Cukurova University,Department of Textile Engineering, Main Branch of Textile Technology

December 31, 2015

The Effect of Drawing Ratio and Cross-Sectional Shapes on the Properties of Polypropylene CF and BCF Yarns

Polypropylene (PP) is a versatile and widely used polyolefin polymer with outstanding properties such as low density, easy processability, lower cost, low melting point, etc.

Properties of the polymer, fiber cross-section and process parameters have an important influence on the filament yarn properties.

In this study, PP filament yarns as C-shaped and round cross-sectional shapes were produced with five different drawing ratios by using CF and BCF yarn types.

We focused on changes of yarn test results (linear density, tenacity, breaking elongation, shrinkage in boiling water and the amount of spin finish lubricants) with the effect of drawing ratios, cross-sectional shapes and yarn types (CF and BCF).

The findings from this study make several contributions to the current literature.

We found that drawing ratios, cross-sectional shape and yarn types are effective on the testing results separately. Furthermore, these differences are statistically significant when their effects are taken together.

Source: Tekstil ve Mühendis
Publisher: UCTEA Chamber of Textile Engineers
Original Language: English
Document type: Article / Open Access


Cited by 1 documents except author up to this time :

1. Yakut, E., & Çot, E. (2019). Yapay Sinir Ağı Tekniği Kullanılarak Polipropilen BCF İpliklerinin Uzama,Mukavemet ve Kıvrımlılık Değerlerinin Tahminlemesi- Tekstil Sektöründe Bir Uygulama, Ekin Yayınevi. 123p. ISBN: 978-605-327-941-9


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