Technical Textile Yarns

This book will also be an important information source for academics and students.

Author: R Alagirusamy

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781845699475

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Technical yarns are produced for the manufacture of technical textiles. As the range of technical textiles is rapidly increasing, an understanding of the range of yarns available and their properties is important, in order to be able to meet the requirements of the intended end-use. Part one of the book begins by reviewing the advances in yarn production. Topics examine the advances in textile yarn spinning, modification of textile yarn structures, yarn hairiness and its reduction and coatings for technical textile yarns. The second group of chapters describes the range of technical yarns, such as electro-conductive textile yarns, novel yarns and plasma treated yarns for biomedical applications. Technical sewing threads and biodegradable textile yarns are also discussed. Technical textile yarns provides essential reading for yarn and fabric manufacturers, textile scientists, technicians, engineers and technologists, covering a wide range of areas within textile applications. This book will also be an important information source for academics and students. Provides a comprehensive overview of the variety of technical textile yarns available along with individual characteristics and production methods Documents advances in textile yarn spinning and texturising featuring compact, rotor and friction spinning Assesses different types of technical yarns including plasma-treated yarns for biomedical applications and hybrid yarns for thermoplastic composites
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Handbook of Technical Textiles

The second edition of Handbook of Technical Textiles, Volume 1: Technical Textile Processes provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the latest advancements in technical textiles.

Author: A. Richard Horrocks

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9781782424819

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 394

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The second edition of Handbook of Technical Textiles, Volume 1: Technical Textile Processes provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the latest advancements in technical textiles. With revised and updated coverage, including several new chapters, this volume reviews recent developments and technologies in the field, beginning with an overview of the technical textiles industry that includes coverage of technical fibers and yarns, weaving, spinning, knitting, and nonwoven production. Subsequent sections include discussions on finishing, coating, and the coloration of technical textiles. Provides a comprehensive handbook for all aspects of technical textiles Presents updated, detailed coverage of processes, fabric structure, and applications An ideal resource for those interested in high-performance textiles, textile processes, textile processing, and textile applications Contains contributions from many of the original, recognized experts from the first edition who update their respective chapters
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Handbook of Technical Textiles

The first edition of Handbook of Technical Textiles has been an essential purchase for professionals and researchers in this area since its publication in 2000.

Author: A. Richard Horrocks

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9781782424888

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 452

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The first edition of Handbook of Technical Textiles has been an essential purchase for professionals and researchers in this area since its publication in 2000. With revised and updated coverage, including several new chapters, this revised two volume second edition reviews recent developments and new technologies across the field of technical textiles. Volume 2 – Technical Textile Applications offers an indispensable guide to established and developing areas in the use of technical textiles. The areas covered include textiles for personal protection and welfare, such as those designed for ballistic protection, personal thermal and fire protection, and medical applications; textiles for industrial, transport and engineering applications, including composite reinforcement and filtration; and the growing area of smart textiles. Comprehensive handbook for all aspects of technical textiles Provides updated, detailed coverage of processes, fabric structure, and applications Ideal resource for those interested in high-performance textiles, textile processes, textile processing, and textile applications Many of the original, recognized experts from the first edition update their respective chapters
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Report of the Expert Committee on Technical Textiles

These are estimated to have an average global growth rate of 4 . 5 percent per
annum ( Source : David Rigby associates ) . Spun Yarns 3 . 12 Technical textiles
consume about 3 . 4 million tonnes of spun yarns , mainly for woven applications
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Author: Expert Committee on Technical Textiles

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ISBN: UOM:39015067829955

Category: Industrial fabrics industry

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The Indian Textile Journal

www.indiantextilejournal.com for the industry to explore the repository of
technical textiles in India . ... Jaysynth's range of inks Glanzstoff , processor of
filament yarns G Faysynth is an conglomerate of Textile Colorants , well
recognised in the ...

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ISBN: UCLA:L0109146571

Category: Textile fabrics

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Textiles and Fashion

Part three discusses the range of range of finishing techniques for fabrics. The final part of the book looks specifically at the transformation of fabric into apparel, from design and manufacture to marketing.

Author: Rose Sinclair

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780857095619

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 894

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This major textbook is designed for students studying textiles and fashion at higher and undergraduate level, as well as those needing a comprehensive and authoritative overview of textile materials and processes. The first part of the book reviews the main types of natural and synthetic fibres and their properties. Part two provides a systematic review of the key processes involved first in converting fibres into yarns and then transforming yarns into fabrics. Part three discusses the range of range of finishing techniques for fabrics. The final part of the book looks specifically at the transformation of fabric into apparel, from design and manufacture to marketing. With contributions from leading experts in their fields, this major book provides the definitive one-volume guide to textile manufacture. Provides comprehensive coverage of the types and properties of textile fibres to yarn and fabric manufacture, fabric finishing, apparel production and fashion Focused on the needs of college and undergraduate students studying textiles or fashion courses Each chapter ends with a summary to emphasise key points, a comprehensive self-review section, and project ideas are also provided
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Advances in Filament Yarn Spinning of Textiles and Polymers

This book explores how a wide array of spinning techniques can be applied in the textile industry. Part one considers the fundamental structure and properties of fibers that determine their behavior during spinning.

