Training and development of technical staff in the textile industry explains various aspects of management related to working on the shop floor by supervisory staff. Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Textile Terms is a reference dictionary with a short explanation of textile terms in spinning, weaving, processing and garmenting fields. Industrial Engineering in Apparel Production reviews the techniques for internal correction that needs to be built into the mind of the faculty owners and managers and also down the line.
This book discusses about the different job responsibilities of the merchandiser at the varied stages of order execution from the buyer contact to dispatch. This book looks at the history of knitting and how the process has evolved to the present. This book provides basic concepts underlying the electronic controls have been dealt with by the authors in a simple and comprehensive manner considering the requirements of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Statistics for textile and apparel management deals with the fundamental principles of statistical methods and their applications in textile production. The book is aimed at industry professionals, domestic and international retailers, factory owners, buying institutions, and students intended to start their career in home textile sector.
Strategic management in the garment industry illustrates advances in business strategy in the garment industry for current and future managers, students of textile technology and engineers. This book gives a treatise on all the common textile substrates - Natural and Synthetic fibres, yarn and fabric. It includes the chemical structure, manufacturing methods, fundamental properties, physical and chemical characteristics. This book discusses a system of theoretically derived inherent laws of fibrous assemblies. It includes original results of theoretical research carried out on fibrous assemblies.
This book focuses on the Agro Textiles and its Applications. It also gives multidimensional views and solutions to the problems being faced by agro industry. Mechanics and calculations of textile machinery deals with the mechanics and dynamics of textile machines.
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This book is aimed mainly to guide the new entrants in the textile field, who would like to supervise the processes and manage them. The book discusses various parameters related to build up of winding packages, their influence on package performance and optimization according to end-user requirements.
It deals in details the various types of fibre dyeing, yarn dyeing, fabric dyeing and garment dyeing with process parameters and dyeing cycle of polyester, cotton, acrylic and viscose dyeing. The book mainly deals with the basic fundamentals of enzyme technology and their applications in textile processing of both natural and synthetic fibres for enhancing their functional characteristics. The book entitled "Theory of Structure and Mechanics of Yarns" represents a system of theoretically derived inherent laws of a special type of fibrous assembly, known as yarn.
Plasma Technologies for Textile and Apparels main objective is to popularize plasma based technologies in textile industries. The book deals with the aspects of Advanced Woven Fabric Design dealt in a simple manner with examples to understand and to work out also in the book itself.
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This book explains various problem-solving techniques developed world over to solve the specific problems; some may be replicated and some are not. The present books covers the area of preparation and bleaching of textile fabrics for dyeing and printing of all commonly used fibres in textile industry. Implementation of ISO is written basing on the draft standards with an intention that the readers can start their work proactively and get themselves aligned with the new guidelines.
The aim of this book is to cover the fundamental concepts of fashion marketing management and describes the practical approaches presently followed in the industry with an examples for each and every chapter. This book has been written in response to numerous suggestions and great interest of colleagues and students in the textile industry to note the various design aspects in the mechanics of the textile machineries.
This book comprehensively reviews significant researches in the area of Jute. For over the years jute fibre had limited areas of application. But researches over the past decade have proved that newer areas of applications are possible. This book provides the concept of developing environment friendly and sustainable clothing for the future. Woven Fabric Structure Design and Product Planning deals with the structural details of the woven fabric which has glimpses of primary, secondary, and tertiary weaves.
This book gives a brief insight of various management systems, and the way same is adopted in garment industry. Apparel Machinery and Equipments is aimed to develop a broad range of knowledge in the area of apparel machinery. The various types of machines used in the different departments of apparel industry are explained. Process control and yarn quality spinning outlines the concept of raw materials selection, control of various process parameters in the preparatory processes like blow room.
This book deals on cotton dyeing which is the most common substrate in textile industry. This book gives a short treatise on all the dyes used in textile industry and detailed theory and classification of all the dyes used in cotton dyeing. Handbook on Cotton Spinning Industry tries to educate the people on the purpose, functions, activities and the care to be taken at different processes of a cotton spinning mill.
The present book is written by the author in a comprehensive way with all of his experience. Different aspects of fabric structure and textile design are dealt here. This will be useful for all who dealt with textile design. Introduction to Textile Fibres provided necessary information for the beginners. In many textile institutions it was widely referred by the students and staff for teaching diploma and degree courses.
