By Toshi Takajima
Probably the most attention-grabbing advancements of the previous few a long time within the box of fiber construction were the results of extensive examine in jap and examine institutes. This ebook used to be initially released in jap by means of the Society of Fiber technological know-how and know-how, Japan, for you to current an intensive clinical and technological evaluate of advances in fiber creation, and is now released in English. as well as supplying an intensive evaluation of contemporary breakthroughs in fiber spinning know-how, this renowned booklet illustrates how R&D pays
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Extra resources for Advanced Fiber Spinning Technology
There were few studies on physiochemical changes and on structural formation in the spun fibers between the spinneret and the take-up device. With the rapid advance of the synthetic fiber industry in the 1940s, a strong need arose to understand the basics of the spinning process in order to improve the productivity and quality control of the fibers. Consequently, towards the end of the 1950s, Ziabicki published a series of papers concerning melt spinning in which the spinning process was analyzed mathematically as an engineering problem: the papers served as a powerful incentive to researchers in this field of study.
Examples of final products: Blouses. Jackets. Characteristics: Sophisticated shadowy appearance, soft and wrinklefree, good dimensional stability and recovery. OBJET (Kanebo) Main technology: Composite textured yarn. Color mix. Differential shrinkage. Examples of final products: Ladies' suits and bottoms. Characteristics: Soft, tweed-like, stereographic surface, good airy drape. 35 240 Advanced fiber spinning technology LOUVRO (Toyobo) Main technology: Dispersion of fine ceramics which possess the same refraction as PET.
Coats. Characteristics: Soft and bulky, good drape, powdery feel. 35 Appendix 243 SHANDEL (Toyobo) Main technology: Uniformly dispersed fine ceramics. Thick and thin yarn (controlled irregularity). Examples of final products: Dresses. Blouses. Characteristics: Lively resilience with good drape, natural unevenness, light. 35 244 Advanced fiber spinning technology BONANZA (Mitsubishi Rayon) Main technology: Multi-layered composite yarn. Copolymer. Controlled molecular orientation (crystallization).