Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns

Methods used in industry to determine the surface characteristics of the air-jet textured yarns are reviewed and shown to be primitive, subjective, tedious, and unreliable. A new technique developed to determine the loop size and frequency and core diameter of the yarn is described. This technique i...

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Main Authors: Memis Acar, Timothy G. King, Gordon R. Wray
Format: Default Conference proceeding
Published: 1986
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Online Access:https://hdl.handle.net/2134/26957
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spelling rr-article-95484591986-01-01T00:00:00Z Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns Memis Acar (1248636) Timothy G. King (7206926) Gordon R. Wray (7206662) Mechanical engineering not elsewhere classified untagged Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified Methods used in industry to determine the surface characteristics of the air-jet textured yarns are reviewed and shown to be primitive, subjective, tedious, and unreliable. A new technique developed to determine the loop size and frequency and core diameter of the yarn is described. This technique incorporates a charge coupled device (CCD) for image sensing and microprocessors for data capturing and processing, to determine objective quality control parameters. 1986-01-01T00:00:00Z Text Conference contribution 2134/26957 https://figshare.com/articles/conference_contribution/Development_of_objective_quality_control_criteria_for_air-jet_textured_yarns/9548459 CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
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Memis Acar
Timothy G. King
Gordon R. Wray
Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
description Methods used in industry to determine the surface characteristics of the air-jet textured yarns are reviewed and shown to be primitive, subjective, tedious, and unreliable. A new technique developed to determine the loop size and frequency and core diameter of the yarn is described. This technique incorporates a charge coupled device (CCD) for image sensing and microprocessors for data capturing and processing, to determine objective quality control parameters.
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author Memis Acar
Timothy G. King
Gordon R. Wray
author_facet Memis Acar
Timothy G. King
Gordon R. Wray
author_sort Memis Acar (1248636)
title Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
title_short Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
title_full Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
title_fullStr Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
title_full_unstemmed Development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
title_sort development of objective quality control criteria for air-jet textured yarns
publishDate 1986
url https://hdl.handle.net/2134/26957
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