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EFFECT OF TM AND LOOP LENGTH ON DRAPE CO-EFFICIENT OF SINGLE JERSEY KNITTED FABRICS

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Shivaraj R. Kulkarni Assistant Director Department of Textiles, Govt. of Karnataka S. N. Ramesh Associate Professor, BIE, Davanagere S. Shaheeda Banu Faculty, Dept of Management Studies, RYMEC, Bellary

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Shivaraj R. Kulkarni

Assistant Director Department of Textiles, Govt. of Karnataka

S. N. Ramesh

Associate Professor, BIE, Davanagere

S. Shaheeda Banu

Faculty, Dept of Management Studies, RYMEC, Bellary

ABSTRACT

These are the days twist plays vital role in the hosiery yarn. The end applications of the knitted fabric are mainly depend upon the TM of Yarn. In this Research work cotton yarn and polyester cotton Blended (65%+35+) yarn used spun with same count of 30 Ne produced on Ring and compact spinning machines. Three TM levees are selected 3.32, 3.66, 3.94, to produce yarn on both spinning system.

Three different loop lengths like, 0.27, 0.30 and 0.33 are selected produce single jersey plain knitted fabrics. Gamut of properties are studied with respect to geometrical and drape co-efficient of fabrics. The samples are washed for five cycles.

KEYWORDS

TM, Drape co-efficient, Compact and Loop length

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