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Wednesday, 14 October 2020

What is Fibre Tenacity?

Tenacity is the term used to measure the strength of fibre/yarn. It is usually defined as the ultimate or breaking force of the fibre (in gram-force units) divided by the linear density (denier).

Classification of fibre based on tenacity:

Source: CICR: Central Institute for Cotton Research

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