Several examples are explained considering each parameter separately. For Newsletter Signup. Enter Email ID Effective Implementation of Quality Management Systems. View Details. Engineering Techniques of Ring Spinning. Modern Approach to Maintenance in Spinning.
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Management of Technology Systems in Garment Industry. Textile Dyes. Role of Yarn Tension in Weaving. A Practical Guide to Textile Testing. Performance of Home Textiles.
Science in Clothing Comfort. Quality Characterisation of Apparel. Pollution Control in Textile Industry. Humidification and Ventilation Management in Textile Industry. Fundamentals and Practices in Colouration of Textiles. Home Furnishing. Product Safety and Restricted Substances in Apparel. Work Quality Management in the Textile Industry. Fibre Structure. Science of Compression Bandage. Ergonomics in the Garment Industry. Handbook on Fabric Manufacturing. Statistics for Textile Engineers.
Sarees of India. Industrial Practices in Weaving Preparatory. Advances in Silk Research. Fundamentals and Practices in Colouration of Textiles 2nd Edition. Sustainability in Fashion and Apparels. Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Textile Terms 4 Volumes. Industrial Engineering in Apparel Production.
Apparel Merchandising. Fundamentals and Advances in Knitting Technology. Control Systems in Textile Machines. Statistics for Textile and Apparel Management. Part two reviews individual spinning techniques including melt spinning, gel spinning, electrospinning, wet and dry spinning, as well as specialist techniques such as bi-component spinning. CONTENTS Part 1 General issues: Synthetic polymer fbers and their processing requirements; Understanding the behaviour of synthetic polymer fbers during spinning; Technologies for the manufacture of synthetic polymer fbers.
Part 2 Spinning techniques: Melt spinning of synthetic polymer fbers; Gel spinning of synthetic polymer fbers; Bi-component and bi-constituent spinning of synthetic polymer fbers; Electrospinning of polymer-based nanocomposite fbers; Integrated composite spinning ICS of composite yarns; Dry spinning of synthetic polymer fbers; Wet spinning of synthetic polymer fbers.
Textile Month International CONTENTS The development of textured yarns; Basic principles of false twist texturing; Yarn texturing machine design; Yarn twist application methods; Process performance issues in yarn texturing; Newer yarn texturing machine designs; Air jet mingling in yarn texturing; Optimisation of process parameters in yarn texturing; Draw textured yarn variants and speciality yarns; Process control and quality assurance in yarn texturing; Process costs in yarn texturing operations; End uses for draw textured yarns; The future of false twist texturing.
University of Baroda, India This book thoroughly describes fundamentals of yarn laying on a package. It also describes mathematical equations related to various modes of winding, including random, precision and step precision winding, and focuses on fundamental aspects to be taken into consideration for building a winding package according to its end use applications. Fundamentals of yarn winding is written with a broader perspective so as to be a useful reference for a wider segment of the textile industry.
CONTENTS Winding as a weaving preparatory process; Basics of package building; Principles of winding systems; Winding package parameters; Yarn tension during winding; Yarn clearing and clearing devices; Package driving and yarn traversing; Winding package faults and remedies. The frst chapter examines various types of power drives used in textile machinery. The second chapter discusses types of gears. The third chapter deals with the design aspect of cone drums used in spinning machines.
The fnal part of the book focuses on energy calculations in textile machines, frictional forces and their calculation, clutches and brakes. CONTENTS Part 1 Mechanics of textiles machinery: Belt and rope drives; Gears; Design of cone drums in spinning; Types of cams in textile and their design; Equations of motion and textile application; Equations of motion and textile application; Energy, Force and moments in textile machines; Friction in textile machines; Clutches and brakes; Sley movement; Mechanics of shedding motion in weaving; Loom tappet drives; Analysis of shuttle movement in weaving; Kinetics of shuttle picking.
Part 2 Calculations of motion in textile machinery: Fundamentals of motion in textile machinery; Calculations in fbre testing; Calculations in the spinning process; Calculations in yarn testing; Calculations in weaving preparatory; Calculations in the weaving process; Calculations in the knitting process; Calculations in fabric testing; Statistics for quality control. Chapters discuss the impact of yarn parameters on spinning and the causes of quality and other problems related to spinning.
