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Coherence Analysis of the Charasteristics of Wound Woolen Yarn Deformation

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In the winding process, on its way from the spinning tube to the bobbin, yarn was exposed to different influences that caused various tensions in different sectors. The increase in the tension force brought about a decrease in the linear density of all the wound yarns. All of this influenced the resulting tension with which the yarn was wound onto the bobbin. After two weeks, the deformation characteristics of these yarns were examined. Also determined were values of the breaking forces and relative elongation at break for all the linear density. On the basis of a F-ĺ curve, elasticity limits were defined as well as the yield point of the wound yarns analysed. Making use of the recommendations of some investigators, it was possible to project the breaking forces, elasticity limit force and forces at the yield point. The quality control of raw materials, process control and yarn quality control are a necessary help for the technologist to establish a well-set winding process. It is only on the basis of the exact parameters provided by such controls that it becomes possible to intervene correctly and in time in order to achieve optimal results and obtain good quality wound yarn.

Tags: winding process, deformation characteristics, elasticity limits, yield point.

Published in issue no 4 (69) / 2008, pages 29–33.

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