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  • The Consequences of Temperature on the Shrinkage ...

    elastic performance. It was revealed by the Sardag [14] experiments that temperature application stabilized the spandex portions of yarns and enhanced the strength of yarn. Shariful et al. [15] experimented that, application of temperature enhanced the elastic performances of cotton spandex woven fabrics. The present research was

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  • Open End Yarn - an overview

    4.5 Friction spun yarn. The visual appearance of a friction spun yarn is closer to the ring spun yarn than an open-end yarn. The internal structure of it is quite different from both the yarns. It has very poor fibre orientation and packing of fibres. The structure of friction spun yarn has two parts—the core and the sheath.

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  • Classification of Yarn - P.G.G.C.G.-11, E-Content ...

    Nub, knot, and spot yarns are ply yarns in which the effect yarn is twisted around the base yarn to produce a thicker area or a bump. Bouclé and loop yarns are ply yarns that use three sets of yarns – base or core yarn, effect yarn, and tie yarn. The effect yarn is looped around the base or core yarn and tied with a binder yarn.

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    — Light weight fabrics are selected for their aesthetic qualities, drape, and handle. But these fabrics are difficult to sew. Seams are the basic elements in a structure of any apparel. Seam performance affects the quality of the apparel product. In

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  • (PDF) A Study on the Packing Density of Structurally ...

    Fibres being the structural unit of a yarn, its nature, composition and arrangement can influence structure and properties. The performance of yarn changes with arrangement of its constituent fibres. Arrangement of fibres in a yarn being system ... A Study on the Packing Density of Structurally Modified Ring Spun Yarn.

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  • Innovative Processes for the weaving of stretch Fabrics ...

    with the core entwined by the filaments with false twist turns of randomly changing directions. The elastane yarn is pre-tensioned and is passed through a first hollow spindle on which the inelastic yarn is located that is twisted around the elastane yarn /4, 6/. 1.2.3.2 Double covered yarn (double core twist) Elastic yarn with bare and ...

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  • (PDF) Effect of Lycra Extension Percent on Single Jersey ...

    The effect of spandex yarn input tension, yarn loop length, and spandex yarn linear density on the elastic properties of stretchable knitted fabrics were studied [16].

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  • Linear Density of Yarn - an overview

    S.A. Hosseini Ravandi, M. Valizadeh, in Improving Comfort in Clothing, 2011 2.4.1 Effect of yarn structure characteristics. Ozguney and his colleagues have investigated the effect of yarn linear density on comfort properties of the fabrics made of them. They reported that the bending stiffness and compression of the fabrics produced of yarns with higher linear density are more than the fabrics ...

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  • Fancy Yarns: Manufacture and Applications

    We assume that during bunch fancy yarn production, there is constant tension on the core yarn different than for the effect yarn [7]. In this way one of the component yarns is the core, the second ...

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  • Denim Shrinkage & Evaluation - SlideShare

    If the label calls for line or flat drying, then mostly elastic shrinkage will affect performance. In denim industry the shrinkage is the major problem. The excessive shrinkage level is undesirable for the fabrics to be made into the garments and is usually controlled in finishing processes. 1.5 Compressive shrinkage: This is a mechanical ...

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  • Innovative Processes for the weaving of stretch Fabrics ...

    with the core entwined by the filaments with false twist turns of randomly changing directions. The elastane yarn is pre-tensioned and is passed through a first hollow spindle on which the inelastic yarn is located that is twisted around the elastane yarn /4, 6/. 1.2.3.2 Double covered yarn (double core twist) Elastic yarn with bare and ...

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  • Yarn structure and properties from different spinning ...

    A Dref-3 friction spun yarn consists of a two-part structure, namely a densely packed core containing both straight and twisted fibres that are randomly distributed along the yarn length, and the fibres that are wrapped helically over the core to form a sheath and that exhibit Z-twist (Gowda, 2001). Several fibres have their leading end hooked ...

