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    Title: Evaluation of the Function and Manufacturing Technique of Bamboo Charcoal Complex Yarns and Knitted Fabrics
    Authors: Chin Mei Lin;Jia Horng Lin
    Contributors: 時尚設計學系
    Keywords: bamboo charcoal textured yarn;spandex;rotor twister machine;far infrared emissivity;elastic recovery rate
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 10:33:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: To satisfy the many requirements of our daily life, complex textiles that are both functional and beneficial have been successfully designed and developed. This research investigates the design of bamboo charcoal/spandex (BC/S) complex yarns, fabricated with a blend of spandex and bamboo charcoal polyester textured yarn, which possess superior elastic recovery. The expansion multiples of the spandex was 1.5 - 3.5, the wrap counts are 2 - 4.5 turns/cm, and the speed of the rotor twister was 4000 - 12000 rpm. When the speed of the rotor twister was between 4000 and 12000 rpm, the expansion multiple was 1.5 and the elastic recovery rate was maintained at 93% or above. Furthermore, the far infrared emissivity of BC/S complex knitted fabric was over 0.9, but descended with the lamination number. The BC/S complex knitted fabric also contained an anion count of 356 anions/cc.
    Relation: Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics,7(1):106-113.
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