Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

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Banerjee S


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    Influence of Component Fibre Properties on the Tensile Properties of Ramie Blended Yarn
    Author(s): Dey SK, Ghadge SV, Jagajanantha P and Banerjee SDey SK, Ghadge SV, Jagajanantha P and Banerjee S

    Usage of unexplored lesser known natural fibres in the global arena is not only the important striking area, but simultaneously to search out a suitable avenue for which separate spinning system is not widely available or established. Blending of different fibres having similar or different properties is an important consideration to upgrade certain functional properties of textiles either in apparel or in technical textiles. The theory based on the mechanical properties of the component fibres of blended yarn is well explained by Hamburger in 1949. Blending of indigenous ramie with jute/acrylic will help development of textiles with better functional properties by combining positive features of both the fibres. The tensile properties of blended yarns and influence of component fibres on mechanical characteristics of indigenous ramie-jute and ramie-acrylic blends spun on existing jute.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2165-8064.1000315

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