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Quality of Cotton Yarns Spun Using Ring-, Compact-, and Rotor-Spinning Machines as a Function of Selected Spinning Process Parameters

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This work presents an analysis of the quality parameters of cotton yarns with linear densities of 15, 18, 20, 25, 30, and 40 tex manufactured with the use of ring-, compact-, and BD 200S & R1 rotor spinning machines. Slivers and rovings obtained from carded and combed middle-staple cotton were the initial half-products. We determined the functional dependencies of selected fundamental parameters of yarn quality, such as tenacity, elongation at break, unevenness of linear density, hairiness and the number of faults on the yarn’s linear density. The dependencies assessed allow us to calculate the quality parameters of cotton yarns for any given linear mass, and enable the modelling of yarn parameters for different carded and combed yarn streams spun with use of the various spinning machines which were the object of this research.

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cotton, combed cotton yarn, carded cotton yarn, ring spinning, compact spinning, rotor spinning, quality yarn parameters, linear regression, non-linear regression, mean-square approximation

Published in issue no 1 (60) / 2007, pages 24–30.

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