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Dynamics of Fibre Formation and Processing

Modelling and Application in Fibre and Textile Industry

Dynamics of Fibre Formation and Processing by Roland Beyreuther
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The special subject “dynamics” calls forth mostly mixed feelings to students and graduates of technical ?elds. The ?rst foresee and the second know the problems to reach a good or very good mark before or after an appropriate leaving examination. The reasonsfor this arewell knownandeven partly understandable.Dyn- ics–thescienceofchangesormotionswhicharecausedbymeansofenergetic impulses or forces – requires namely a certain amount of applicable kno- edge of mathematics as well as logical abstraction and intellectual power to its understanding. These are not within reach by means of schematic me- rising. But basic knowledge and ?eld speci?c applications of special branches of knowledge are absolutely necessary for engineers, physicists, chemists or mathematicians, if they in practice and research intend to treat determined tasks and operation ?elds successfully. Such knowledges and considerations are unconditional prerequisites speci?cally to the analysis of technological processes, to the suppression of disturbances and to the process stabilisation by means of qualitative high-class automatic control systems. This is especially valid for many textile-technologicalprocesses.The m- tery of their dynamics decisively in?uences the process economy as well as the product quality because these processes are often connected with a high manufacturing velocity and/or with a special disturbance sensitivity.
Springer Berlin Heidelberg; November 2006
375 pages; ISBN 9783540462231
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Title: Dynamics of Fibre Formation and Processing
Author: Roland Beyreuther; Harald Brünig
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