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Extrusion compounding and injection molding processes are frequently employed to fabricate short-fiberreinforced polymers. During extrusion compounding and injection molding processing, considerable shear-induced fiber breakage takes place and results in a fiber length distribution (FLD) in final short-fiber-reinforced polymer (SFRP) composites. Also, during compounding and molding processing, progressive and continuous changes in fiber orientation occur and lead to a fiber orientationdoi:10.2472/jsms.48.6appendix_74 fatcat:lhoa4mdi4bbvvcvhp4pljetqlu