Fibres and Fibrous Material

A fibre is a thin and flexible construction proportional to length. Fibres cannot absorb pressure, but rather only traction, as they buckle under pressure load.

All textile fibres and fibrous materials are described as natural fibres which have been made from plants or animals without chemical alterations. This also includes wood fibres, which is better known as pulp, the base material of paper.

 

Chemical fibres consist of natural or synthetic fibres.

 

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