Types of Spinning (Man-Made Fibers)

The polymer being spun must be converted into a fluid state. If the polymer is a thermoplastic then it is just melted, if not then it may be dissolved in a solvent or chemically treated to form soluble or thermoplastic derivatives. The fluid polymer is then forced through the spinneret, where the polymer cools to a rubbery state, and then a solidified state.
There are four types of spinning: wet, dry, melt, and gel spinning.

Wet Spinning

Wet Spinning (Rayon)

Some Common Man-Made Fibers

An Acrylic Fibers
Acetate Yarns
An Acrylic Fibers
Acrylic fibers
Aramid Yarns
Aramid Yarns

Acetate: Cellulose Acetate; Triacetate where not less than 92% of the cellulose is acetylated

Acrylic: At least 85% Acrylonitrile unite

Aramid: Polyamide in which at least 85% of the amide linkages are directly attached to two aromatic rings

Glass Yarns
Glass Yarns
Modacrylic Yarns
Modacrylic Yarns
Nylon Staple Fibre
Nylon Staple Fibres

Glass: Glass

Modacrylic: Less than 85% but at least 35% acrylonitrile units

Nylon: Polyamide in which less than 85% of the amide linkages are directly attached to two aromatic rings

Textile Fibers and Properties

Staple Fiber: Staple fibers are the fibers of limited strength (1-4 inch approx). To make a continious length of yarn from staple fiber , they must be twisted together. The length of staple fibers may be 1 cm to many.
A Staple Fiber (Soya bean fibre)

Filament Fiber:Filament fibers are of continious length (more than 5 inch). That is to say the fabrics made from filament fibers are more easier to made as the filament length are continious.
A Filament Fibre (Polyester fibres)

A Brief Introduction To Textiles

Textile: The word "textile" comes from latin word "textilies" which means "woven" and the verb "texere" which means "to weave".
Today the word textile is freely defines as any products made from fibers also is applied to non-woven fabrics, knitted fabrics and special fabrics construction in addition to weaving. When the word textile is used with term "fiber" it refers to any product capable of being woven or other wise made into fabrics.
But now a days widely "textile" is refered to the entities  that are linked with the manufacturing and processing of the textile products.
Textile Fabrics

What is Textile Engineering ?

Textile engineering, also known as textile technology, is the study of various principles form engineering and scientific methodologies. These principles are then implemented for the processing and production of all kinds of textile fabric and yarns from textile fibers. The disciple involves extensive study of chemical and physical principles, which is then utilized for the detailed study and analysis of the behavior of polymers involved in the formation of textile fiber.

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