Author: Dong Zhang

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780857099174

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 230

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Advances in Filament Yarn Spinning of Textiles and Polymers reviews the different types of spinning techniques for synthetic polymer-based fibers, and issues such as their effect on fiber properties, including melt, dry, wet, and gel spinning. Synthetic polymer-based fibers are used in a great variety of consumer and industrial textile applications ranging from clothing to home furnishings to surgical procedures. This book explores how a wide array of spinning techniques can be applied in the textile industry. Part one considers the fundamental structure and properties of fibers that determine their behavior during spinning. The book then discusses developments in technologies for manufacturing synthetic polymer films to produce different fibers with specialized properties. Part two focuses on spinning techniques, including the benefits and limitations of melt spinning and the use of gel spinning to produce high-strength and high-elastic fibers. These chapters focus specifically on developments in bi-component, bi-constituent, and electro-spinning, in particular the fabrication of nanocomposite fibers. The final chapters review integrated composite spinning of yarns and the principles of wet and dry spinning. This collection is an important reference for a wide range of industrial textile technologists, including spinners, fabric and garment manufacturers, and students of textile technology. It is also of great interest for polymer scientists. Reviews the different spinning techniques and issues such as their effect on fiber properties, including melt, dry, wet, and gel spinning Considers the fundamental structure and properties of fibers that determine their behavior during spinning Reviews integrated composite spinning of yarns and the principles of wet and dry spinning
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Engineering Textiles

Written by a highly distinguished author, this book is a pioneering guide to textile product design and development for a broad spectrum of readers, ranging from engineers in all fields, including textiles, material, mechanical, electrical, ...

Author: Y El Mogahzy

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781845695415

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 560

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The need for manufacturers to make new products, diversify existing products and remain globally competitive is increasing. Engineering textiles: integrating the design and manufacture of textile products covers many aspects of product development and design conceptualization for both technical and traditional textiles. It also discusses several approaches to the fiber-to-fabric engineering of various textile products. Part one discusses fiber-to-fabric engineering in the context of product development and design of fiber-based products. Part two discusses the different types of fibers, yarns and fabrics suitable for the production of traditional and function-focused textiles. Chapters include key topics such as structure, characteristics and the design of textiles. Part three concludes with a discussion of the development of specific fibre applications, ranging from traditional textile products through to technical textiles such as transport and medical applications. Written by a highly distinguished author, this book is a pioneering guide to textile product design and development for a broad spectrum of readers, ranging from engineers in all fields, including textiles, material, mechanical, electrical, civil, chemical, polymer and fiber engineers. It is also suitable for textile technologists, fiber scientists and for those involved in research and development of both traditional and new-generation textile products. Reviews aspects of product development and design conceptualisation for both technical and traditional textiles Analyses material selection including structure and characteristics of various fibres Examines the development of fibrous products for transportation, medical and protection applications
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Advances in 3D Textiles

Advances in 3D Textiles presents the most recent advances in the production of three-dimensional fibrous structures and how their use has resulted in the creation of novel fabrics and applications.

Author: Xiaogang Chen

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781782422198

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 404

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Advances in 3D Textiles presents the most recent advances in the production of three-dimensional fibrous structures and how their use has resulted in the creation of novel fabrics and applications. The text covers a wide range of fabric types, including their structures, properties, and uses in the textiles industry. Beginning with the various types of woven three-dimensional fabrics, the text then examines 3-D knitted, braided, and non-woven textiles, and the main applications and uses of three-dimensional textiles. Presents the most recent advances in the production of three-dimensional fibrous structures and how their use has resulted in the creation of novel fabrics and applications Examines many types of 3-D textiles, including knitted, braided, and non-woven textiles, and the main uses of three-dimensional textiles Covers their structures, properties, and uses within the textiles industry
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Electronic Textiles

These novel materials are beginning to find applications in commercial products, in fields such as communication, healthcare, protection and wearable technology.

Author: Tilak Dias

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780081002230

Category: Computers

Page: 156

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The integration of electronics into textiles and clothing has opened up an array of functions beyond those of conventional textiles. These novel materials are beginning to find applications in commercial products, in fields such as communication, healthcare, protection and wearable technology. Electronic Textiles: Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology opens with an initiation to the area from the editor, Tilak Dias. Part One introduces conductive fibres, carbon nano-tubes and polymer yarns. Part Two discusses techniques for integrating textiles and electronics, including the design of textile-based sensors and actuators, and energy harvesting methods. Finally, Part Three covers a range of electronic textile applications, from wearable electronics to technical textiles featuring expert chapters on embroidered antennas for communication systems and wearable sensors for athletes. Comprehensive overview of conductive fibres, yarns and fabrics for electronic textiles Expert analysis of textile-based sensors design, integration of micro-electronics with yarns and photovoltaic energy harvesting for intelligent textiles Detailed coverage of applications in electronic textiles, including werable sensors for athletes, embroidered antennas for communication and electronic textiles for military personnel
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Fancy Yarns

The first book to be devoted exclusively to fancy yarns and fancy doubled yarns Describes all the major yarn types, their manufacture and potential for use in garments and furnishing fabrics Includes over 100 drawings, diagrams and ...

