Characteristics of Compressible Air Flow in an Interlacer and Yarn Entanglement

Kenichi, Tokunaga; Koichi, Murakami; Mitsunobu, Kitamura; Shinfuku, Nomura; Syunzo, Naito
May 2006
Journal of Textile Engineering;May/Jun2006, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p121
Academic Journal
The present study is concerned with numerical simulation of compressible air flow in a yarn duct of an interlacer and the relation between air flow and yarn entanglement. A nozzle of circular pipe of inner diameter d (


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