Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp 387–390 | Cite as

Secondary energy resources in viscose fibre manufacturing

  • A. N. Selin
  • V. P. Kim
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An assessment of local exhausts in the manufacture of viscose fibre has been carried out.

Thermotechnical properties of the local exhausts have been calculated.

It has been found that exhausts from the lossening tank and finishing solution tanks, spent dryer air, and the off-gas from the unit for contact evaporation of precipitation bath are secondary energy resources in viscose fibre manufacture.


Polymer Precipitation Evaporation Energy Resource Viscose Fibre 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1989

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  • A. N. Selin
  • V. P. Kim

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