Author: R H Gong

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781855737525

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 168

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Fancy yarns are those produced with some deliberate discontinuity introduced either into the colour or form of the article with the intention of producing an enhanced aesthetic impression. Most fancy yarns are produced by specialist spinners using machines modified or specially developed for the purpose; others are produced from 'fancy slivers' used as minor components of yarns made by spinners with normal equipment; still others are made exclusively by filament yarns, using adaptations of the airjet texturising process. The text is well illustrated with diagrams, drawings and photographs of yarn structures and the equipment used to create them. It contains close-ups of the yarns themselves together with an analysis to show how appearance and texture can be varied by changing the feedstock or machine settings. Textile historians and conservationists will find the book especially useful in helping to identify yarn types in historical fabrics and in developing an understanding of the variety of yarns available in antiquity and typical uses for them. Fancy yarns is an essential reference to a wide range of industrial textile technologists including spinners, knitters and weavers, fabric and garment manufacturers, students of textile technology and design and curators and conservationists of historical textile collections. The first book to be devoted exclusively to fancy yarns and fancy doubled yarns Describes all the major yarn types, their manufacture and potential for use in garments and furnishing fabrics Includes over 100 drawings, diagrams and photographs
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Textile

This last application sector for technical textiles addressed by Mayer & Cie . could
be of major signifycance for the future , as ... These innovations have created
ideal conditions for processing " exotic " yarns through to spun steel fibres to
create ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924094743360

Category: Textile industry

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Textile Technology Digest

Technical Textiles International 11 , No . additional twist to the yarn after
wrapping and spinning to 1 : 19 + , 2 pages ( Jan . ... Technical textile yarn had
higher warpwise breaking strength and elongation markets are more application
specific ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924089578334

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Braiding Technology for Textiles

Written by one of the world’s leading experts in the field, 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.

Author: Yordan Kyosev

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780857099211

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 416

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Braided fabrics are made by interlacing yarns or strips of fabric. Braiding produces a wide range of structures for technical textile applications from medical sutures to cables for anchoring ships. Written by one of the world’s leading experts in the field, 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. Provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals of braiding design, processes and machinery Covers the patterning of braided products and the structural and colour design of both flat and tubular braids Reviews maypole braiding machines and mechanics
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Indian Textile Annual Directory

A software had been developed for grading cotton yarns of fine counts 60s , 80s
and 100s against ASTM standards using electronic special board . ... It is said
that 80 % of the kind of technical textiles that we will be using in the year 2020 do
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ISBN: CORNELL:31924089601409

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Textile Technology

The book covers all processing steps for the manufacturing of textiles, describing materials, processes and machines, finishing, making-up, and recycling.

Author: Thomas Gries

Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG

ISBN: 9781569905661

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 400

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Textile Technology is a unique and readable introduction into the field of textile engineering. It is based on an elementary level course focusing on the manufacture (processes and machines) of yarn, fabric, knitwear, nonwovens, braids, reinforcing fabrics, and technical textiles, but also provides technicians and engineers in the textile industry with an up-to-date review of processes and equipment for textile manufacturing. The book covers all processing steps for the manufacturing of textiles, describing materials, processes and machines, finishing, making-up, and recycling. To provide a better understanding of the individual textile processes, each chapter ends with an example describing the respective processing steps for a specific textile product. In addition, current and future development trends are discussed. The second edition is brought up to date with extensive coverage of new developments, such as in the fields of testing, measurement, and simulation. Contents • Raw materials • Yarn production • Fabric production • Knitwear production • Nonwovens production • Braiding processes and machines • Noncrimp fabrics • Textile finishing • Clothing manufacture • Technical textiles • Textile testing • Disposal and recycling • Simulation
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Wellington Sears Handbook of Industrial Textiles

Picker laps , slivers , rovings , and yarns will all be numbered in the same units ,
thus facilitating the calculation of drafts at all stages of ... The time spent in
technical textile schools teaching Yarn Nomenclature , Properties , and
Technology 427.

Author: Ernest R. Kaswell

Publisher: New York : Wellington Sears Company

ISBN: UOM:39015031692216

Category: Industrial fabrics

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Applied Basic Textiles

Raw Material, Construction, Color, and Finish, Fabric Analysis, Chemical and
Physical Testing of Textiles, Spot and Stain ... Adoption of a single universal
system for numbering yarns made from any fiber has the following advantages : 1
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Author: George Edward Linton

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105035282636

Category: Textile fabrics

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