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Fiber and yarn properties of smooth- and hairy-leaf cottons

by Columbus, E.P. lle, MS

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiber quality,
  • Cotton

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRayburn, S.T.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26348900M

    Natural fiber cotton yarn is perfect for sweaters as well as home décor. Smiley’s cotton yarns are all offered at the lowest prices in America. In the tradition of Mark Kurlansky's Cod and Salt, this endlessly revealing book reminds us that the fiber we think of as ordinary is the world's most powerful cash crop, and that it has shaped the destiny of nations. Ranging from its domestication 5, years ago to its influence in creating Calvin Klein's empire and the Gap, Stephen Yafa's Cotton gives us an intimate look at the plant 4/5(3).

    Yarn 0, 1, 2. Fingering, Sock, Sport. Cotton weaving yarn. Natural white wool to hand dye. Brown Sheep: Cotton Fine, Lanaloft, Legacy Lace, Nature Spun, Superwash.   Flax/Linen Source. Linen is bast fiber. Linen is a textile made from hairs of the flax plant. Linen fabric is made from the cellulose fibers that grow inside of the stalks of the flax plant, or Linum usitatissimum, one of the oldest cultivated plants in human history.

      Fibre to yarn 1. Presented by: ELFA RAJA 2. Fibers: A fiber can be described as any substance natural or manufactured that is suitable for being processed into a fabric. Fibers are units of matter having length at least times their diameter or width. Fiber Content: 60% Pima Cotton, 40% Modal®. Details: Modal® is a fine, smooth fiber made from beech trees – the wood is turned into pulp and then reconstituted so that it can be spun into yarn. These fibers are extremely smooth and soft, and blending them with cotton helps the yarn to stay soft and vibrantly colored.


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Fiber and yarn properties of smooth- and hairy-leaf cottons by Columbus, E.P. lle, MS Download PDF EPUB FB2

Iature spinning yarn testing. Cottons in this study were broken at different loading rates from cm/ min for the Stelometer, 2 cm/min for the Favimat, cm/min for the HVI™, and cm/min for the Statimat-M, with respective progeny fiber or yarn strengths of 32, 32, 41, and 27 g/tex.

Progeny fine-ness along with fiber and yarn strengths improved. Fiber strength: The higher the fiber strength the higher the yarn and fabric strength.

Very weak cottons tend to rupture during processing both in blow room and carding, creating short fibers and consequently deteriorate yarn strength and uniformity.

Comfort is another Cotton Fiber Properties. Cotton has moisture regain of 7 to 11 percent. When cotton becomes wet, the fibers swell and become more pliant. This property makes it possible to give a smooth, flat finish to cotton fabrics in pressing or finishing and makes high-count woven fabrics water-repellent.

Want to read all pages of Cotton The Biography of a Revolutionary Fiber pdf Book just visit this link: Cotton The Biography of a Revolutionary Fiber pdf Book 1m1lY4r-4m11n. Textile engineering has four basic departments or branches as yarn spinning, fabric manufacturing, wet processing, apparel manufacturing where others branches are related as textile fiber, textile testing and quality control, fabric structure and design, fashion design, technical textile etc.

The aim of the book is to refresh and supplement the reader's practical knowledge as used in normal spinning operations. gin were applied to smooth-leaf and hairy-leaf cottons. The evaluation of fabric properties produced from modified viscose yarns was investigated in this study.

The results are presented graphically and discussed. The finished fabrics made of Tencel fabric showed lower values of air permeability, abrasion resistance and water vapour transmission rate than fabrics made of cotton yarns, and higher. It is influenced by such factors as fibre fineness, yarn fineness, yarn twist level, fabric tightness, and the relaxation technique.

Murrells et al. () reported the use of an ANN model to predict the degree of spirality of fully relaxed single jersey fabrics made from % cotton ring spun yarns (conventional, low torque and plied). The crucial yarn properties to be considered would be twist in yarn for shortest possible gauge length, within variation of friction in yarn, yarn irregularity, torsional rigidity and flexural rigidity.

Popular Books. List of Top 10 Textile Companies in World. Publisher Summary. This chapter presents that cotton is a natural cellulose fiber obtained from the mature capsule of the plant. The incredible demand and attraction to cotton products that have lasted hundreds of years primarily stem from the touch and the feel of the fiber, a unique characteristic that remains uncontested by any other material.

In the tradition of Mark Kurlansky's Cod and Salt, this endlessly revealing book reminds us that the fiber we think of as ordinary is the world's most powerful cash crop, and that it has shaped the destiny of g from its domestication 5, years ago to its influence in creating Calvin Klein's empire and the Gap, Stephen Yafa's Cotton gives us an intimate loo/5(49).

Here, I have written about physical and chemical properties of cotton fiber. Physical Properties of Cotton: Physical properties of cotton fibers are given below: Color: The color of cotton fiber could be white, creamy white, bluish white, yellowish white or grey.

Tensile Strength: Cotton is moderately strong fiber. It has a tenacity of gm/den. In this study, the effects of cotton fibre properties on the tenacity, elongation, unevenness and hairiness of the compact yarns were investigated in detail.

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Due to the relative inconsistencies of display monitors, the yarn colors you see on your screen may not be a wholly reliable reproduction of the actual product.

We strive to represent yarn colors as accurately as possible, but these screen images should not be regarded as absolutely correct. Flax/Linen fiber is extracted from the bast or skin of the stem of flax plant. Flax fiber is highly absorbent and gives irregular slubby effect on the fabric.

It is stronger than cotton fiber but less elastic. Flax is grown in many parts of the world but top quality flax is primarily grown in Belgium, Italy and Ireland.

ments were made for each of the cottons. Yarn data for one cotton was inadvertently lost reducing the number of measurements per yarn property to The yarn spinning and measurements of the yarn properties were done at the Cotton Quality Research Station.

RESULTS Abbreviated names of the important fiber prop. These results are consistent with findings of Kluka et al. () and Frydrych and Matusiak () who ascertained that there are two main factors influencing the neppiness of cotton yarns: the characteristics of raw material used for production and conditions of the spinning process.

It was determined from the sensitivity analysis of the model for number of neps that yarn linear density was. Spun yarns pill more; filament yarns pill at breaks; short-staple, fiber-spun yarns pill more; soft-twist pill more than hard-twist Blended Yarn made of two or more fiber types wanting the desired properties.

Yarn Fibers Library. For every yarn we sell, we identify the fiber, or combination of fibers that are used in the yarn. Our library provides additional information about the properties of these fibers and how they influence the feel and usage of a yarn.Its cotton fiber is uniquely treated, combed and mercerized in a wide range of colors.

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A key textile fiber for over years, this complex carbohydrate is also one of the leading crops to benefit from genetic engineering. Cotton Fiber Chemistry and Technology offers a modern examination of co1/5(1).