Causal Relationship Of Yarn Characteristics On Slip When Sewing A Fabric

Dr. Elie Rijatiana RAVONISON, Barimino RAOELISON


This article presents a study on the evolution of slippage when sewing a fabric sewn according to standards and rules. The study on sewing slippage in this work will be associated with the impact of the yarn characteristics with which the fabrics were made. Therefore, this work reflects the behavior of the slippage when sewing a fabric in relation to parameters such as the kilometric resistance, the real metric number of the yarn, its elongation, the resistance of the yarn and its hairiness index. During the work, this article presents the mathematical relationships of the slippage when sewing the fabric with the yarn parameters that we mentioned previously with their possible precisions which are given by the absolute and relative errors.


dimensional stability, spandex, shrinkage, elongation, width

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