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ISBN-13: 9788185733425

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Yarn elongation is also influenced by traveller weight and high variation in twist insertion. For ring yarns the number of thin places increases, as the trash content and uniformity ratio increased For rotor yarns 50%span length and bundle strength has an ·influence on thin places. Processing of Textile Fibres 51 Thick places in ringyarn is mainly affected by 50%span length, trash content and shor fibre content. The following expression helps to obtain the yarn CSP achievable at optimum twist multiplier with the available fibre properties.

Production of the more rigid secondary cell wall usually signals the cessation of cell expansion. Secondary cell wall formation is often indicated by the development of wall birefringence. Analyses of fiber diameter and cell wall birefringence show that fiber diameter significantly increased as fibers grew and developed secondary cell walls. Both cotton species and all the genotypes tested exhibited similar increases in diameter; however, the specific rates of change differed. Fibers continued to increase in diameter during the secondary wall synthesis stage of development, indicating that the synthesis of secondary cell wall does not coincide with the cessation of cell expansion.

Compressed air is forced through the sample, at a definite pressure and the volume-rate of flow of air is measured by a rotometer type flowmeter. The sample for Micronaire test should be well opened cleaned and thoroughly mixed( by hand fluffing and opening method). Out of the various air-flow instruments, the Micronaire is robust in construction, easy to operate and presents little difficulty as regards its maintenance. Processing of Textile Fibres 39 Fibre maturity Fibre maturity is another important characteristic of cotton and is an index of the extent of development of the fibres.

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