Tagged: Fibre – Yarn

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Physical-Chemical Structure of Cotton

  Physical Structure of Cotton Fibre:-             Cotton is mainly composed of cellulose substance also found in other textile fibres. The body of the fibre may be broadly divided into...

Raw cotton fiber, wool, flax, silk, polyester fibers 0

COTTON – OLDEST FIBRE

  Cotton is the oldest textile fibre used for textile purpose.Cotton is a fibre, oil and protein yielding crop of global significance. It is cultivated in tropical and sub-tropical regions of more than 80...

Pure cotton fabric, staple fibre 1

FIBRE IDENTIFICATION-SOLVENT TEST

FIBRE IDENTIFICATION-SOLVENT TEST – The knowledge of identifying the textile fibres helps a producer of garments to identify the type of fibre and the care to be taken in maintaining the fabrics made of particular...

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FIBRE – DESIRABLE PROPERTIES

i)Elasticity : Elasticity is property by which the fibre tends to recover its original length upon the removal of stress,causing deformation. ii)Moisture Absorption : Moisture absorption means the absorption of water vapour from the...

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Microscopic View – Fibre Identification

 Microscopic View – Fibre Identification Flax:                                                 Longitudinal View       :  Long,Transparent,cylindrical,sometimes striated appearance.It    has harrow lumen running through centre. Cross sectional view   :  The cell wall appears thick and polygonal in shape....

Classificatio of Textile Fibre 1

General Properties of Fibre

Introduction: Textile fibres are materials of natural or artificial origin which can be converted into yarn and fabric for clothing. Fibre is defined as a fine strand of tissue of plants or animal or...

Raw material for producing yarn 1

Industrial spinning process

Industrial spinning process: Fiber (also spelled fibre) – a group of materials that are unbroken lengthy filaments or in separate drawn out pieces, similar to the extent of yarn. Industrial spinning process: Human being, are using...