The main objective of this study to produce yarns that in some properties outweigh their counterparts from other techniques in yarn production, and this is reflected in fabrics produced from Those strings and the producing yeast was 1/16 English, 1/20, 24/1. Yarn Tests: 1- The yarn 1/16 gave the best tensile strength and the best variation of the tigress. 2- The yarn 20/1 gave average degree between the rest of the yarns produced from the tensile strength, elongation, the coefficient of the difference of the yarn, the thick and thin places and the ratio of the hairnes. 3- The strands count 1/24 gave the best elongation ratios, the least thick places, the thinnest places, the lowest number of nodes, and the lowest hair rate between the yarns produced. Fabric tests: 1- The research proved that the fabrics produced from the yarn 1/16 gave the highest tensile strength, the lowest air permeability, the lowest degree of water absorption, and an average degree of elongation between all the strings produced. 2- The results at yarn 20/1 gave an average degree of water absorption, tensile strength, elongation and air permeability. 3- The results gave the highest degree of water absorption, the best elongation rate and the highest air permeability.
Meabed, Hossein Saied Aly
"The effect of using a Vortex spinning technique on the physical properties of the produced yarns and its impact on the functional properties of fabrics produced from Egyptian cotton Giza 83,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 10
, Article 49.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol10/iss3/49