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|Title:||Effect of Sampling and Testing Methods on Determination of Fibre Length in Jute Slivers and Yarns|
|Authors:||Banerjee, B L|
|Abstract:||The expected frequency distributions of fibre length in jute slivers and yarns for different methods of sample preparation have been deduced analytically. For each such distribution, the expected average length of fibres obtained on the basis of number and weight of fibres has been estimated. Some test results are presented to show their extent of agreement with the values estimated analytically. The causes for discrepancies between experimental values and those expected from analytical relations are discussed. For routine testing of fibre length, the need for standardizing the methods of sampling and testing has been stressed.|
|ISSN:||0975-1025 (Online); 0971-0426 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJFTR Vol.05(3) [September 1980]|
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