A Comparative Analysis of Tencel-Polyester Blended Ring and Compact Spun Yarns

  • Syed Abdul Adil Phd scholar
  • Dhirendra Sharma, prof MLV Textile & Engineering College, Bhilwara, 311001, India.
Keywords: Blended Yarn, Compact-Spun Yarn, Tencel-Polyester Yarn, Ring-Spun Yarn

Abstract

Compact-spun yarns are less hairy, more extensible, stronger, and more
regular and have less imperfections than their ring-spun counterparts.
A rise in yarn linear density rises evenness and hairiness but declines
tenacity and breaking extension. Further, the consequence of twist
factor on yarn characteristics, in general, depends upon the fibrous
components and tencel content.

Author Biographies

Syed Abdul Adil, Phd scholar

MLV Textile & Engineering College, Bhilwara, 311001, India

Dhirendra Sharma, prof, MLV Textile & Engineering College, Bhilwara, 311001, India.

MLV Textile & Engineering College, Bhilwara, 311001, India.

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Published
2020-07-04