A Practical Guide to Fibre Science by N. S. Kaplan

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This instrument is used: to give the exact value of waste figures and also the proportion of clean cotton and trash in the material to select the proper processing sequence based upon the trash content to assess the cleaning efficiency of each machine to determine the loss of good fibre in the sequence of opening and cleaning. Stricter sliver quality requirements led to the gradual evolution of opening and cleaning machinery leading to Processing of Textile Fibres 47 a situation where blow room and carding machinery were designed to remove exclusively certain specific types of trash particles.

Some studies indicate that diameter remains constant; while others indicate that fiber diameter increases as the fiber develops. 54 Textile Technology The first three stages occur while the fiber is alive and actively growing. Fiber initiation involves the initial isodiametric expansion of the epidermal cell above the surface of the ovule. This stage may last only a day or so for each fiber. Because there are several waves of fiber initiation across the surface of the ovule , one may find fiber initials at any time during the first 5 or 6 d post anthesis.

No after-harvest mechanisms are available to either growers or processors that can improve intrinsic fiber quality. Most cotton production research by physiologists and agronomists has been directed toward improving yields, so the few cultural-input strategies suggested for 58 Textile Technology improving fiber quality during the production season are of limited validity. Thus, producers have limited alternatives in production practices that might result in fibers of acceptable quality and yield without increased production costs.

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