CONTENTS Introduction to quality management; Product quality objectives; Impact of yarn parameters at customers end; Reasons for poor quality in spinning; Normal problems and non-conformities process wise; Normal complaints from customers; Process control studies; Control points and check points; Role of technicians in quality management. Part 2 Advances in particular yarn spinning technologies: Developments in ring spinning; Siro and solo spinning of yarns; Compact spinning technology for yarns; Rotor spinning of yarns; Friction spinning of yarns; Air-jet spinning of yarns; Hollow spindle spinning of yarns; Self-twist spinning of yarns; Minimizing fbre damage caused by spinning; Spin fnishes for textiles.
Part 2 Types of technical yarns: Novel technical textile yarns; Coatings for technical textile yarns; Engineering fner and softer textile yarns; Electro-conductive textile yarns; High modulus, high tenacity yarns; Shape memory polymer yarns; Plasma-treated yarns for biomedical applications; Technical sewing threads; Sustainable textile yarns; Yarn and fancy yarn design using three-dimensional computer graphics and visualization techniques.
Progression air-jet spinning Textile Progress: Volume No. The frst part of the book reviews the main types of natural and synthetic fbres and their properties. Part two provides a systematic review of the key processes involved frst in converting fbres into yarns and then transforming yarns into fabrics. Part three discusses the range of range of fnishing techniques for fabrics.
The fnal part of the book looks specifcally at the transformation of fabric into apparel, from design and manufacture to marketing. With contributions from leading experts in their felds, this major book provides the defnitive one-volume guide to textile manufacture. Part 2 Manufacturing textiles: Fibre to yarn: An introduction; Fibre to yarn: Staple yarn spinning; Fibre to yarn: Filament yarn spinning; Yarn to fabric: An introduction; Yarn to fabric: Weaving; Yarn to fabric: Knitting; Yarn to fabric: Nonwoven fabrics; Yarn to fabric: Specialist fabric structures; Yarn to fabric: Intelligent textiles; Fabric fnishing: An introduction; Fabric fnishing: Joining fabrics and fastenings; Fabric fnishing: Textile wet processing; Fabric fnishing: dyeing and colouring; Fabric fnishing: Printing textiles; Applications of textile products; Sustainable textile production.
Part 3 Developing textile products: The case of apparel: Fashion and culture; Design techniques for apparel; Computer assisted design CAD and computer-assisted manufacture CAM of apparel and other textile products; Garment manufacture; Adding functionality to garments; The marketing of fashion; Care of apparel products. Braiding produces a wide range of structures for technical textile applications from medical sutures to cables for anchoring ships. Written by one of the worlds leading experts in the feld, the book reviews the basic principles, design and processes used in braiding.
The book also discusses specialised braiding techniques such as spiral braiding and lace technology. The book also discusses the applications and benefts of ANN in various aspects of textile manufacturing processes, such as spinning, weaving, chemical processing, polymer processing, apparel manufacturing, technical textiles and effuent treatment. This book reviews fbre types used in these materials, manufacturing processes, structure and physical properties.
It also reviews applications in such areas as absorbent hygiene products e. CONTENTS Introduction to composite non-wovens; Fibre types for composite non-wovens; Design and manufacturing processes; Structure of composite non-wovens; Physical properties of composite non-wovens; The use of composite non-wovens in absorbent hygiene products; The use of composite non-wovens in wipes; The use of composite non-wovens in healthcare products. Published in association with The Textile Institute pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback Q2 ISBN: 0 5 E-ISBN: 0 0 Process control and yarn quality in spinning G Thilagavathi and T Karthik, PSG College of Technology, India Process control and yarn quality in spinning outlines the concepts of raw material selection, control of various process parameters to optimise the process conditions, and analysis and interpretation of various types of test reports to fnd out the source of fault.
Chapters also discuss count and strength variation, yarn evenness and imperfections, and control of productivity. Real time examples and case studies are also presented. CONTENTS Scope for process and quality control in spinning; Statistical techniques in quality control; Cotton fbre selection and bale management; Yarn realization and waste control; Control of neps and fbre rupture; Count and strength variation; Yarn evenness and imperfections; Analysis of yarn faults and package defects; Control of productivity; Examples and case studies. This book provides comprehensive information about quality control in processing of knits and testing of processed knit fabrics.
