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2015 | Vol. 15, no. 4 | 260--265
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A Comparative Study of Hooks in the Yarns Produced by Different Spinning Technologies

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This article presents a comparative study of hooks’ characteristics of ring, rotor, air-jet and open-end friction spun yarns. Hook types and their extent, spinning in-coefficient and mean fibre extent in the yarns produced on different spinning technologies are investigated. The results show that the hook extents for open-end friction spun yarn are the highest followed by rotor, ring and air-jet spun yarns. Ring and air-jet spun yarns have higher percentage and extent of trailing hook as compared with leading hook, whereas, rotor and friction spun yarns show the reverse trend.
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  • Department of Textile Technology, Government College of Engineering & Textile Technology, Berhampore, West Bengal, 742 101, India, anindya.textile@gmail.com
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  • Department of Textile Technology, Government College of Engineering & Textile Technology, Berhampore, West Bengal, 742 101, India, subhasis.tex@gmail.com
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