Fundamentals of Yarn Winding

  • ID: 2719647
  • Book
  • 204 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Fundamentals of yarn winding explains principles related to yarn winding relevant even to the latest generation of winding systems. The book discusses various parameters related to build up of winding packages, their influence on package performance and optimisation according to end-user yarn tensioning and clearing devices, yarn splicers and various methods of package driving and yarn traversing.

Basics of building winding packages are described in a simplified manner supported by numerous diagrams and photographs. Various terms associated with winding systems/packages are conceptually clarified like random winding, patterning, precision winding, gain, open wind, close wind, step precision winding etc. Principles of various winding systems along with basic mathematics involved are described. Current developments in winding machines have opened up immense possibilities in package building that demands through understanding of fundamental aspects on the part of the user.

The book is useful to textiles students as well as textile professionals working in staple and synthetic yarn spinning, weaving, knitting, yarn dying, texturizing, sewing thread manufacturing, technical textiles etc. The book is also useful to professionals from other disciplines like chemical, electronics, computer and mechanical dealing with winding systems.

- Thoroughly describes fundamentals of yarn laying on a package
- Describes mathematical equations related to various modes of winding, including random, precision and step precision winding
- Focuses on fundamental aspects to be taken into considerations for building a winding package according to its end use applications
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Winding as a weaving preparatory process
Basics of package building
Principles of winding systems
Winding package parameters
Yarn tension during winding
Yarn clearing and clearing devices
Package driving and yarn traversing
Winding package faults and remedies.
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Koranne, Milind Vasudeo
Dr. Milind Vasudeo Koranne is Associate Professor and Head of the Textile Engineering Department of Faculty of Technology and Engineering at the M.S. University of Baroda, India. He joined 30 academics years ago after industrial experience. Dr. Koranne has rendered services as an expert to Department of Science and Technology and All India Council for Technical Education. He has published research papers focussing on fundamental aspects. He has filed two patents for his inventions.
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