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|Title:||Characteristics of fabrics knitted with basic knitting structures from combed ring and compact yarns|
Weft knitted fabric
|Abstract:||The abrasion resistance, pilling tendency, Lab values, K/S value and burst strength of fabrics with basic knitting structures of RL-jersey, RR-ribbed, RR-interlock forms produced from 100% combed cotton ring and compact yarns have been studied and compared. It is observed that the differences between the structures of ring and compact yarns play a significant role on the fabric properties. The fabrics produced from compact yarns are found to have better abrasion resistance, higher burst strength, less pilling tendency, better dye absorption, and dyeability in more vivid colors.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJFTR Vol.34(1) [March 2009]|
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