Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp 128–131 | Cite as

Effect of stretching conditions on the properties of polyester textile yarns

  • V. É. Geller
  • I. N. Zhmykhov
  • E. A. Rogova
Physico-Mechanical Properties And Application Of Man-Made Fibres


By varying the temperature of the heating roll and, correspondingly, the magnitude of the natural stretch ratio, one can obtain a required level of change in shrinkage in a definite sequence; and by periodicity of removal of the yarn being stretched from the heater, one may obtain lengthwise variation in shrinkage of polyester textile yarn.


Polymer Shrinkage Require Level Polyester Textile Stretch Ratio 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. É. Geller
  • I. N. Zhmykhov
  • E. A. Rogova

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