It also covers processing of knitted apparels, including preparatory processes, colouration and fnishing. It includes critical comparisons between various industrial concepts, practices and processes of winding, warping and sizing. Weaving preparatory machine manufacturers have registered remarkable developments and innovations in this feld and this book covers all the latest developments in this area. It is also essential to know the purpose of all the mechanisms of the chosen type of weaving machine.
In reviewing these issues, Mechanisms of fat weaving technology provides an important reference for both weaving specialists and students. CONTENTS Introduction: Classifcation and mechanisms of weaving machines; Mechanisms of the weaving machine for warp release and warp tension control; Warp shedding in weaving: Parameters and devices; The supply of weft on the weaving machine; Weft insertion; Woven fabric formation: Principles and methods; Mechanisms for woven fabric take-up; Safety devices on weaving machines; The weaving machine drives: Mechanisms and types; Weaving machine parameters for specifc woven fabric structures; Control of woven fabric quality: Defects and quality assurance of grey fabrics; Movement of raw materials and fnished fabrics in weaving manufacture.
CONTENTS Textile technology and need for statistics in textiles; Statistics and the basic terminology used in statistics; Classifcation and graphical representation of the data; Measures of central tendency; Partition values and its use; Measures of dispersion and their importance; Skewness and kurtosis of the frequency distribution and their interpretations; Study of bivariate data using correlation and regression; Study of the multivariate data using multiple and partial correlation and the multiple regression; Probability theory; Probability distribution of the random variables; Standard discrete distributions; Standard continuous distributions; Testing of hypothesis; Estimation; Analysis of variance ANOVA ; Design of experiments; Statistical quality control SQC.
Innovative jacquard textile design using digital technologies is a unique guide to the fundamental design principles, techniques and applications resulting from this important progression. Beginning with an authoritative introduction to jacquard textile design, the book goes on to give an overview of the development of jacquard fabrics and design. Principles and methods of digital jacquard textile design are considered alongside structural digital design. Colourless and colourful digital design of jacquard textiles are explored, before the book concludes with a discussion of applications, current issues and future trends in digital jacquard textile design.
CONTENTS Introduction to jacquard textile design; The development of jacquard fabrics and textile design methods; Principles and methods of digital jacquard textile design; Structural digital design of jacquard textiles; Colourless and colourful digital design of jacquard textiles; Digital design of novel simulative effects in jacquard textiles; Digital design of shot-effect and double-face effect jacquard textiles; Applications of digitally-designed jacquard textiles; Current issues and future trends in digital jacquard textile design.
Published in association with The Textile Institute pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback ISBN: 1 2 E-ISBN: 0 2 Woven fabric structure design and product planning J Hayavadana, Osmania University, India Woven fabric structure design and product planning provides a comprehensive review of various types of weaves and their production in the weaving process. This book discusses the weaving preparation and the type of yarns used in warp and weft directions and explains the need and use of special yarns, such as fancy yarns and yarns prepared on modern spinning systems.
It is the frst time both elementary and advanced fabric design is dealt with in an in-depth analysis. The book also includes general subjects like ornamentation of plain cloth, fabric engineering and fabric structure. A Woodhead Publishing India title pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback Q1 ISBN: 0 6 E-ISBN: 0 6 Work quality management in the textile industry B Purushothama, Textile Consultant, India Textile manufacturing companies try to achieve quality and productivity by installing the latest technology and paying large salaries to those in the top level of the organization, but do not address the basic requirements of clean administration, improving the quality of work, or developing harmony among staff.
Management can often get carried away by short term plans as they can look lucrative and therefore fail to make any effort to make the base stronger. Work quality management in the textile industry attempts to explain the importance of maintaining work quality which helps the industry to achieve stability and longer term results. Part 2 Process control in fbre production and yarn manufacture: Process and quality control in cultivating natural textile fbres; Process control in the manufacturing of synthetic textile fbres; Process control in blowroom and carding operations; Process control in drawing, combing and speed frame operations; Process control in ring and rotor spinning; Maintenance of yarn spinning machines.
Part 3 Process control in fabric manufacture, colouration and fnishing: Process control in knitting; Process control in weaving; Process control in nonwoven production; Process control in dyeing of textiles; Process control in printing of textiles; Process control in fnishing of textiles; Process control in apparel manufacturing. Part 2 Woven structures: Woven structures and their characteristics; Computer assisted design CAD systems for woven textile design; Modelling the structure of woven fabrics; 3D woven structures and methods of manufacture.
