Question 09 (Textile Engineering & Fibre Science)
In drum winding, package density is independent of
|(B)||Applied package / drum pressure|
|(D)||Angle of wind|
Frequently Asked Questions | FAQs
Which winding angle is more preferable for stable package?
In the context of winding packages for materials such as textiles, films, or papers, the winding angle plays a critical role in determining the stability of the package.
In general, a winding angle between 10 to 20 degrees is considered to be more preferable for a stable package. This range of winding angle allows the successive layers of the material to be packed tightly and uniformly without excessive gaps or overlaps between adjacent layers. This results in a more stable package that is less prone to deformations or collapses during handling, transportation, or storage.
A winding angle that is too small (less than 10 degrees) can result in excessive tension in the material, leading to buckling or wrinkling of the material. On the other hand, a winding angle that is too large (more than 20 degrees) can result in overlapping and loosening of the material layers, leading to uneven winding and instability of the package.
However, it is important to note that the optimal winding angle may vary depending on the specific material, winding speed, tension, and other factors. Therefore, it is recommended to consult with experts in the field to determine the appropriate winding angle for a specific application.