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|Title:||Low-stress and recovery characteristics of tencel blended ring, rotor and MJS yarns|
|Authors:||Tyagi, G K|
|Keywords:||Low-stress properties;MJS yarn;Recovery properties;Ring-spun yarn;Rotor-spun yarn;Structural integrity;Tencel-polyester yarn;Tencel- cotton yarn;Tensile energy|
|Abstract:||The low-stress and recovery properties of ring, rotor and MJS yarns spun from tencel-polyester and tencel-cotton fibre mix have been studied. In comparison with ring and MJS yarns, rotor-spun yarns are more bulky, possess low tensile energy and resilience, lower immediate elastic recovery and have higher delayed elastic recovery and permanent deformation. Ring- spun yarns, on the other hand, possess least decay but behave poorly during abrasion test for 200 cycles. An increase in tencel content in both tencel-polyester and tencel-cotton mixes produces a compact yarn with reduced abrasion resistance, structural integrity and tensile resilience, poor recovery properties, and higher tensile energy. Generally, tencel-polyester yarns display better low-stress characteristics, except the abrasion resistance. Recovery properties have been found to significantly deteriorate with the increase in amplitude of extension regardless of yarn structure.|
|ISSN:||0975-1025 (Online); 0971-0426 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJFTR Vol.38(4) [December 2013]|
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