Use of Infrared Thermography to Improve the Melt Spinning and Processing of Polyester Fibers

@article{Gibson2001UseOI,
  title={Use of Infrared Thermography to Improve the Melt Spinning and Processing of Polyester Fibers},
  author={Glenn Gibson and M. Tincher},
  journal={Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={os-10}
}
  • Glenn Gibson, M. Tincher
  • Published 2001
  • Materials Science
  • Infrared thermography (infrared camera and software) has long been used to detect thermal irregularities before failure in electrical and mechanical equipment. It has also proven to be very beneficial in troubleshooting and identifying specific thermal variations in the melt spinning and processing of polyester fibers, enabling such processes to be brought under tighter control. Typical results include greater uniformity, better efficiency and improved quality. This paper provides insights on… CONTINUE READING

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