A Compendium of Textiles by W. H. Dooley (H.B)
ISBN: 9788182473812There are plenty of books written on textiles for technical school students and advanced workers. But one fails to find a book explaining the manufacture and testing of textiles for commercial, industrial, domestic arts, and continuation schools, and for those who have just entered the textile or allied trades. This book is written to meet this educational need. Others may find the book of interest, particularly the chapters describing cotton, woolen, worsted, and silk fabrics.WILLIAM H. DOOLEY was the, Principal Lowell Industrial School Lowell, Mass. He is a prominent name in the field of research and study of textile technology. With a great aptitude in his field he intended to create a product that could help the students and perspective traders in the field. He worked as a senior researcher for various industry and education sector related grants and projects. He has worked as visiting and guest faculty for various textile technology institutions.
Analysis of Woven Fabrics by A.F.Barker & E. Midgley (H.B)
1.Qualities of raw material
2.The qualities of yarn
3.Calculation relating to weight of clothes
4.Calculation relating to yarn
5.Setts and setting of clothes
7.Draft and pegging plans
8.Effect of dyeing and finishing in fabrics on wool clothes
9.Effects of dyeing and finishing on dress fabrics ,lining,and cotton clothes
10.Obtaining the loom particulars from a sample of finished clothes
11.Examples in the analysis of woven fabrics
12.Quick methods of analysis ,standard weight and gauges
13.Qualitative and quantitative analysis of fibres in woven fabrics
14.The costing of woven fabrics
15.Glossary of terms applied to production of woven fabricsSKU: n/a
Bleaching of Textile Fibres by Rajesh Kalra (H.B)
“Bleaching of Textile Fibres” incorporates the necessary information about all the presentments given to various textile fibres like cotton, wool, silk, Rayon, Polyester, Nylon, Acrylic, Acetate, jute, linen, etc. This book will be useful to all the students, engineers and professionals related to various disciplines of Textiles, Fashion and Garment. The matter has been explained in easy to understand language and all efforts have been made to simplify complex points easily understandable.
About the Autho: Rajesh Kalra is presently working as lecturer in Textile Processing Department at Govt. Polytechnic Hisar. He has experience of 15 years in teaching. He completed his B.Tech (Textile Chemistry) from Technological Institute oTextiles and Sciences, Bhiwani in 1988. He has participated in various workshops organized to design and redesign the curriculum of Diploma in Textile Processing for Haryana state.SKU: n/a
Kalin Nirman Mein Prakirya Niyantran by Dr. K.K.Goswami (H.B)The term carpet is defined as a covering primarily for floor coverings may be made by using woven, knotted, tufted, knitted, braided or nonwoven technique. Carpet/ floor coverings consist of both natural and manmade very often in blends for making durable or nondurable carpets. Different techniques like Handmade (Knotted, Tufted, Tibetan, Loom made, Durrie, Soumak, Shaggy, Nonwoven, Chain Stitched), and machine made (Axminster, Wilton, Tufted, Face to Face, Velvet, Nonwoven) exists for the segment. As a whole, knowledge of fibres as a raw material for carpets occupies significant position in the process control. If weaknesses and opportunities associated with fibres, product manufacturing techniques can be removed and exploited respectively in appropriate manner, carpet can become a more predominant domain in over all textiles products perspective. Therefore, it is very important to study the mentioned trends in respect of process control to meet the buyer’s requirements.Classification of carpets has been made in terms of interior, bath textiles etc. compiling relevant trade information. Salient processes involved need to be specially controlled have been identified. Process and controls for the entire carpet sector have been discussed in modular form. To make the chapter more reader friendly process, process flow and control points elaborated. Application of statistical technique and other related issues which can strengthen process control have also been discussed. Social, ecology /environmental, economy, cultural. /human development, health-hygeine issues have also been touched in one way or other.
Principles of Dyeing by George Stronach Fraps (H.B)
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Textile Calculations and Structure of Fabrics by Ashenhurst (H.B)
Page : 220
- ISBN : 978-8182470187
- Dimensions : 18.5 x 13 x 1.5 cm
- this book is a basic and comprehensive book, in the following pages one can hardly expect that such a coverage can be satisfactorily covered, yes, subject like this which is rarely available in books is in your hand. It covers count of yarns, sett calculations, to calculate weight and cost of wrap, to find the cost of fabrics, the structure of fabrics, fabrics of same structure but different weight etc.this book will prove its value who actually wants accurate and extensive information of calculation and structure of fabrics.this book will serve as text book to the students.
Vastra Reshe (Hindi) by by Dr. D. B. Shakyavar & Dr. Mukesh Kumar Singh (H.B)
In the present book, the subject can be explained in easy technical terms for the teachers and students. The subject matter and data have been presented in the table as per the requirement. According to the subject matter in each chapter, explaining the topic with the help of pictures, you will be able to give your answer in Hindi or English medium by detailing the various processes of manufacturing of textile fibers. In this book, the description of textiles, fibers, their production and characteristics along with their usefulness etc. has been included in detail. The book is divided into 9 different chapters In which information about classification and other chapters of the book has been given in the first chapter along with the introduction of different textile fibers, in the second and third chapters, the structure and properties of the fibers were described in detail. In the fourth and fifth chapters, the production and properties of natural fibers are explained in detail. The next chapters 6 and 7 give a detailed description of synthetic fibers along with reconstructed fibres. Chapter 8 gives information about specific ratios. Chapter 9 gives a brief description of the chemical reactions and processes of dyeing fibres. In the last chapter 10, an attempt has been made to explain in detail the availability and utility of textile fibers and the subject of investigation. The presented book will also prove useful for the competitive students for scientific knowledge related to textile fibers. Apart from this, this book will prove to be a boon for the examination to be conducted for the Graduate Aptitude Test Competition in Engineering in the field of Textile Technology.SKU: n/a