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In addition to the modification of Martindale in the manner described before [Somogyi et al. 2008], some modifications of standard methods of testing abrasion resistance by Martindale are also possible, all of them aiming at obtaining significant results. The Department of Materials, Fibres and Textile Testing, the Faculty of Textile Technology, University of Zagreb, has been involved in testing high quality fabrics intended for military and police use for some time. A number of high performance fabrics have been investigated and the need to determine wet abrasion resistance showed to be one of the key requirements throughout the investigation.
Fig. 9. Comparative graph of compressive strength, at 28 days, of concretes with additions of waste and its respective contents. For the different materials studied and their respective contents verified that the results obtained from tests for compressive strength as a function of curing time were inversely proportional to the content of addition of recycled fibers. This trend was also observed by Choi et al (2005) when they studied the effects of adding waste PET bottles in the properties of concrete and by Al-Ismail & Hashmi (2008) in the bond strength between the surface of the waste polymer and cement paste.
A range of test procedures and related equipment has been developed, mainly classified according to the method of performing the tests, the manner of staring and wearing the body of the sample, and the method of wear. In practice, most commonly used methods is circular blade wear, whether on a permanent contact throughout the test area, or in contact with certain parts of the surface during the procedure, with no preferential direction of the tear. 2. 1 Tested samples High performance fabrics for different end-uses – military (sample no.
Abrasion Resistance of Polymer Nanocomposites - A review by Malucelli, Giulio; Marino, Francesco