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Title: A Study of the Drafting Tenacity of Jute Slivers
Authors: Sanyal, D P
Mukhopadhyay, U
Keywords: Batching oil;Cationic softener;Crimp;Drafting tenacity;Jute sliver;Sliver irregularity
Issue Date: Jun-1988
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: The drafting tenacity of jute slivers has been measured and its relationship with various processing parameters and fibre properties assessed. The drafting tenacity of jute slivers of different qualities and its dependence on sliver weight and sliver crimp have been estimated. The drafting force required for white variety is more than that for the tossa variety. Drafting force has a linear regression with sliver weight and crimp. Drafting force variation has been correlated with sliver irregularity as well as with irregularity of the resultant yam. The effect of different amounts of batching oil and cationic softeners on the drafting tenacity of the sliver has also been studied. The drafting tenacity increases with increase in the amount of oil up to 2.2% and decreases thereafter.
Page(s): 75-79
ISSN: 0975-1025 (Online); 0971-0426 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJFTR Vol.13(2) [June 1988]

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