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Comparison of the Quality Parameter between Cotton and Melange process


Rezaul Karim1*, Abdur Razzak1, A.K.M. Mahabubuzzaman2, and A Shahid3


1Dept. of Textile Engineering, Sonargaon University, Dhaka, Bangladesh; 2Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh; 3Dept. of Textile Engineering, Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology, Gazipur, Bangladesh 

*Correspondence: rezatex99@gmail.com

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ABSTRACT

The comparison of the quality parameter between Cotton and melange processes for different count and melange ratios have been studied. Here the yarns are produced from Indian cotton, Australia cotton, US cotton, China Black Viscose, and Indian Black Viscose (Melange). During the project work, different properties for the different machines in the same setting and ratios have been observed. All observations have completed by the latest model LMW (LR 9/AX) Auto Doffer Ring Machine. The quality parameters, for instance, mass irregularity (U%, CVm%,) Imperfection index (IPI), Count Strength Product (CSP), and hairiness were tested and then analyzed. For melange yarn, for different ratios, the best results have been given by 100% cotton yarn, because there is no blending between two different fibers. The quality parameter and characteristics have been presented for different types of fiber (100 % cotton, Black Viscose) and produced yarn (100 % Cotton, 5% Melange, 10% Melange, and 15 % Melange ratio) from the fiber. The productivity of melange yarn base on different condition is increased than 100% cotton yarn.


Keywords: Cotton, CSP, U%, CVm%, Melange, Imperfection, Quality Parameter, IPI, and Yarn.


Citation:  Karim R, Razzak A, Mahabubuzzaman AKM, and Shahid A. (2019). Comparison of the Quality Parameter between Cotton and Melange process, Aust. J. Eng. Innov. Technol., 1(6), 21-30. https://doi.org/10.34104/ajeit.019.21030


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