Part 3 Applications of woven textiles: Woven textiles for automotive interiors and other transport applications; Woven apparel fabrics; Woven fabrics for geotextiles; Hollow woven fabrics; Woven textiles for medical applications. Part 2 Modelling and simulation of textiles and garments: Key techniques for 3D garment design; Modelling and simulation of fbrous yarn materials; Digital technology and modelling for fabric structures; Modelling ballistic impact on textile materials; Modelling and simulation techniques for garments.
Part 3 Computer-based technology for apparel: Human interaction with computers and its use in the textile apparel industry; 3D body scanning: Generation Y body perception and virtual visualization; Computer technology from a textile designers perspective; Digital printing technology for textiles and apparel; Approaches to teaching computer-aided design CAD to fashion and textiles students; Three-dimensional 3D technologies for apparel and textile design; Integrated digital processes for design and development of apparel.
Part 2 Advances in knitting: Intelligent yarn delivery systems in weft knitting; Advances in warp knitted fabric production; Weft knitted structures for industrial applications; Advances in circular knitting; Knitted fabric composites; Quality control in the knitting process and common knitting faults. Part 3 Case studies: Advanced knitted products: Womens apparel: Knitted underwear; Knitted structures for sound absorption; Weft knitted structures for moisture management.
Part 2 Soft computing in yarn manufacturing: Artifcial neural network in yarn property modeling; Performance evaluation and enhancement of artifcial neural network in prediction modeling; Yarn engineering using artifcial neural network; Adaptive neuro-fuzzy systems in yarn modeling. Part 3 Soft computing in fabric manufacturing: Woven fabric engineering by mathematical modeling and soft computing methods; Soft computing applications in knitting technology; Modelling nonwovens using artifcial neural networks.
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Part 4 Soft computing for textile properties and applications: Garment modelling by fuzzy logic; Soft computing applications for sewing machines; Artifcial neural network modeling for prediction of thermal transmission properties of woven fabrics. Part 5 Soft computing in textile quality evaluation: Fuzzy decision making and its applications in cotton fbre grading; Silk cocoon grading by fuzzy expert systems; Artifcial neural network applications in textile composites; Modelling the fabric tearing process; Textile quality evaluation by image processing and soft computing techniques.
Part 2 Nonwoven applications: Flame retardant nonwovens; Nonwoven personal hygiene materials and products; Nonwovens for consumer and industrial wipes; Nonwovens in specialist and consumer apparel; Nonwoven textiles for residential and commercial interiors; The use of nonwovens as fltration materials; Nonwoven textiles in automotive interiors. It discusses fnishes designed to improve the comfort and other properties of fabrics, as well as fnishes which protect the fabric or the wearer.
Each chapter reviews the role of a fnish, the mechanisms and chemistry behind the fnish, types of fnish and their methods of application, application to particular textiles, testing and future trends. Part 2 Protecting fabrics and wearers: Antimicrobial fnishes; Insect repellent fnishes; Fire retardant fnishes; Water and oil-resistant fnishes; UV protection fnishes; Radiation protection fnishes; Biological and chemical protection fnishes; Environmental issues and regulations governing functional fnishes. Published in association with The Textile Institute pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback Q3 ISBN: 0 9 E-ISBN: 0 0 Chemical processing of textile materials R Veerapathran, Indian Institute of Fashion Technology, India Chemical processing of textile materials discusses in detail the complete processes in chemical processing and all preparatory processes, including dyeing, printing and fnishing of textile materials.
Attention is also paid to fabric care in garment dyeing. This book reviews ways of automating the dyeing process as well as ways of understanding key processes in dyeing, including dye transport in fuid systems. This understanding is then used to create models to simulate the dyeing process which can then be used to develop appropriate measurement and control systems. Control of variables such as temperature, pH, conductivity and dye concentration can then be used to ensure a more consistent and cost- effective dyeing process.
CONTENTS Introduction to dyeing and dyehouse automation; Principles underlying the dyeing process; Dye transport in fuid systems; Development of theoretical models; Solving dynamic equations in dye transport; Principles of control; Control of dyeing processes. The frst volume addresses how objects appear to viewers and how they perceive colour. It also reviews the major types of instrumentation used to measure colour.
