Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

Open Access

Lemlem Tikua

Department of Textile and Fashion Technology, Bangladesh University of Axum, Axum, Ethiopia

  • Research Article   
    Study the Impact of Rove Strand Surface Contact on Flyer Top and Roving Spacer Size on Ring Yarn Properties
    Author(s): Mebrahtom Teklehaimanot*, Kiday Fisseha and Lemlem Tikua

    The project focuses on the study the impact of the roving strand surface contact on flyer top and the spacer size on yarn properties. For the study 100% cotton fiber which 0.7Ne roving and 23Ne yarn were used. The different flyer top (front flyer top, conventional back flyer top, and modified back flyer top) and the roving spacer sizes (spacer size 4mm, spacer size 5mm, and spacer size 6mm) were used to produce a rove (0.7Ne) that were processed in to yarn. The produced yarns are tested in Almeda Textile Company spinning laboratory for different parameters. The modification of the conventional back flyer top is achieved by equalizing the surface contact of the rove strand on the front and back flyer tops. From the analysis it is found that low surface contact of rove strand on flyer top (conventional back flyer top) and higher spacer size has a significant effect on rove evenness, yar.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2165-8064.2023.13.523

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