spun yarn


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spun yarn

[′spən ′yärn]
(textiles)
A textile yarn spun and twisted from staple-length fiber, either natural or synthetic.
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Comparison of artificial neural network and linear regression models for prediction of ring spun yarn properties.
Rieter R-40 was adjusted for100% cotton and used to spun yarn samples of three different linear densities with low twist of 550 tpm at a rotor speed of 90,000 rpm.
Tensile properties of spun yarn and composites were measured using the Uster Technologies Tensorapid III as per ISO 2062 standard.
Based on data from the Industry Ministry the country has 204 companies operating in spinning industry , but most of them are small producers of spun yarns.
Increasing the yarn fineness the mass per unit area as well volume mass decreases; single jersey knitted fabric made from cotton spun yarn of fineness of 14,3 tex has mass per unit area of 70 g/[m.
The Jakarta-based subsidiary was established in 1972 for the production and sales of acrylic spun yarn and nylon filament in Indonesia.
In order to make these cotton rich goods easy to care for, Spartan used a ring spun yarn in a sateen weave, bringing the cotton to the surface of the fabric.
Among his collections of sea stories are Futility (1898), telling of a disaster resembling the sinking of the Titanic; Spun Yarn (1898); Shipmates (1901); Sinful Peck (1903); Down to the Sea (1905); Land Ho
For more than 15 years he worked in the textile industry for the Rieter Group, first as head of manufacturing and procurement and then as CEO of Spun Yarn Systems.
I've teamed up with my second floor arcade neighbour, Spun Yarn Shop, who run a weekly knitting group on Thursday mornings.
The properties of compact yarn are better than conventional ring spun yarn.