CONTENTS Characteristics of light sources; Object appearance and colour; Colour and appearance attributes; Principles of colour perception; Unusual visual phenomena and colour blindness; Colour measurement instrumentation; Instrumental measures of colour; Issues in measuring whiteness and fuorescence; Instrumental techniques and indices for assessing whiteness.
Drawing on key research, Advances in the dyeing and fnishing of technical textiles details important advances in this feld and their range of applications. Part one reviews advances in dyes and colourants, including a variety of functional dyes, the effects they can be used to create and regulations related to their use. Part two goes on to investigate fnishing techniques, such as the use of enzymes, nanotechnology and speciality polymers.
CONTENTS Part 1 Advances in dyes and colourants: Chromic materials for technical textiles applications; Optical effect pigments for technical textiles applications; UV-absorbent, anti- microbial, water-repellent and other types of functional dye for technical textiles applications; Microencapsulated colourants for technical textile applications; Regulations relating to the use of textile dyes. Part 2 Advances in fnishing techniques: Mechanical fnishing techniques for technical textiles; Softening treatments for technical textiles; The use of enzymatic techniques in the fnishing of technical textiles; The use of surfactants in the fnishing of technical textiles; Inkjet printing of technical textiles; Functional fnishes to improve the comfort and protection of apparel; The use of nanotechnology in the fnishing of technical textiles; Speciality polymers for the fnishing of technical textiles; Application technologies for coating, lamination and fnishing of technical textiles.
Published in association with The Textile Institute pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback ISBN: 0 9 E-ISBN: 0 3 Textile fnishing R Chakrabarti, SSM College of Engineering, India Textile fnishing includes chapters on scouring and bleaching, mercerising, mechanical fnishing, resin fnishing, and fame proof and retardant fnishes, as well as anti-microbial fnishes, soil release fnishes, antistatic fnishes, and fnishing machines.
This book will be useful for undergraduate and postgraduate textile students and also for spinning industrialists looking to increase their knowledge on process and quality aspects in spinning. A Woodhead Publishing India title pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback Q4 ISBN: 0 4 E-ISBN: 0 4 Guide to wet textile processing machines J N Shah, M S University of Baroda, India This book includes technical, as well as working, principles of various machines used in textile wet processing and provides guidance to industrial persons looking to update their knowledge of machines.
This book accommodates recommendations and recent developments in the area of wet processing machines and also provides information on manufacturers of wet processing machines in India and abroad. CONTENTS Fundamentals of textile wet processing machines; Yarn preparatory machines; Machines for preparation of fabric - woven; Machines for preparation of fabric- nonwovens; Machines for garment processing; Technical aspect and selection criteria for machine used at various stages; Working principle of all machines included; Comparative aspect with reference to advantages and limitation; Resent developments in era of wet processing machines; Manufacturers in India and abroad; Guidelines for processors for selection of machine.
Joining textiles: Principles and applications is an authoritative guide to the key theories and methods used to effciently join fabrics. Part one provides a clear overview of sewing technology.
The mechanics of stitching, sewing and problems related to sewn textiles are discussed alongside mechanisms of sewing machines, and intelligent sewing systems. Part two goes on to explore adhesive bonding of textiles, including principles, methods and applications. Welding technologies are then the focus of part three, before part four reviews varied applications of joining textiles. Part 1 Sewing technology: The mechanics of stitching; The sewing of textiles; Mechanisms of sewing machines; Problems relating to sewing; The quality and performance of sewn seams; Intelligent sewing systems for garment automation and robotics.
Part 2 Adhesive bonding of textiles: Adhesive bonding of textiles: Principles, types of adhesive and methods of use; Adhesives bonding of textiles: Applications; Bonding requirements in coating and laminating of textiles. Part 3 Welding technologies: The use of heat sealing, hot air and hot wedge to join textile materials; Ultrasonic and dielectric welding of textiles; Laser seaming of fabrics; Properties and performance of welded or bonded seams.
Part 4 Applications of joining textiles: The appearance of seams in non-iron shirts; Seams in car seat coverings: Properties and performance; Joining of wearable electronic components; Joining of technical textiles with stringent seam demands; Nonwoven materials and joining techniques; Epilogue: Joining textiles. An invaluable resource for anyone serious about colour. Variability in normal and defective colour vision: Consequences for occupational environments; Colour illusions and the human visual system; Colour psychology: the emotional effects of colour perception; Understanding colour perception and preference; Predicting responses to colour.
