Comparative Analysis of Warp Yarn Sizing Impact on Ring Spun Yarn with OE Yarn
Keywords:ring spinning, rotor spinning, sizing, textile, wear resistance, twist multiplier, yarn parameters
The ring, and rotor systems all produce yarn with completely distinct structures and characteristics. Regarding its technical and financial viability, every spinning system has unique advantages and drawbacks. A 20s count, 60:40 cotton: polyester blend is produced using the following process parameters (i.e., Break draft, Main draft, cradle length setting, RH value, hank from carding to speed frame, Tension, TPI, Tapper angle, Doffing length, in the spinning methods of Ring, and Rotor. This area produces yarns of medium to poor quality that are used to create heavy fabrics like twill, denim, chino, and dungarees. As opposed to ring spinning, which produces coarse yarns with a cotton count range of 5 to 40, open-end rotor spinning has a greater production rate. The textile created by rotor spinning has the spectrum of yarn counts for open end spinning it is constrained. In the procedure of open-end spinning, coarser count can be spun. The cloth with open ends has a fuzzy hand feel. The fabric made from open end yarn suffers from bad wear resistance as well. lower strength, water absorption, pilling resistance, wash resistance, and fine printing compared to the ring spun yarn The rotor yarn is porous and has a larger circumference than rings. Poor tensile strength is present in the yarn being spun in the open-end spinning procedure. Since open end yarn uses a greater twist multiplier, it has a low degree of softness. The goal for our project is to size the above produced both yarns and examining and comparing the textile properties of the ring and rotor (CSP,U% elongation, breaking point, imperfection, hairiness, etc.) is the project's main objective. We looked at how yarn's qualities change as a result of a shift in procedure. We are identifying the various characteristics of produced yarn and its use in this endeavor.
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