Some features of contact-convective drying of viscose yarn
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Expenditures of heat in drying individual viscose textile yarns have been studied as a function of the construction of the device for condensated withdrawal from the type PNSh machines.
It has been shown experimentally that a drying cylinder with siphon condensate withdrawal and a gas removal tube for removal of gases which are insoluble in the condensate reduces the consumption of heat in drying, increases the temperature of the contact surface, and aids in a more uniform temperature distribution.
KeywordsPolymer Temperature Distribution Contact Surface Uniform Temperature Uniform Temperature Distribution
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