Part 2 Measuring and describing colour: International standards for colour; Colour description and communication; Colour naming for colour communication; Colour specifcation and visual approval methods for textiles; Colour management and approval methods in lithographic printing. Part 3 Colour, design and coloration: The history of colour theory in art, design and science; Enhancing design using colour; Understanding and forecasting colour trends in design; Colour symmetry: The systematic colouration of patterns and tilings; The history of dyes and pigments: From natural dyes to high performance pigments; Dye types and application methods; Colour printing techniques.
Part 4 Colour and design in particular applications: Colour trends and selection in fashion design; Colour in interior design; Colour in food; Choosing effective colours for websites; Evolution and colour change in works of art. Colour measurement discusses colour measurement theories, the latest technological and scientifc developments in measuring colour and the applications of colour measurement. CONTENTS Part 1 Theories, principles and methods of measuring colour: Colour vision: Theories and principles; Scales for communicating colour; Expressing colours numerically; Visual and instrumental evaluation of whiteness and yellowness; Use of artifcial neural networks ANNs in colour measurement; Camera based colour measurement; Colour shade sorting; Determining and improving the accuracy of colour measurement; Colour measurement and fastness assessment.
Part 2 Colour measurement and its applications: Colour measurement methods for textiles; Grading of cotton by colour measurement; Colour measurement of paint flms and coatings; Colour measurement of food; Colourimetric evaluation of tooth colour; Hair colour measurement. This two volume collection provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of textile dyeing. Volume 1 discusses general principles, pre-treatment, chemistry, dye fastness, modelling and machinery. The second part of the book focuses on different types of dyes and processes. Topics range from natural and acidic dyes to environmentally friendly dyes.
The book is aimed at a variety of different readers including designers, colour technologists, product developers and those in academia. CONTENTS Part 1 General aspects of dyeing: Fundamental principles of dyeing; Structure and properties of textile materials; Pre-treatment and preparation of textile materials prior to dyeing; Chemistry of dyeing; Thermodynamics and kinetics of dyeing and dyebath monitoring systems; An overview of dye fastness testing; Molecular modeling and predicting dye properties; Methods and machinery for the dyeing process. Part 2 Dye types and processes: The chemistry of reactive dyes and their application processes; Disperse dyes; Natural dyes; Direct dyes; Metal complex dyes; Sulphur dyes; Acid dyes; Environmentally-friendly dyes and dyeing processes; Fluorescent dyes; Near-infrared dyes; Azoic dyeing.
The frst part of the book discusses dyes used for textiles such as wool and synthetic fbres. Part two explores the use of dyes for non-textile applications, including dyes for the food, cosmetics and medical industries. The book is appropriate for a variety of different readers including designers, colour technologists, product developers and those in academia.
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Part 2 Industrial applications: Colourants and dyes for the cosmetics industry: Dyes for the medical industry; Automotive dyes and pigments; Food colourants. Part 2 Modifcation of particular fbres through the use of biotechnology: Enzymatic hydrolysis and modifcation of core polymer fbres for textile and other applications; Enzymatic modifcation of polyacrylonitrile and cellulose acetate fbres for textile and other applications; Enzymatic treatment versus conventional chemical processing of cotton; Engineering of plants for improved fbre qualities; Enzymatic treatment of wool and silk fbres; Functionalisation of wool and silk fbres using non- proteolytic enzymes; Developments in recombinant silk and other elastic protein fbres for textile and other applications; Enzymatic functionalization of cellulosic fbres for textile and other applications: Xyloglucan as a molecular anchor; Developments in the processing of chitin, chitosan and bacterial cellulose; Hydrolysis of regenerated cellulose fbres for textile and other applications.
Part 2 Smart and intelligent coatings and laminates for textiles: Microencapsulation technology for coating and lamination of textiles; Conductive coatings for textiles; Intelligent breathable coatings and laminates for textile applications; Shape memory polymers in coatings and laminates for textiles; Phase change materials and their application in coatings and laminates for textiles; Nanotechnology-based advanced coatings and functional fnishes for textiles; Smart fame retardant textile coatings and laminates.
