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Control of Filature Production Process

  • Akinori Shimazaki
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Abstract

Although longer than 1,000m of a cocoon filament can be reeled from a cocoon obtained from a silkworm, the filament is thin enough just to weigh no more than 3g per 10,000m and textural raw threads called raw silk are produced by binding several filaments and by adding other filaments when the reeling filaments are broken. Since the property and style of the reeled cocoon filaments have greatly influence on the quality, production efficiency, yield, etc. of the raw silk, many of important control factors of the process depend on the reeling time. Therefore in settling a filature controlling criterion, a result obtained through time series analysis plays a very important role.

Keywords

Filature Process Filament Length Thread Length Filature Production Parking Zone 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Akinori Shimazaki
    • 1
  1. 1.Nagano-kenJapan

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