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Table 11 Breaking strength of different cultivars/varieties of cotton, canola, flax, and hemp fibres for Weibull two-parameter reliability analysis (N = 80)

From: Fibre attributes and mapping the cultivar influence of different industrial cellulosic crops (cotton, hemp, flax, and canola) on textile properties

Sl Cotton Breaking strength (cN/tex) Canola Breaking strength (cN/tex) Flax Breaking strength (cN/tex) Hemp Breaking strength# (cN/tex)
1 FM832 (Avg*: AFIS, HVI) 28.44 Hero 2.3 B5 53 Uso 11 (1995) 61
2 MD51neOK (Avg: AFIS, HVI) 26.72 Reston 5.7 F1 46 Kompolti HTC (1995) 55
3 MD15 (Avg: AFIS, HVI) 36.75 Mercury 4.8 Arawa 52.95 Uso 31 (1995) 58
4 G45 (Avg: Vibroscope, HVI) 39.33 Venus 2.5 Makaweroa 55.38 Uniko B (1995) 55
5 G87 (Avg: Vibroscope, HVI) 40.38 Neptune 3 Tapamangu 52.6 VxKompolti 38
6 G88 (Avg: Vibroscope, HVI) 39.56 Global 3 Hermes (2003) 94.39 Beniko 53
7 G86 (Avg: Vibroscope, HVI) 40.27 Westar 2.4 Ariane (2002) 86.89 Bialobrzeskie 75
8 G90 (Avg: Vibroscope, HVI) 32.5 O2R276 2.2 Alaska 44.84 Fedora 19 57
9 Xiangcaimian 2 27.5 Sentry 4.3 Unknown (BTMAH-treated) 41.54 Felina 34 58
10 Wanmian 39 24 Defender 2.3 Agatha 56.12 Futura 77 77
11 Sumian 9 32 Steallar 2.4 Ariane (2007) 47 Novosadski 53
12 Laxmi 47 Apollo 3 Hermes (2007) 36.26 Secuieni 1 63
13 D-33 50 Polo 3 Omega 29.89 Unknown Canadian cultivar 35.52
14 Reba B-50 53 Arid 3.4 Laura 34.6 Uso 11 (1996) 58
15 MCU-8 48 Reward 1.8 Unknown Belgian (short flax) cultivar 35.57 Uso 31 (1996) 48
16 St Vincent (Pressley) 59.92 Red River 1861 1.2 Everest 43.02 Kompolti HTC (1996) 52
17 Giza 12 (Pressley) 49.76 UM 2407 4.2 Alizee 60.81 Uniko B (1996) 75
18 Memphis (Pressley) 41.36 UM 2257 2.4 Oliver 48.74 Fedora 17 (2006) 52.85
19 Texas (Pressley) 43.24 HYHEAR 1 8.5 Hivernal 72.61 Fedora 17 (2009) 24.69
20 Bengals (Pressley) 40.49 Topas 2.9 Marylin 77.67 Fedora 17 (2017) 29.56
  1. *Avg: average of two data-point measurements between two different testing machines
  2. # Tensile strength (MPa) = (9.81) x breaking tenacity (gram-force/tex) × (ρ gm/cc) as used by Shuvo et al. (2019) considering densities (g/cc) of 1.54, 1.34, 1.54, and 1.48 for cotton, canola, flax, and hemp, respectively