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Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp 56–58 | Cite as

Some special features in drying ordinary viscose textile yarns

  • É. A. Mal'vinov
  • G. G. Finger
  • A. B. Pakshver
  • I. P. Baksheev
  • P. A. Butyagin
Chemistry And Technology Of Man-Made Fibers
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Conclusions

On machines for continuous spinning, finishing, drying, and twisting of viscose textile yarns without intermediate conditioning, the most favorable yarn moisture range is 10–13%; this ensures optimum physicomechanical indices and twist uniformity.

In conductive-convective drying of viscose textile yarns which are in the drawn state, evaporation of moisture from the interfiber space takes place more slowly, the larger the number and the less the linear density of the elementary filaments in the complex yarn.

Keywords

Polymer Evaporation Linear Density Viscose Textile Textile Yarn 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • É. A. Mal'vinov
  • G. G. Finger
  • A. B. Pakshver
  • I. P. Baksheev
  • P. A. Butyagin

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