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Thermal Properties of Polymers

Thermal Properties of Polymers :  Thermal property: The property which is shown by a textile fiber when it is subjected to heating is called thermal property. Thermal property is included:  Thermal conductivity Melting transition temperature Glass transition temperature Heat setting Thermal expansion Heat of wetting or heat absorption Flammability Thermal conductivity: Thermal conductivity is the […]

A Techno Commercial Study of Re-cycling of Metallic Powder Used in Polyester Industry as a Polymer Filtration Media

A Techno Commercial Study of Re-cycling of Metallic Powder Used in Polyester Industry as a Polymer Filtration Media

A Techno Commercial Study of Re-cycling of Metallic Powder Used in Polyester Industry as a Polymer Filtration Media Dr. S. S. Bhattacharya1, D.K. Sullere2, R.K Dubey3 Professor, Textile Engg. Dept,  Faculty of Engineering & Technology, M.S. university , Vadodara, Gujarat, India1. M.Text, MBA, Principal, M.S. Polytechnic, Surat, Gujarat, India2 M.Text.,  General Manager Poy (C.P.Division), Garden Silk […]

Thermal Properties of Polymers

Torsional Properties of Textile Materials

Torsional Properties of Textile Materials Torsional Property: Fibers are twisted to form yarns, while are made into textile fabrics or ropes. The torsional properties determine how fibers respond while being twisted. Torsional Rigidity: The torsional rigidity is the resistance of a fiber to twisting. In the Hookean region of small stains, the torsional rigidity defined […]

Thermal Properties of Polymers

Flexural Properties of Textile Materials

Flexural Properties of Textile Materials The behavior which shows by textile material during bending is called flexural (bending) property. The importance of Flexural properties is required when we wear cloth. Significance of Bending and Twisting: ❶  The bending and twisting of fibers influence the behavior of bulked yarn and the drape and handle of fabrics. […]

Thermal Properties of Polymers

Basic Concept of Combing Process | Types of Comber Machine

Combing is the process that removes the final proportion of short fibers, neps and others impurities such as vegetable matter and seed coat fragments in cotton that has already been carded. Combed yarns are superior in quality when compared to carded yarn as they are generally finer, stronger, smoother and more uniform due to the removal of short fibers and the alignment of fibers.

Thermal Properties of Polymers