Seval UYANIK
(Adıyaman Üniversitesi, Mühendislik Fakültesi, Tekstil Mühendisliği Bölümü, Adıyaman, Türkiye)
Yıl: 2020Cilt: 35Sayı: 4ISSN: 1019-1011Sayfa Aralığı: 959 - 968İngilizce

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Analysis of Splicing Method on Bursting Strength of the Knitted Fabrics
The study was carried out as two parts. In the published previous part, the spliced yarn performances were investigated to reveal optimum splicing method in terms of fiber type and yarn count on the basis of splicing methods including air splicing, wet splicing and mechanical (twin) splicing by using pure and blended ring-spun yarns containing cotton, viscose, polyester, modal, and acrylic fibers at different yarn counts of Ne 20, Ne 30 and Ne 40. The study revealed that twin splicer was the best for cotton fiber and acrylic fiber, whereas it was the worst for regenerated cellulosic fibers. All splicer types can be used for polyester fiber, and the best splicer type was air splicer for fine yarns, on the contrary, it was twin splicer for coarse yarns. The current study which is the second part of the study aimes to determine the bursting strength properties of the knitted fabrics on the basis of splice types. For this, the obtained yarns by splicing in different splicer in the previous work were knitted, and then the tests of structural properties and bursting strength were applied for the fabric samples. The results of the study unexpectedly indicate that splice types do not have effect on the bursting strength of the knitted fabrics in spite of the results of the previous study showing splice types clearly affect yarn strength. But, fiber types are effective on the bursting strength as expected. Besides, fabric structural properties do not have effect on the bursting strength because of constant knitting parameters.
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