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New insertion rules for a new insertion system

Simon De Meulemeester (2012) MELLIAND INTERNATIONAL. p.226-228
abstract
The new insertion device FillMax was developed by Picanol NV, Ieper/Belgium, in cooperation with the Department of Textiles of Ghent University, Ghent/Belgium, in the NIRIS project (IWT project 080642). The FillMax system consists of buffering into a sieve and inserting from a sieve. Careful timing of buffering and insertion by new insertion rules for a new insertion system (NIRIS) enables the use of all parts of the conventional weft insertion system. FillMax allows weaving mills to increase production speed by 10% without a corresponding increase in yarn tension, or allovvs weaving at the same speed with a significantly lowered air pressure at the main nozzles. Speed and peak tension reduction is based upon a frictionless mechanism and applicable to even delicate yarns. Fabric quality remains unaffected.
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journal title
MELLIAND INTERNATIONAL
Melliand Int.
issue
4 november
pages
226 - 228
ISSN
0947-9163
project
179P3209W
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A4
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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3145248
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-3145248
date created
2013-02-26 16:55:39
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2017-03-09 12:14:54
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  abstract     = {The new insertion device FillMax was developed by Picanol NV, Ieper/Belgium, in cooperation with the Department of Textiles of Ghent University, Ghent/Belgium, in the NIRIS project (IWT project 080642). The FillMax system consists of buffering into a sieve and inserting from a sieve. Careful timing of buffering and insertion by new insertion rules for a new insertion system (NIRIS) enables the use of all parts of the conventional weft insertion system. FillMax allows weaving mills to increase production speed by 10\% without a corresponding increase in yarn tension, or allovvs weaving at the same speed with a significantly lowered air pressure at the main nozzles. Speed and peak tension reduction is based upon a frictionless mechanism and applicable to even delicate yarns. Fabric quality remains unaffected.},
  author       = {De Meulemeester, Simon},
  issn         = {0947-9163},
  journal      = {MELLIAND INTERNATIONAL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4 november},
  pages        = {226--228},
  title        = {New insertion rules for a new insertion system},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
De Meulemeester, Simon. 2012. “New Insertion Rules for a New Insertion System.” Melliand International (4 november): 226–228.
APA
De Meulemeester, S. (2012). New insertion rules for a new insertion system. MELLIAND INTERNATIONAL, (4 november), 226–228.
Vancouver
1.
De Meulemeester S. New insertion rules for a new insertion system. MELLIAND INTERNATIONAL. 2012;(4 november):226–8.
MLA
De Meulemeester, Simon. “New Insertion Rules for a New Insertion System.” MELLIAND INTERNATIONAL 4 november (2012): 226–228. Print.