COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TPI, HAIRINESS AND EVENNESS OF CONVENTIONAL RING AND MODERN ROTOR SPUN YARN
AbstractThis work presents a comparative study of the properties of yarns manufactured from identical raw material (100% cotton fiber), of 16 Ne & 20 Ne in conventional ring and modern rotor spinning frame. Mechanical properties e.g. tenacity, elongation%, TPI, hairiness and evenness e.g. unevenness, Thin/km, Thick/km, Neps/km, hairiness, CV of mass of both types of yarns were tested and compared. Ring yarns exhibit higher tenacity; where as rotor yarns expose better result in rest of the tests. Experimentally, most of the yarn characteristics are superior in rotor yarn, except tenacity; tensile strength of ring yarn is 36.36% higher than rotor yarn.
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Ul-Hasan, N., Afroz, F., Islam, M. M., Islam, S. Z., & Hasan, R. (2014). COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TPI, HAIRINESS AND EVENNESS OF CONVENTIONAL RING AND MODERN ROTOR SPUN YARN. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 10(33). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2014.v10n33p%p