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50s Dyed

100s Dyed

120s Dyed

120s Un dyed

385.13

117.6

111.6

106.4

1920.9

1459.0

772.1

1418.0

71.61

55.80

57.07

39.29

0.469

0.7282

0.5758

0.7370

38.72

26.07

36.20

30.21

0.0039

0.0099

0.0043

0.0094

4.99

12.41

6.92

13.33

Fig. K. Very thick walled rind fibre with one side tapering end, X 400; Fig. L. Forked end of a macerated fibre, X 1000; Fig. M. Thick walled fibre with forked tip, X 400; Fig. N. Very thin walled fibre with forked tip and distinct wall lamellations, X 400; Fig. O. Thick walled fibre, X 400; Fig. P. Thin walled fibre with distinct wall lamellations and uniseriate pits, X 400.

Table 3. Physico-Mechanical Properties of Processed and Split Fibers of Korai

Used in Mat Weaving

S. No

Parameter

F value = 0.1035 at 0.05 level of significance

1

Tex (cm)

2

Actual strength (g) CV% of Strength

3

% Elongation CV% of Elongation

4

Breaking Force (joules)

5

Tenacity (g/tex)

Benazir et al. (2010). “Sedge fibers and strands,” BioResources 5(2), 951-967.

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