Advanced Fiber Spinning Technology by Toshi Takajima

By Toshi Takajima

Essentially the most attention-grabbing advancements of the previous couple of many years within the box of fiber creation were the results of in depth research in eastern and examine institutes. This ebook used to be initially released in jap by means of the Society of Fiber technological know-how and know-how, Japan, on the way to current an intensive clinical and technological evaluate of advances in fiber construction, and is now released in English. as well as offering an intensive overview of modern breakthroughs in fiber spinning expertise, this renowned booklet illustrates how R&D pays

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Characteristics: High perspiration absorption, quick drying. 35 246 Advanced fiber spinning technology CRISETA (Mitsubishi Rayon) Main technology: Micro-diversified thick and thin yarn. Special drawing and twisting. Examples of final products: Dresses. Blouses. Characteristics: Dry spun-silk hand, soft drape. 35 Appendix 247 Main technology: Bicomponent fiber of nylon and EVAL. Sheath-core. Examples of final products: Sports wear. Coats. Characteristics: Peach-like type with high shrinkage. 35 248 Advanced fiber spinning technology FSY (Unitika) Main technology: Bicomponent fiber consisting of two polyesters with different alkali-solubility.

35 Appendix 239 AOAI (Kanebo) Main technology: Hybrid fabric of polynosic and shingosen. Fibrillation of polynosic by biological treatment. Examples of final products: Blouses. Jackets. Characteristics: Sophisticated shadowy appearance, soft and wrinklefree, good dimensional stability and recovery. OBJET (Kanebo) Main technology: Composite textured yarn. Color mix. Differential shrinkage. Examples of final products: Ladies' suits and bottoms. Characteristics: Soft, tweed-like, stereographic surface, good airy drape.

In the figure, (110) lattice fringes are running parallel to the direction of the fiber axis. The coherent region in which the fringes are observed is about 15 nm in width and attains to 200 nm in length. The fringes are slightly curved and partly faint, but the region seems to have no defects. This region corresponds to a shish in the shish-kebab structure which appears in oriented crystallization, and is considered to be a kind of tie-crystallite. 1, it was mentioned that the fiber structure of PE has two faces of lamellar and fibrillar structure.

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