Correspondence Between Yarn Characteristics And The Tensile Strength Of A Fabric

Dr. Elie Rijatiana RAVONISON, Barimino RAOELISON


This article illustrates a study on the tensile strength of a fabric made with a tile reinforcement. More precisely in this work, we will observe the evolution of the tensile strength of a fabric in relation to the characteristics of the yarns which constitute it. During the experiment, an evaluation of the batches of yarns constituting the fabric was carried out and then modeling of the tensile strength of the fabrics based on these yarn characteristics was carried out. Several characteristics are to be considered, namely: the resistance of the yarn, the real metric number, the elongation of the yarn, the kilometric resistance and the hairiness index. Also, this work places importance on the mathematical modeling of the evolution of the tensile strength of fabrics which is associated with these respective precision parameters. The precision associated with the models in this article are represented by relative and absolute errors.


Strength, fabric, RKM, Coefficient of variation, elongation

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