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Fibre alignment and straightening in opening for OE spinning

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posted on 20.07.2016, 13:24 by S. Ulku, Memis Acar, Timothy G. King, B. Ozipek
Sliver separation is an essential operation in open-end spinning. Ideally, the sliver should be separated down to individual fibers, each of which is transported in a fully extended configuration. In reality, however, fiber behavior is far from ideal. Because yam properties are affected by the effective fiber length, alignment of fibers in the air flow should be achieved and maintained, and the fibers must be delivered onto the spinning surface of the spinner in a parallel, well oriented condition. To obtain straight fibers in the air flow to the twisting process, the fibers must be removed in a straightened form, or straightened during removal, from the pin-clothing of the opening roller.

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  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

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TEXT RES J

Volume

63

Issue

6

Pages

309 - 312

Citation

ULKU, S. ... et al, 1993. Fibre Alignment and Straightening in Opening for OE Spinning. Textile Research Journal, 63 (6), pp.309-312

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Sage (© Textile Research Institute)

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AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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Publication date

1993

ISSN

0040-5175

Language

en

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