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By B.S. Gupta (Eds.)

Friction is an important factor in either the creation of textiles and within the entire product. This authoritative ebook reports how friction happens and the methods it may be measured and controlled.

The publication starts off via how friction could be outlined and the way the constitution and homes of cloth fibres result in friction behaviour. It additionally discusses slip-stick phenomena in textiles and methods of measuring friction in yarns and upholstery. the second one a part of the publication stories friction specifically textiles, together with cotton, wool and artificial fibres in addition to woven materials. those and different chapters additionally speak about methods of controlling friction, together with textile finishes and lubricants.

With its exclusive editor and contributions from the various world's major professionals within the topic, Friction in fabric fabrics is a customary reference for the fabric and people learning this crucial topic.

  • An authoritative overview of friction, its administration and control

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A plot of tension against time yields a characteristic stick-slip pattern (Fig. 3(b)). The slope during slipping is steeper than during the sticking phase. Although the classical pattern given is usually a saw tooth type, with linear rise and rapid fall in tension, in actual practice the changes in tension can be quite complex, the topography of a material can influence the fluctuations. It is important to note that the first slip point may be at a higher force value (not shown) than the successive slip points.

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Zisman WA, ‘Surface energetics of wetting, spreading, and adhesion’, J. of Paint Technology, 1972, 44 (564), 41. 48. Sehgal K C and Sherwin M A, ‘New waterborne adhesives for low and high energy surfaces’, The Adhesives and Sealant Council Proceedings, 1989, 18(1), 137. 1 Introduction Although many of the basic ideas about friction were developed through work with metals, it is the result of the investigations with non-metals, in particular textiles and rubbers, which led to a deeper understanding of the field.

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