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Examining the Relation Between the Number and Location of Tuck Stitches and Bursting Strength in Circular Knitted Fabrics

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1172066

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Abstract:

Single jersey fabrics are the most common type among knitted fabrics. Their patterns  are designed by loops, tuck  and float stitches and their combinations. The tuck stitch has important influences on fabric properties as  it increases the fabric weight, thickness and width, and makes the fabric more porous than others . In this research 12 different circular knitted fabrics were produced with different numbers of tuck stitches and were also dyed. As the most important performance property for knitted fabrics, their bursting strength properties were investigated. The aim of the study was to examine the relation between the tuck stitches and bursting strength in circular knitted fabrics according to the number and location of  tuck stitches in the pattern. To achieve the most correct result, graphics and statistical analyses were used.

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tuck stitch, bursting strength, single jersey fabric, circular knitted fabrics.

Citation:

Uyanik S, Degirmenci Z, Topalbekiroglu M, Geyik F. Examining the Relation Between the Number and Location of Tuck Stitches and Bursting Strength in Circular Knitted Fabrics. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe  2016, Vol. 24,  1(115): 114-119. DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1172066

Published in issue no 1 (115) / 2016, pages 114–119.

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