International Dyer CONTENTS Part 1 Plasma science and technology: The physics and chemistry of plasmas for processing textiles and other materials; The diagnosis of plasmas used in the processing of textiles and other materials; Low pressure cold plasma processing technology; Atmospheric cold plasma processing technology; Corona and atmospheric pressure plasma treatment of textiles; Nanoscale treatment of textiles using plasma technology. Part 2 Textile applications: Plasma treatment of textiles for water and oil repellency; Engineering and biomedical textiles using plasma technology; Plasma modifcation of wool; Plasma modifcation of natural cellulose fbres; Plasma treatment of particular fbres and textiles; Characterisation of plasma treated textiles.
International Dyer CONTENTS Introduction to chemical fnishing; Chemical fnishing processes; Softening fnishes; Hand building fnishes; Easy- care and durable press fnishes of cellulosics; Repellent fnishes; Soil release fnishes; Flame retardant fnishes; Nonslip fnishes; Antistatic fnishes; Antipilling fnishes; Elastomeric fnishes; Finishes to improve colour fastness; Ultraviolet protection fnishes; Antimicrobial fnishes; Insect resist and mite protection fnishes; Finishing with enzymes: Bio-fnishes for cellulose; Novel fnishes; Actual and future trends in chemical fnishing.
Radio frequency identifcation RFID technologies offer a unique opportunity to achieve these goals. Summarising key recent research, this book looks at the application of RFID technologies in such areas as order allocation, garment manufacturing, product tracking, distribution and retail. Published in association with The Textile Institute pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback Q1 ISBN: 0 4 E-ISBN: 0 5 Humidifcation and ventilation management in textile industry B Purushothama, Textile Consultant, India CONTENTS Need for maintaining humidity; A glance at the developments; Different types of humidifcation; Air handling units in textile industry; Humidifcation requirements in man- made fbre plants; Humidifcation requirements in nonwoven plants; Concept of total air control; Localised humidifcation control; Maintenance of humidity; Auxiliary units to make humidifcation units effective; Air-conditioning units; Air pollution control in textile industry; Dehumidifcation; Designing heating, ventilating and airconditioning HVAC ; Defnitions of terms used in humidifcation engineering.
This increasingly important and relatively neglected group of consumers has complex needs. This important book summarises the wealth of recent research on attitudes to clothing amongst the active ageing population, how their aspirations can be investigated and appropriate apparel designed to meet their needs. Design and manufacturing issues include ways of accommodating physiological changes with age and the use of wearable electronics to enhance health and well-being.
CONTENTS Part 1 Understanding the active ageing population: The changing image of the active ageing population; The effect of technological change; Clothing and identity in the active ageing population; Gender, age and image in apparel choice; Attitudes to apparel amongst the baby boomer generation. Part 2 Understanding and researching apparel needs: Quantitative methods; Anatomical and physiological changes; Clothing and thermoregulation; 3D scanning techniques; The role of colour in textiles; Barriers to the adoption of wearable electronics.
Part 3 Design techniques: Identifying design requirements; Co-design techniques; Inclusive design techniques. Part 4 From design to apparel: Textile fbres; Fabric selection; Designing base layers; Smart technology; Communicating new products. An essential guide for textile development professionals and academics worldwide because of the breadth of information it contains. Part 2 New product development of textiles: New product development in knitted textiles; Fabrics and new product development; New product development in automotive upholstery; Nanotechnology innovation for future development in the textile industry; New product development in interior textiles; New product development for e-textiles: Experiences from the forefront of a new industry; Customer co-creation: Moving beyond market research to reduce the risk in new product development; The development and marketing of SilverClear.
Published in association with The Textile Institute pages x mm 6 x 9 hardback ISBN: 1 5 E-ISBN: 0 0 Fundamentals of designing for textiles and other end uses J W Parchure, Textile Consultant, India CONTENTS Introduction; Collection of references as raw material; Materials you need; Differences between textile and other designs; Percentage of cover area in design; Elements of textile design; Methods of reproduction of designs and concept of repeat; Preparation of motifs for designs; Designs for borders; Basic compositions for allover designs; One more method of transferring the motif on repeat; Allover designs; More diagrams for allover designs; The colour wheel; Colour wheel in action; Backgrounds; Halfdrops; Step down repeats; Discharge prints.
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