, 2010
Disclosed are structural materials including polymeric reinforcement fibers that can provide added strength and fracture toughness to the matrix. The polymeric reinforcement fibers are polypropylene-based monofilament fibers or tape fibers exhibiting extremely favorable mechanical ch
7648758 Low dielectric loss composite material January 19, 2010
Disclosed are composite materials that can exhibit low transmission energy loss and can also be temperature resistant. The composites include reinforcement fibers held in a polymeric matrix. The polymeric matrix can include an amorphous polymer component. Also disclosed are methods of
7648607 Methods of forming composite materials including high modulus polyolefin fibers January 19, 2010
Disclosed are composite laminates that can exhibit high strength and/or low dielectric loss and can also be lightweight. The laminates include layers formed of high modulus polyolefin fiber. The fibers can be woven or knit to form a fabric or can be included in a nonwoven fabric that can
7445842 Melt-spun multifilament polyolefin yarn formation processes and yarns formed therefrom November 4, 2008
Disclosed is a method of forming multifilament polyolefin yarns and yarns formed according to the disclosed method. The yarns can be polypropylene yarns and can exhibit any of a high modulus, high tenacity, and a unique crystalline structure for multifilament polyolefin yarns. The proces
7445834 Polypropylene fiber for reinforcement of matrix materials November 4, 2008
Disclosed are structural materials including polymeric reinforcment fibers that can provide added strength and fracture toughness to the matrix. The polymeric reinforcement fibers are polypropylene-based monofilament fibers or tape fibers exhibiting extremely favorable mechanical cha
7074483 Melt-spun multifilament polyolefin yarn formation processes and yarns formed therefrom July 11, 2006
Disclosed is a method of forming multifilament polyolefin yarns and yarns formed according to the disclosed method. The yarns can be polypropylene yarns and can exhibit any of a high modulus, high tenacity, and a unique crystalline structure for multifilament polyolefin yarns. The proces
6878443 Polypropylene monofilament and tape fibers exhibiting certain creep-strain characteristics and c April 12, 2005
Unique thermoplastic (polypropylene, specifically) monofilament and/or tape fibers and yarns that exhibit heretofore unattained physical properties are provided. Such fibers are basically manufactured through the extrusion of thermoplastic resins that include a certain class of nucleatin
6863976 Polypropylene monofilament and tape fibers exhibiting certain creep-strain characteristics and c March 8, 2005
Unique thermoplastic (polypropylene, specifically) monofilament and/or tape fibers and yarns that exhibit heretofore unattained physical properties are provided. Such fibers are basically manufactured through the extrusion of thermoplastic resins that include a certain class of nucleatin










 
 
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