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  • (PDF) A Study on the Packing Density of Structurally ...

    Fibres being the structural unit of a yarn, its nature, composition and arrangement can influence structure and properties. The performance of yarn changes with arrangement of its constituent fibres. Arrangement of fibres in a yarn being system ... A Study on the Packing Density of Structurally Modified Ring Spun Yarn.

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  • Linear Density of Yarn - an overview

    S.A. Hosseini Ravandi, M. Valizadeh, in Improving Comfort in Clothing, 2011 2.4.1 Effect of yarn structure characteristics. Ozguney and his colleagues have investigated the effect of yarn linear density on comfort properties of the fabrics made of them. They reported that the bending stiffness and compression of the fabrics produced of yarns with higher linear density are more than the fabrics ...

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  • (PDF) A GUIDE TO IMPROVE SHRINKAGE PERFOMANCE OF COTTON ...

    In effect, the loops in the knitted structure try to assume their lowest energy state that is a more round configuration, which is the lowest energy state for the yarn and therefore for the fabric. The rounding of the loop results in a shortening of the loop and therefore relaxation and dimensional change.

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  • US5560192A - Composite elastic yarn - Google Patents

    A composite yarn comprising a spandex core yarn and a thermoplastic wrapping yarn in which both yarns are free to extend and contract freely one relative to the other while retaining sufficient cohesion to prevent their separation. The thermoplastics wrapping yarn is polyamide in a flat continuous filament. The wrapping yarn is wrapped in a series of alternating S and Z twists around the ...

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  • Staple Length - an overview

    The yarn porosity plays an important role in governing the compression and surface properties of the terry fabric. The fabric having high porous pile yarn shows high LC, RC and low WC, SMD, MIU and MMD as compared to those fabrics having normal pile yarn (Fig. 16.4).The bulky yarn structure of the porous yarn is the main driving force behind the improved compression and surface behaviour.

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    Download Free PDF. Process control and yarn quality in spinning. 421 Pages. Process control and yarn quality in spinning. Sanjar Tojimirzaev. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 28 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper.

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    The results also show the effects of yarn linear density, fabric density and woven structure on the elastic properties wherein the substrate stretch presents a decrease trend with the increase in fabric density in the weft direction for both groups of substrate samples by using 16 Ne and 21 Ne core-spun weft yarns.

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    Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 28 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper. BASICS OF TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY.

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  • Effect of spinning conditions on characteristics of ...

    Fig. 4 -Variation in energy-la-break of core-spun yarns with feed ralio, main draft and spinning speed [SI -18.4 lex MJS core yarn: S2 -I 1.8 tex MJS core yarn; S3 -11.8 tex MJS viscose yarn; and S4 -1l.8 lex ring-spun core yarn ] and MJS yarns reflect the differences in the spinning processes. On comparing the tenacities of all the MJS

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  • The Effect of Twist Multiplier, Elastane Percentage and ...

    Core spun yarn primarily finds its application in industrial textile sector but during the last more than two decades it is being used in apparel sector primarily in denim. Stretch denims are made by using elastane core spun as weft in the fabric. Advantages of elastane core spun yarn are good recovery, better shape fitting and it facilitates ...

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  • ANALYSING THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CORE ...

    ANNALS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ORADEA FASCICLE OF TEXTILES, LEATHERWORK 13 ANALYSING THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CORE-SPUN YARNS BALCI KILIC Gonca1 1 Dokuz Eylül University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Textile Engineering, 35397, İzmir, Turkey Corresponding author: BALCI KILIC, Gonca, E-Mail: [email protected] Abstract: Core spun yarn is also named as complex ...

