Development of Synthetic Core / Cotton Sheath Friction Spun Yarns Suitable for Specialty Industrial Fabrics / Garments

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Mohamed Saad

National Research Centre - Textile Engineering Department

Yehia Hazem Abdelmo

Auburn University

Date Written: July 16, 2015

Abstract

The Present paper describes the ways to make intelligent fabrics by making them conducive materials, i.e. breaking away from its traditional use as electrically insulating materials. For this purpose synthetic core/cotton sheath friction spun and disk spun yarns were used and incorporated in the fabric. Two models represented structures combining sensory materials others represented structures combining highly conductive materials with traditional fibrous material production trials in producing the electric wire core/cotton – polyester sheath yarns showed more challenges than the case of optical fiber core/cotton – polyester sheath yarn

Keywords: Core Yarn, Smart Material, Electronic Wires, Optical Fibers, Friction Spinning, Disc Spinning, Inter-woven Structure, Knitted Structure, Yarn Tex

Suggested Citation

Saad, Mohamed and Hazem Abdelmo, Yehia, Development of Synthetic Core / Cotton Sheath Friction Spun Yarns Suitable for Specialty Industrial Fabrics / Garments (July 16, 2015). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2796686 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2796686

Mohamed Saad (Contact Author)

National Research Centre - Textile Engineering Department

P.O.B.12622
Egypt

Yehia Hazem Abdelmo

Auburn University

415 West Magnolia Avenue
Auburn, AL 36849
United States

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