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Effect of the Air-Jet and the False-Twist Texturing Processes on the Stress-Relaxation of Polyamide 6.6 Yarns

AuthorsManich, Albert M. ; Maíllo, Josefina; Cayuela Marín, Diana; Gacén Guillén, Joaquín; Castellar Bertrán, María Dolors; Ussman, M.
KeywordsPolyamide 6.6
Filament fineness
Issue Date8-May-2007
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
CitationJournal of Applied Polymer Science 105(5): 2482-2487 (2007)
AbstractPolyamide 6.6 multifilament yarns were converted to crimped fibers by texturing to simulate the properties of natural staple fiber yarns for textile applications. Texturing is carried out by mechanical stresses (turbulences or twisting) under thermal or hydrothermal conditions which affect the fine structure of the fiber. Two polyamide yarns with the same linear density but composed of filaments of different fineness were textured by the False-Twist (thermal) and the Air-Jet (hydrothermal) procedures. The influence of texturing and filament fineness on the relaxation behavior of the yarns was studied.
Description6 pages, 3 figures.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/app.26438
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