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  • Effect of tensile fatigue cyclic loads on bagging ...

    of elastic woven fabrics from the viewpoint of mechanical properties. Therefore, the present work was aimed at investigating the effect of tensile fatigue cyclic loads on bagging deformation of elastic woven fabrics, as well as on fabric mechanical properties. 2 Materials and Methods Eight different kinds of core-spun yarn, which

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  • Effects of Elastane Draw Ratio of Core-spun Yarn on Air ...

    to investigate the effect of elastane draw ratio in the core-spun yarn on the air permeability and bursting strength of bi-stretch woven fabrics. For this aim, 20 Tex cotton combed ring spun yarn samples were produced with four different levels of draw ratio of elastane core (3.07, 3.33, 3.63, 3.99) in the yarn. Four woven fabric samples were

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  • (PDF) Effect of Elastane Denier and Draft Ratio of Core ...

    Effect of Elastane Denier and Draft Ratio of Core-Spun Cotton Weft Yarns on the Mechanical Properties of Woven Fabrics Bilal Qadir, Tanveer Hussain, PhD, Mumtaz Malik, PhD National Textile University, Faisalabad, Punjab PAKISTAN Correspondence to: Tanveer Hussain email: [email protected] ABSTRACT Elastane percentage in the core-spun cotton yarn of a Core-spun yarns have been the ...

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  • Analyzing Some of the Dual-Core Yarn Spinning Parameters ...

    core-spun yarn spinning technology. In core-spun yarn spinning method, any type of elastic filament specially placed to centre of the yarn is covered and wrapped by short staple fibres such as cotton, wool or man-made fibres. Produced yarn is called as core-spun and consisting of core filament and sheath parts. Core-spun yarn production

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  • Design of the Nozzle for Producing Vortex Core-Spun Yarns

    excellent candidate for producing core-spun yarns in which the core filament can be well covered by the wrapper fibers in the outer layer [6]. Nozzle is the key part in the vortex spinning machine and the design of its structure has a significant effect on the resultant yarn properties and the performance of the machine. Therefore,

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  • Effect of polyester and elastane linear density on the ...

    ABSTRACT The use of single-core elastic spun cotton yarns is well established in textiles and denim industry but interest in the use of dual-core-spun yarns has started to grow only recently. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of polyester and elastane linear density on the physical and mechanical properties of dual-core-spun cotton yarns.

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  • Elastic Yarn - an overview

    E. Mielicka, in Advances in Knitting Technology, 2011 1.9.4 Yarns produced using the pneumatic looping technique. The process of pneumatic looping of composite high-elastic yarns was developed in the United States at the end of the 1970s.Stracham connected high-elastic yarn with elastic continuous filament yarn by means of local looping, which is achieved when both yarns pass through a nozzle ...

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  • Scheme and Syllabi of - PTU

    folded yarn. Yarn diameter and density. Theoretical analysis of effect of fiber properties and their geometrical configuration on the tensile and bending properties of yarn. Theories and analysis of yarn strength and irregularity. Fiber migration characteristics of continuous filament and spun yarns.

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  • (PDF) Process control and yarn quality in spinning ...

    Download Free PDF. Process control and yarn quality in spinning. 421 Pages. Process control and yarn quality in spinning. Sanjar Tojimirzaev. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 28 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper.

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  • DMOZ - Business: Textiles and Nonwovens: Industrial Yarns ...

    Italy. Yarn trading company, involved in the development, purchase, sales and distribution of branded and non-branded open-end, ring and core spun yarns for knitting and weaving applications. Extensive technical information and yarn specifications on PDF files. Measurement converting calculators. English and Italian.

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  • Scheme and Syllabi of M. TECH. TEXTILE ENGINEERING (PART ...

    A student will take and complete a total of 12 courses, followed by 01 Project, 01 Seminar, 01 ... Machine and process variables affecting the structure and properties of spun yarns. Introduction to core spinning, cover spinning, Siro-spinning and compact spinning. ... Effect of yarn structure on different

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  • STITCHES PER INCH (SPI) - WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

    with a lower tenacity spun polyester thread, this also will effect the resulting seam strength. Given: - 301 Lockstitch Superimposed Seam - Thread Used Top & Bottom = T-27 Spun …

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  • Modeling of textile manufacturing processes using ...

