Modeling, simulation, and verification of maximum hairiness of staple ring yarns

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Maximum hairiness is defined as the number of fiber ends with or above a certain length in the outmost layer of ring-spun yarn with a unit length. A statistical model of maximum hairiness is developed with considering yarn twist and fiber properties by means of kernel estimation of fiber length distribution. The relationships of yarn maximum hairiness with factors involved are simulated by employing MATLAB. Besides, this model is verified by experimental results.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014


  • Fiber ends
  • Fiber length distribution
  • Kernel estimation
  • Maximum hairiness

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