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Title: Studies on animal fibre blended handmade felts: Part II — Frictional, compressional and thermal properties
Authors: Shakyawar, D B
Patni, P C
Gupta, N P
Keywords: Camel hair;Compressibility;Rabbit hair;Thermal conductivity;Wool
Issue Date: Sep-2007
Publisher: CSIR
IPC Code: : Int. Cl.⁸ D04H
Abstract: The frictional, compressional and thermal properties of handmade felts prepared from wool, rabbit hair, camel hair and their blends have been studied. Felts made from rabbit hair and its blends are smoother, warmer and softer as compared to those made from camel hair and sheep wool. Felts produced from sheep wool possess highest coefficient of friction and resiliency than those produced from camel hair. Frictional properties of felts are governed by fibre diameter, medullation content and compressibility of felt, whereas thermal behaviour is influenced by fibre diameter only.
Page(s): 301-305
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/335
ISSN: 0971-0426
Appears in Collections:IJFTR Vol.32(3) [September 2007]

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