    Processes or methods. The modeling of the yarn manufacturing process was mainly drawn in spinning processes such as ring spinning, rotor spinning, and air-jet spinning, where the earliest employments of intelligent modeling techniques in textile manufacturing sector were reported [19, 122, 125].Ring spinning is the most common and traditional spinning technique.

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    TEXTILE INTERNSHIP REPORT NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, KANGRA. B.F.TECH (2016-2020) PROJECT ABSTRACT PROJECT TYPE - TEXTILE INTERNSHIP INDUSTRY – ARVIND MILLS LIMITED (LIFESTYLE FABRIC) MENTOR- MRS. LAXMI MEHRA ADDRESS- Denim Division Arvind Limited Naroda Road Ahmedabad–380025 Gujarat India Tel: +91-79-30138000.

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  • ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELDING FABRIC AND YARN FOR ITS ...

    1. 1-15. (canceled) 16. Assembled yarn, wherein the assembled yarn comprises a first yarn and a second yarn; wherein the first yarn comprises a core yarn and a first wrap yarn, wherein the core yarn comprises a spun yarn, wherein the spun yarn comprises a blend of fibers, wherein the blend of fibers comprises first electrically conductive fibers; wherein the first wrap yarn comprises or ...

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  • Denim Shrinkage & Evaluation - SlideShare

    If the label calls for line or flat drying, then mostly elastic shrinkage will affect performance. In denim industry the …

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  • The Effect of Single and Dual-Core Yarns Produced with ...

    ment is an elastic polyurethane filament, it is known as “soft-core yarn” whereas if it is a rigid filament, yarns are known as “hard-core (rigid) yarn” on the market. In recent years, alternatively, multicomponent core-spun yarns, called double-core yarns, are developed in order to cope with the recovery problems of elastane.

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  • Effects of spinning process and core yarn contents on yarn ...

    In order to develop high shape retention yarn and investigate the effects of spinning process and core yarn contents on the shape retention of yarn, in this paper, three kinds of yarns, JC/T400 18.5tex (55.6dtex) core-spun yarn, JC/T400 18.5tex (44.4dtex) core-spun yarn and JC18.5tex pure cotton yarn were spun by using the complete condensing Siro-spinning technology.

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  • THE EFFECTS OF PRODUCTION PARAMETERS ON THE CORE ...

    The aim of this work is to determine the effect of draft ratio and twist level on core visibility ratios of dual core-spun yarns. For this aim, different types dual-core yarns containing PET/Elastane were produced under controlled conditions. To objectively evaluate the visual quality of the dual-core yarns, the frequency of the core filaments appearing on the yarn surfaces was counted on dyed ...

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  • Analyzing some of the dual-core yarn spinning parameters ...

    (2020) Aydoǧdu, Yilmaz. Tekstil ve Konfeksiyon. Nowadays, in order to improve some of the properties of core-spun yarns, a new type of core-spun yarn called as dual-core has been developed. In literature, there are limited studies and hence findings about dual-core yarns. Therefore, in this study...

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    Core spun yarn can also be used as filling in which core part is Lycra filament and sheath fibres cotton, to improve the stretchability of denim [7,25,31,32]. The performance and comfort factors of these garments during use are very important. Generally, the comfortable stretching of fabrics according to body movements as well as recovery

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  • Friction Spun Yarn - an overview

    The internal structure of a friction-spun yarn differs from that of ring-spun or rotor-spun yarn. It is characterized by its inferior fibre orientation, buckled and folded fibre configurations, and loose packing of the fibres in the cross-section, associated with low tension during yarn formation (Figs 11.16 and 11.17).The degree of fibre orientation and extension is so low that fibres 40 mm ...

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    folded yarn. Yarn diameter and density. Theoretical analysis of effect of fiber properties and their geometrical configuration on the tensile and bending properties of yarn. Theories and analysis of yarn strength and irregularity. Fiber migration characteristics of continuous filament and spun yarns.

