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Fiber

A slang term for the euro-U.S. dollar exchange rate.
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El-Tayeb, "The effect of oil palm fibers as reinforcement on tribological performance of polyester composite," Surface Review and Letters, vol.
Firstly, natural fibers gaining its popularity due to its environmentally advantageous and availability.
[USPRwire, Mon Sep 07 2015] Concrete Fiber Market by Material (Synthetic Fiber, Steel Fiber, Glass Fiber, Natural Fiber, Basalt Fiber), End-Use Industry (Road Industry, Construction, Industrial, Mining, Others), & Region - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2020
Bellevue, WA, February 23, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Professional global fiber patch cables offers, FiberStore recently enriches its fiber optic patch cable line with curl fiber patch cable, the curl fiber optical cable assemblies are with the curl structure, similar with common telephone cable in the appearance, it is ideal for application where frequent moves and cable length variability are required such as from wall plate to personal computer, from mobile test equipment to the tested devices, or temporary connection of equipment in different rooms.
Sabaa, "Thermal degradation behaviour of sisal fibers grafted with various vinyl monomers," Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol.32, no.2, pp.209-218, 1991.
In China, the sheath/core PE/PP and PE/PET bicomponent fiber types are mainly bicomponent fibers and the capacity of this type is about 136,000 tons per year.
Isolated fibers added to foods can appear as "wheat fiber" or "oat hull fiber" on the ingredient list, which are insoluble fibers that can provide digestive tract benefits without the heart-health benefits.
This is the critical point where the molten polymer wets out continuous fibers as they enter the chamber from a spool or creel.
For this reason, the paper and box making company has worked hard to tap into the "urban forest" of secondary fiber in both nations.
Worldwide, about 560 million tons of straw is left behind in rice fields annually, representing a large, untapped resource of cellulose fibers, says Yiqi Yang of the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
ALL FIBER OPTIC CABLES LOOK THE SAME ON THE OUTSIDE, BUT THE ACTUAL FIBERS CAN BE DIFFERENT AND NOT ALWAYS INTERCHANGEABLE.
Other functional fibers: Breyer's CarbSmart ice cream has 3 grams of fiber per serving from polydextrose, a chemical combination of dextrose (corn sugar) and sorbitol (a sugar alcohol) that's poorly digested (which is what makes it count as fiber).