Combined Effect of Carding Machine Process Parameters on Yarn Properties; Process Optimization

Authors

  • Mebrahtom Teklehaimanot Mekelle University, Ethiopian Institute of Technology, Department of Garment and Textile Engineering, Mekelle, Ethiopia Author
  • Kiday Fisseha Aksum University, Aksum Institute of Technology, Faculty of Textiles and Fashion Technology, Aksum, Ethiopia Author
  • Million Ayele Bahir Dar University, Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology, 1037, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia Author https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0744-6246

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14502/tekstilec.65.2021020

Keywords:

yarn, process parameters, optimization, strength, unevenness, yarn imperfection

Abstract

Yarn tensile properties, unevenness, and irregularities are the most important properties of the yarn quality parameters that determine the fabric’s mechanical properties and appearance. In the current study, the combined effect of carding machine parameters (cylinder speed, flat speed, cylinder to flat setting, and taker-in speed) on yarn properties (yarn strength, elongation, unevenness, and total yarn imperfection) have been examined. In this research, 40 samples of open-end yarn were produced and each of them was tested for their strength, elongation, unevenness, and imperfection. Design-expert 7.0.0 software and Factorial designing have been employed to analyze the results. The results from statistical analysis have showed that increasing the gap between the cylinder and flat setting and increasing the taker-in speed increased yarn unevenness and increasing cylinder speed, flat speed, and taker-in speed increased total yarn imperfection significantly. Similarly, increasing the flat speed, cylinder speed, and taker-in speed as well as increasing the gap between the cylinder and flat reduced yarn strength and elongation significantly.

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2022-02-09

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Teklehaimanot, M., Fisseha, K., & Ayele, M. (2022). Combined Effect of Carding Machine Process Parameters on Yarn Properties; Process Optimization . Tekstilec, 65(1), 58-66. https://doi.org/10.14502/tekstilec.65.2021020

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