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    Processes or methods. The modeling of the yarn manufacturing process was mainly drawn in spinning processes such as ring spinning, rotor spinning, and air-jet spinning, where the earliest employments of intelligent modeling techniques in textile manufacturing sector were reported [19, 122, 125].Ring spinning is the most common and traditional spinning technique.

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    Italy. Yarn trading company, involved in the development, purchase, sales and distribution of branded and non-branded open-end, ring and core spun yarns for knitting and weaving applications. Extensive technical information and yarn specifications on PDF files. Measurement converting calculators. English and Italian.

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    Basic idea about fancy yarn Published: 2020-10-12. Definition of fancy yarn. A yarn that differs from the normal construction of single and folded yarns by way of deliberately produced irregularities related to an increased input of one or more of its components or the inclusion of periodic effects …

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  • Scheme and Syllabi of M. TECH. TEXTILE ENGINEERING (PART ...

    A student will take and complete a total of 12 courses, followed by 01 Project, 01 Seminar, 01 ... Machine and process variables affecting the structure and properties of spun yarns. Introduction to core spinning, cover spinning, Siro-spinning and compact spinning. ... Effect of yarn structure on different

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  • STITCHES PER INCH (SPI) - WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

    with a lower tenacity spun polyester thread, this also will effect the resulting seam strength. Given: - 301 Lockstitch Superimposed Seam - Thread Used Top & Bottom = T-27 Spun …

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    Therefore, SMPU filaments are preferably used with other fibers such as cotton or wool. If the filaments are used as core spun yarn, fasciated yarn, or wrap yarns with cotton, the SME of the fabrics made of those yarns will not be pronounced due to the restriction of cotton fibers on the movement of SMP fibers.

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  • Welspun Internship, Vapi

    This process eliminates kg for ring spun yarns and drafting system. almost 90% vacuum Each speed frame rovescause yarn that would packages of 2.5kg,3kg and 3.7 irregularities Then Splicing the yarn as and goes when to the yarn application so that the yarn is to 120 bobbins at a time from too much variation if the kg packages for open end guide ...

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  • STRETCH CIRCULAR KNIT FABRICS WITH MULTIPLE ELASTIC YARNS ...

    Two elastic yarn is not exposed on yarn surface. During knitting, the core spun yarn is fed into machine and knit into jersey loop base. Thanks to the cotton sheath, the fabric has total cotton look and touch. Also, the fabric has low stretch because cotton core spun yarn restrain to the excess elongation.

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    Matsumoto 8 et al examined rotor spun loop yarns (RSL) by combining rotor spun filament core yarns (RSC) and filament wrapped rotor yarn in one process. The stable conditions for RSL are within the range effect filament over feed (EFOF) 4 m/min and Loop shape is dependent upon elastic recovery of filament and overfeed length of effect filament.

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    This is the starting stage of viscose formation. During the process an acetate dope is added to alkali cellulose which is necessary for the yarn lustre. Viscose currently is becoming less common because of the polluting effects …

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    This process eliminates kg for ring spun yarns and drafting system. almost 90% vacuum Each speed frame rovescause yarn that would packages of 2.5kg,3kg and 3.7 irregularities Then Splicing the yarn as and goes when to the yarn application so that the yarn is to 120 bobbins at a time from too much variation if the kg packages for open end guide ...

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  • Method to make circular-knit elastic fabric comprising ...

    Circular-knit, elastic, single-knit jersey fabric, of spun and/or continuous filament hard yarns with bare spandex plated in every course, has a cover factor in the range of 1.3 to 1.9, a basis weight from 140 to 240 g/m 2, an elongation of 60% or more and low shrinkage.The circular knit, single-knit jersey fabric is produced by maintaining the draft of the spandex at or below 2× (100% ...

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  • Effect of spinning conditions on characteristics of ...

    Fig. 4 -Variation in energy-la-break of core-spun yarns with feed ralio, main draft and spinning speed [SI -18.4 lex MJS core yarn: S2 -I 1.8 tex MJS core yarn; S3 -11.8 tex MJS viscose yarn; and S4 -1l.8 lex ring-spun core yarn ] and MJS yarns reflect the differences in the spinning processes. On comparing the tenacities of all the MJS

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  • The Effect of Twist Multiplier, Elastane Percentage and ...

    Core spun yarn primarily finds its application in industrial textile sector but during the last more than two decades it is being used in apparel sector primarily in denim. Stretch denims are made by using elastane core spun as weft in the fabric. Advantages of elastane core spun yarn are good recovery, better shape fitting and it facilitates ...

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  • ANALYSING THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CORE ...

    ANNALS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ORADEA FASCICLE OF TEXTILES, LEATHERWORK 13 ANALYSING THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CORE-SPUN YARNS BALCI KILIC Gonca1 1 Dokuz Eylül University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Textile Engineering, 35397, İzmir, Turkey Corresponding author: BALCI KILIC, Gonca, E-Mail: [email protected] Abstract: Core spun yarn is also named as complex ...

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  • Effect of tensile fatigue cyclic loads on bagging ...

    of elastic woven fabrics from the viewpoint of mechanical properties. Therefore, the present work was aimed at investigating the effect of tensile fatigue cyclic loads on bagging deformation of elastic woven fabrics, as well as on fabric mechanical properties. 2 Materials and Methods Eight different kinds of core-spun yarn, which

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  • Effects of Elastane Draw Ratio of Core-spun Yarn on Air ...

    to investigate the effect of elastane draw ratio in the core-spun yarn on the air permeability and bursting strength of bi-stretch woven fabrics. For this aim, 20 Tex cotton combed ring spun yarn samples were produced with four different levels of draw ratio of elastane core (3.07, 3.33, 3.63, 3.99) in the yarn. Four woven fabric samples were

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  • (PDF) Effect of Elastane Denier and Draft Ratio of Core ...

    Effect of Elastane Denier and Draft Ratio of Core-Spun Cotton Weft Yarns on the Mechanical Properties of Woven Fabrics Bilal Qadir, Tanveer Hussain, PhD, Mumtaz Malik, PhD National Textile University, Faisalabad, Punjab PAKISTAN Correspondence to: Tanveer Hussain email: [email protected] ABSTRACT Elastane percentage in the core-spun cotton yarn of a Core-spun yarns have been the ...

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  • Analyzing Some of the Dual-Core Yarn Spinning Parameters ...

    core-spun yarn spinning technology. In core-spun yarn spinning method, any type of elastic filament specially placed to centre of the yarn is covered and wrapped by short staple fibres such as cotton, wool or man-made fibres. Produced yarn is called as core-spun and consisting of core filament and sheath parts. Core-spun yarn production

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  • Design of the Nozzle for Producing Vortex Core-Spun Yarns

    excellent candidate for producing core-spun yarns in which the core filament can be well covered by the wrapper fibers in the outer layer [6]. Nozzle is the key part in the vortex spinning machine and the design of its structure has a significant effect on the resultant yarn properties and the performance of the machine. Therefore,

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  • Effect of polyester and elastane linear density on the ...

    ABSTRACT The use of single-core elastic spun cotton yarns is well established in textiles and denim industry but interest in the use of dual-core-spun yarns has started to grow only recently. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of polyester and elastane linear density on the physical and mechanical properties of dual-core-spun cotton yarns.

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  • Elastic Yarn - an overview

    E. Mielicka, in Advances in Knitting Technology, 2011 1.9.4 Yarns produced using the pneumatic looping technique. The process of pneumatic looping of composite high-elastic yarns was developed in the United States at the end of the 1970s.Stracham connected high-elastic yarn with elastic continuous filament yarn by means of local looping, which is achieved when both yarns pass through a nozzle ...

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